Designed for long-distance rides traversing mountain ranges and crossing expansive plains, the Evoc Explorer Pro 26L Technical Performance Hydration Pack is purpose built for bike touring and epic trail rides. The 26-liter Explorer Pro is the smaller sibling to the larger 30-liter version, providing plentiful storage for long-distance hauls, all while maintaining a relatively streamlined profile that's comfortable to haul for days at a time. The secret to riding long distances is harmonious organization of all your gear, plus a well-ventilated support system to prevent excessive sweat and pressure points. Lucky for you, the Explorer Pro 26L boasts both of these features, carrying everything you need for long days in the saddle and facilitating ventilated support with its Air Flow Contact System, AiroFlex elastic hip belt, and Air Mesh shoulder straps. Delving inside the pack, there's a roomy main compartment for stuffing extra jackets, clothing layers, and compact sleeping bags, plus a front pocket for organizing all your repair tools, spare tubes, and riding snacks. A separate wash pouch comes in handy for carrying personal hygiene items, meaning your friends won't keep you at distance, due to your funky fragrance. Additionally, there's a separate roll-bottom for expanding the pack's overall volume and separating wet items, as well as a rain cover to protect all your items and an external carry for low-profile helmets.
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