Evoc FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack

Evoc FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack
Evoc FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack
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FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack by Evoc
The Evoc FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack offers a fully functional daypack with an integrated back protector allowing you to go anywhere and do anything. The FR is built with an array of storage features. It has a tool compartment, pockets for your phone and sunglasses, convenient front panel access, and it stores a three-litter hydration reservoir. The FR also has integrated rain cover and dual attachment system for your pads and helmet. Evoc includes a removable LiteShield back protector, which uses PU and EPS foam for excellent impact absorption. Not only does the back panel provide protection, but also it is extremely breathable to keep you dry and comfortable.

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SKU: EVC000T
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