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Item # EVC000K

Minimal for maximum speed.

For endurance races such as the TransAlp or even your local 24-hour, you'll have a crew to keep you hydrated and fed. To that end, all you need to carry are a few tools and enough drink to get you from feed zone to feed zone. The Evoc CC 3L Plus 2L Hydration Pack is light for speed, with enough volume to keep you hydrated.

This pack is essentially the smaller sibling of the CC 6L. In fact, it holds exactly half the amount of gear in a single side zip pocket located on the front of the pack. If you need to stash a light layer, adjustable elastic straps secure it to the outside of the pack for easy access.

The pack also comes with a 2-liter bladder. If you tend to drink more, or the feed zones are a bit farther apart, the CC 3L expands to hold the 3-liter Evoc bladder. Each bladder is designed with a full-slide top for fast and easy filling.

The Evoc CC 3L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack is available in one size and comes in the colors Black and Sky.

Tech Specs

[body] 210 D PU-coated ripstop nylon, [straps] AirMesh, [back padding] Atilon PE foam
153 cu in
Shoulder Straps:
Waist Belt:
yes, removable
front panel
1 side zippered
Laptop Sleeve:
Claimed Weight:
370 g
Recommended Use:

Size chart


Torso Length 15 - 16.9in
(38 - 43cm)
17.3 - 19.7in
(44 - 50cm)
20.1 - 22in
(51 - 56cm)
Height 5ft 1in - 5ft 7in
(155 - 170cm)
5ft 7in - 6ft 4in
(170 - 192cm)
6ft 4in - 6ft 7in
(192 - 200cm)
How to Measure Your Torso:
Measure your torso length by bending your head forward so your chin touches your chest. Feel for the most prominent bump at the back of your neck. Now measure from that point down to an imaginary line connecting the tops of your hips around your back. This works best with a partner's help.

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Good one day pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Was in the market for a lightweight breathable pack to use on one day excursions. I previously owned a camelback mule, but found it cumbersome and to big for short lift served days.

This pack rocks! It's light, breathable and you barely notice it's there!

Based on all the reviews I didn't even bother with the bladder, just swapped in my camelback 3liter and have loved it ever since! Also, small pocket is just big enough for a iPhone6 to fit plus a set of keys. The inner mesh pocket works well for stan's and a multi-tool.

Good and bad

    I like the overall shape and function of the pack - it's got a cool little clippy thing off the shoulder strap that makes it easy to secure the hose. There's a small internal zippered pocket that makes it nice to store a credit card, car key, etc. and the larger pocket is big enough for some gels, spare tube but not the biggest compartment. The negatives... The shoulder straps have abraded and ruined some of my more expensive tight jerseys due to the stitching at the bottom of the straps rubbing on my chest. The bladder doesn't taste the greatest (but I really don't notice it that much) and it also leaks, causing the lower part of the pack to remain damp due to condensation or something from the bladder (which is not bad on a hot day but is super annoying on chillier days or days when you don't want your back-side wet). I had problems with one of my Camelbacks leaking (worse than this pack) and this is the main reason why I bought the EVOC. Maybe hydration packs tend to leak???

    I would get rid of the bladder and use another bladder brand. I hate the taste of this bladder, and can't really identify with wearing on jerseys because I usually wear poly mix Ts on the trail but sounds like besides the taste, your bladder is defective.

    Tiny, but I like it.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Minimalist, which is what I wanted. Super comfortable. I forget that it's there. Being a woman with a curvy figure, packs don't always work/look right, this one does. I could see how it would fit a wide range of body types though. Built well. I can fit a small, light wind jacket in the main pocket where the hydration reservoir lives (we're not calling them bladders anymore, I guess). There is a side pocket which fits my cell phone and some small snacks. Not much else to this. I've carried my small sized helmet in the outer elastic up a fire road climb without a problem, also a jacket without issue as well. It's not ideal for shock pump carrying or whatever because the large compartment is for the blad.., er, reservoir itself and I wouldn't want to puncture it. A multitool would fit just fine in the side pocket. Have ridden for hours wearing it quite comfortably. Will likely buy another evoc when/if it's time to add a bigger pack.

    Only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is because the reservoir made water taste like bitter poison. Bought a dakine replacement recently though, and it had the same (though not quite as bad) taste so it's not just evoc.

    I bought one and the bladder has a terrible taste on this one. I can't get rid of it. I have tried anything from warm soapy water, salt water soaks, vinegar soaks etc.... Nothing gets rid of the taste so I think I might try the Cenote like laura says above. Other than that great design in this little package. Great for a short day trip. Any longer rides or skis ascents and I need a little more room for extras like rain jacket and a few more food stuffs.