Your new e-bike takes the sting out of climbs, but there's no arguing that it takes some serious battery power to do so, and the last thing you want is to push a little too far into the backcountry to find a drained battery, and a heavy steed to push up the trail to get home. That's where the Evoc FR Trail E-Ride Protector Hydration Pack comes in. It not only offers space for your tools and layers, but features designated pockets for charging cords, and a whopping padded compartment for storing a spare battery to get you back home. The pack is equipped with CE-certified Liteshield Back Protection technology on its back panel, which can be zipped off to wear alone or worn with the pack, adding a barrier that takes the brunt of impacts in event of a crash, so you can get up, dust off, and carry on down the trail. It features assorted internal pockets for organizing your tools and gear, and compresses snugly with four straps to keep the load secure when you ride. Should a looming rain cloud open up ahead you'll be glad to find that the pack is equipped with an integrated rain cover for shielding your contents from showers and keeping delicate electronics desert dry.
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