FR Enduro Blackline Protector Hydration Pack by Evoc
Evoc' ingenius packs solve the dilemma of comfort versus protection by pairing their LiteShield back protector with a hydration pack, ready to take on enduro races and all-day pedals alike. The Blackline uses 3D Air Mesh along its paneled backing, and even the elastic Airo Flex waistband is micro-permeated to bring in the breeze. For all your gear, there are stretchy side pockets, and a swing-open tool compartment, along with the large main storage area and multiple external straps to carry your helmet, pads, or other gear. No description of an Evoc Protector pack would be complete without highlighting the technology that gives it its namesake. All Protector packs are CE-certified with Evoc's LiteShield back protector, a system featuring a super-light pad with an EPS core and foam damping layers that reduce shock to the spine by up to 95% in the event of an accident. Completely replaceable in the event of being damaged, the ISP (Integrated Spine Protection) plate and its associated materials only add approximately 150 grams to each pack into which the system is integrated, making the decision just that much easier for riders who ride hard and push their limits.
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