Designed for remote backcountry trails and grueling enduro races, the Evoc FR Enduro Protector Hydration Pack provides essential back protection, plenty of room for all your riding gear, plus a comfortable carry system. It's based on Evoc's Trail Pack, but its sleeker design reduces bulk on long climbs, which are already a sufferfest without even wearing a pack. Three-liter reservoir capacity (reservoir not included) ensures you're hydrated on the longest rides where thousands of feet of climbing and descending are common. Because technical trails and enduro courses often have nasty consequences for missing your line, Evoc integrates a certified protector into the rear panel that disperses crushing blows otherwise transferred to your back and spine. This certified back protector remains lightweight and flexible, so you don't feel like some armored knight on the trails or suffer from a loss of essential motion. It's complemented with padded, ergonomic straps, plus a large hip belt and adjustable sternum strap for a steady fit across rugged trails.
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