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Item # EVC000T

A serious three-in-one pack.

Be ready for just about anything with the Evoc FR Trail Blackline Protector Hydration Pack. It's part high-quality trail pack, with a tough construction, useful tool, phone, and sunglasses pockets, and convenient front-panel access, and it also comfortably stores a three-liter hydration reservoir so you don't dry out on the trail. An integrated rain cover helps your gear stay dry, and dual attachment systems for helmets and pads make it easy to lug your gear when you're heading to the lifts or pedaling your own way up before you crush the descent.

While the FR's a fully functional daypack, it also boasts an integrated and removable LiteShield back protector. Made of a combination of PU and EPS foams, it absorbs 95% of shocks, cushioning your spine in case of a gnarly crash. It doubles as a supportive and breathable back panel when you're wearing the pack, and can be worn on its own if you want the protection without the back. Amazingly, the whole LiteShield pad system weighs just 145 grams, so it won't weigh or slow you down when you're hammering hard to hit the top of the next climb.

  • Removable LiteShield back protector
  • Stores 3-liter hydration reservoir
  • Pockets for tools, phone, and sunglasses
  • Attachment systems for helmets and pads
  • Integrated rain cover

Tech Specs

Material:
[body] 210D nylon ripstop, 600D polyester, PU coating
Volume:
1342 cu in
Support/Suspension:
LiteShield Air
Shoulder Straps:
EVA foam, mesh
Waist Belt:
yes, Airo Flex
Hydration Compatible:
yes, 3L
Access:
front panel
Pockets:
1 tool, 1 map, 1 sunglasses, 1 phone
Helmet Carry:
yes, full face or XC
Rain Cover:
yes, integrated
Dimensions:
27 x 56 x 14 cm
Recommended Use:
mountain biking

Size chart

Evoc

Packs
 SM/LXL
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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Perfect Pack for long rides

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I originallt bought the 30L version of this pack for the Telluride to Moab San Juan Hut trip. Upon delivery I decided that it was a bit too big and returned it for the Blackline 20l. The pack was great! Plenty of room for everything I needed on our 7day 6 night journey. The pack stayed secure on my back. The tool pocket proved to be perfect keeping all my tools organized and easily accessible. On day 6 we had to ride up John Brown canyon in the rain and the packable rain cover worked flawlessly. The pack is capable of carrying both a full face and xc helmet, though I rarely used this feature. Upon descending into the Pircupine Rim temps climbed to 100 and the well ventilated back panel and waist belt kept me as cool as one could expect in the desert heat. I would highly recommend this pack.

Feeling Protected and Equipped

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This pack was a great idea. I needed a little more space than a 10 liter Camelbak with back protection for Mammoth Mountain. The organization is great it feels comfortable.
I used it for a 29.9 mile/3,030 vertical foot xc race and The Kamikaze Enduro Race on Mammoth Mountain. I never thought it was too heavy or large for either events. However, I do have set the waist band tight to keep it from slidding up.

Hi Bryan! Can this backpack store helmets? XC/Fullface? Thanks in advance