Why We Like The Lobo 9L Backpack
A combination of storage and easy hydration is perfect for a long day on the trail. The Lobo 9L Backpack includes more than enough storage, complete with a large zippered outer pocket and integrated carry pockets to keep all of your tools organized in the bag. Hands-free hydration is easier than ever with the 2L Crux Reservoir Quicklink system that combines with a Magnetic Tube Trap, keeping the tube secure and accessible.
- Magnetic Tube Trap is compatible with all reservoir tubes
- Removable waist strap adds stability and flexibility to backpack on long rides
- 3d Vent Mesh Harness is lightweight and breathable for day-long comfort
- Helmet carry allows for a secure and easy way to stow your helmet
- Item #CAMQ35E
- Responsible Collection
- [total capacity] 9L (540cu in), [gear capacity] 7L (427cu in), [hydration capacity] 2L
- Air Support
- Shoulder Straps
- Waist Belt
- removable .75in
- Hydration Compatible
- Reservoir Included
- Crux Quicklink 2L
- 1 main, 4 exterior
- Helmet Carry
- 18 x 8.5 x 7.5in
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 2oz
- downhill, enduro, trail, hiking
- Manufacturer Warranty
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April 24, 2022
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Where do I start. The chest strap slips all the way up constantly and the magnetic clip does not stay attached. The magnetic clip for the water tube does not stay attached either. The waist straps pinched nerves in my back had to ditch. The inside "storage" area where the reservoir is is to small for the full reservoir nevermind anything else. The tool pouch is decent but tight, and I'm not sure where the "cell phone pocket" is? The small wallet sized pouch, has the most horrible zipper which has broken after two rides. And overall it is just not very comfortabIe. I have friends with much older lobos that seem to be a better product. I would not recommend this pack unfortunately.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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