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5 5

This is pack is really nice. It has a 3L/100oz bladder. I really like the hose, mouthpiece, and magnet thingy to hold hose. It is a relatively small pack. In addition to the bladder pocket, there was a small top pocket which is big enough for phone and keys and couple energy bars. The main pocket is about an inch to two inches deep and holds a pump, 2 tubes, and most everything else in your toolkit. It has a stretchy pocket on the front to hold your jacket and little device to hold your helmet on it too. It also has a couple pockets on the waistbelt. I like smaller bags, so this one is just perfect. It is great for a 3 to 5 hour ride, but probably a little small for a full day pack.


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5 5

I have ridden about 50 miles over fairly rocky terrain and this bag has held up great. It doesn't look like there are any signs of serious wear. The bag attaches to your seat using neoprene and velcro straps - they are surprisingly sturdy. It has a little outer pocket for your multitool. I have a Crank Brothers tool that is as big as you can with that pocket. It seems like it is a quick access type thing, but with the main body packed, it is hard to get the multitool out. The inside fits a CO2 cracker, extra CO2 cartridge (in addition to the one in the cracker), thin 26" spare tube, and Pedro's large yellow tire levers. I jammed a patch kit inards and powerlink in there too. It is real tight, but zipped shut and is pretty much perfect as an emergency toolkit when I don't want to wear a pack.