Get amped for bike season.
You need a boost on those long trail rides, and whether it's from a snack, a quick drink, or a stashed windbreaker, the Dakine Amp 24L Hydration Pack is ready to help you out. It has a dedicated hydration reservoir sleeve with three-liter capacity so you can carry enough water to keep you going all day, and it has plenty of room for everything else you need on your ride.
A magnetic hydration hose clip makes it easy to take a sip while you're on the trail. The 200D ripstop fabric is tough to handle spills and slams from riding. A waist belt keeps the pack from throwing you off balance, and side compression straps allow you to get the bag as compact as possible for maximum efficiency. Breathable shoulder straps and an Air Mesh back panel help you stay cool while you ride, and the back panel is suspended for a comfier, more stable fit. It's finished off with a deployable helmet carry and more than enough pockets to keep all your essentials in order.
- 200D nylon ripstop fabric
- Hydration compatible (3L capacity)
- Air Mesh suspended back panel
- Breathable ergonomic shoulder straps
- Deployable helmet carry
- Magnetic hydration hose clip
- Side compression straps
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Reviews & Community
Packs like a champ
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Got this pack almost a year ago, I think when it came out. I was initially looking for a bigger hiking pack. I had a 18 liter as my day pack.
I tried out the Osprey Manta 20 (the 36 was too big for my taste) But found that it held just as much as my 18L day pack. I found this pack online and was Stoked. It looked like it was just what I was looking for Load lifters, Mesh back, organization and the magnetic hydration clip (which Rocks BTW) and a big added bonus is the helmet carry. Ive never used it for that but have used it to carry supper muddy shoes while I was on vacation in Korea. Its like having stretchy back pocket that can carry TONS and then hide when not in use(Oh and you can stash stuff in its Deployable helmet carry pocket)
So far this bag has way exceeded my expectations. When hiking my back is super cool the shoulders straps are phenomenal. I thought they would be to thin but haven't had one problem yet. People always ask what kind of bag it is
The size is dang near perfect for big day hikes with lots of water and food. Not to small and not to big. The small zipperd compartment has 2 zippered mesh pockets on the flap and an open mesh pocket on the bag portion. the sunglasses packet is big enough for goggles. How ever I did prefer the original location for the sunglasses pocket which was right behind the back or top of the pack. Just makes sense when the packs on the ground.
If Your looking for a pack that didnt get too much press but is BOMB Give this one a whirl.