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DAKINE Hot Laps 1.5L Hip Pack

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Description

Rip without being weighed down.

The Dakine Hot Laps 1.5L Pack is great for shorter singletrack loops—stashing your biking accessories, snacks, and a water bottle without weighing you down. This small pack holds an extra water bottle within its deployable side pocket. Meanwhile an internal fleece-lined pocket within the zippered main compartment keeps your smartphone or sunglasses from getting scratched, and an internal mesh pocket stores a spare tubes, levers, a small pump, energy gels, or any other small basics you may need.

  • Breathable air mesh back panel
  • Internal fleece-lined phone pocket
  • Internal mesh pocket
  • Deployable side water bottle pocket
  • Safety light attachment
  • Reflective logo

Tech Specs

Material:
200D nylon ripstop
Volume:
1.5L (92cu in)
Waist Belt:
yes
Hydration Compatible:
no
Pockets:
1 internal mesh, 1 internal fleece-lined phone
Dimensions:
8.5 x 6 x 2.5 in
Recommended Use:
cycling, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

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Avg. ride time: 4m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

great!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I put a tube wrapped around a small stans bottle in the bottle holder and modified the other side strap to have quick access to my multi tool. I was surprised by how much stuff I could fit in the pack without having a tube in the main compartment. It sits nice on my back and stays where I want it. I would deff buy this again.

Avg. ride time: 3h 3m per week
  • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

No more back sweat

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My go to for local rides. This little pack can hold more than you think. If I'm not bringing a camera, I'm bringing this. It holds all the essentials (water bottle, multi tool, tube, co2, small pump, nutrition, etc.) without the bulk and weight of a normal hydration pack. I was worried about the water bottle holder when I first got it, but its snug fit and safety strap make it impossible to lose. Definitely my go to.

must have for short rides

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

For those who don't love wearing a full pack for shorter to moderate length rides, but still need something to carry trail essentials.

Definitely check out the Hotlaps fanny pack. Its light weight enough to not feel cumbersome on the trail, but holds everything from your keys, to your water bottle.

Bringing back the Fanny Pack!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

In every way possible this is the greatest. Hand down, your friends might make fun of your at first but on those hot summer days when your pack is not overheating your back and you feel light and free this will change your life. Just commit and buy one.

decent pack for a quicky

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If I need more pieces of gear, don't want my phone in my pocket or extra water (+ what's on my cage) then I take this lil pack. Gloves, snacks, phone, tube, tools etc. it can pack it. feels pretty good on the rowdy downs if you synch it tight.

Good. But Not My Main-Fanny

    I gave this fannypack a shot, but was a little disappointed that it doesn't contain a hydration pack. I ended up using a different fanny with hydration compatibility as my main-fanny. While I don't always like sucking from a hose, I just think it's nice to have a fanny with that kind of flexibility.

    Perfect for shorter rides

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Just bought a Yeti which doesnt have an inside the triangle bottle cage, so... I picked up one of these packs for those shorter rides when i dont feel like carrying a whole hydration pack. The loop fits a regular sized bike bottle, and the pack is just big enough for my flat kit, multitool, spare tube, and a few snacks.

    Great For Short Rides!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This pack is a great alternative to backpacks for shorter rides when all you need with you is the necessities. It’s the perfect size to fit a tube, CO2 canister, tire irons, a tool, and a snack. The fleece lined pocket is keeps your phone safe, and the water bottle holder on the side fits a small water bottle perfectly if you don’t have a cage on your bike. This pack feels great, and is so small you barely notice you’re wearing it!

    Pack for Short ride

      Purchased this for shorter rides and it's perfect. Fits phone, wallet, tube and small tool. Also holds water bottle in place. As mentioned in another review-doesnt bounce around on the downs much but if it does put your jersey over it.

      Go to pack for sure

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought this originally as a short ride type option but have since used it for all of my rides short and long. Once you ride without backpack straps you will never want to go back, trust me!
      The downside to this pack is the biggest upside as well; the amount of storage space. A small fannypack will make you value storage space in a whole new way. I have narrowed down my riding essentials to the bare minimum; spare tire, co2 driver head with 2 canisters, multi tool, energy bar, and a packable rain jacket. There isn't much space to spare but that is what you want out on the trail. This is a killer piece of gear and I'd recommend it to anyone!
      Oh and everybody knows the chicks dig a good fannypack!

      Better than a Backpack

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      If your sick and tired of carrying a backpack everywhere for ever single ride, I highly suggest having a Hot Laps pack. Fits all the necessities for your ever day ride and feels when riding. Its a must have for anyone who doesn't have a solid bottle cage on their frames!

      Stores the Necessities

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      If you're sick of taking a full backpack on shorter rides, this should be your go-to. It holds all the essentials without weighing you down. It does only have one pocket so everything is stored together, but it's small and lightweight.

      Avg. ride time: 3h 47m per week
      • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

      Raddest Fanny Pack Out There

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I love to mountain bike, but what I don't love is back sweat because of a pack. Even well ventilated packs end up resulting in sweaty back syndrome. This is the answer to it - the sweat isn't gone, but most of your back is getting constant airflow. Unless I'm going for long rides or in the backcountry, this is my go to for all sorts of riding!

      Pros:
      -Maximum airflow to the back
      -Example photo of what can be packed is pretty spot on. I usually carry a spare tube, tire irons, a multitool, snacks, a chain link, a C02 inflator head/one or two C02 cartidges, and Goat stickers to hook up trail homies. I prefer to keep my phone in my pocket personally.
      -Pretty comfortable, waist straps feel solid around hips.
      -Unofficial beer holder (shouts out to Dale's Pale Ale!)

      Cons:
      -Waist straps occasionally become loose, despite that little elastic band to hold in place. I may sew on a bit of velcro just to keep it in place.
      -Not positive if this is a full on con, but I wouldn't use this if your bike doesn't have a water bottle holder. A normal size waterbottle feels awkward, a 16oz fits and feels more natural. Pair a small bottle on the pack with a normal sized waterbottle on a bike, should be solid.

      If you're sick of riding with a pack and are ripping local trails, this is for you. You're able to keep all the necessities and get out of a pinch if need be!

      Raddest Fanny Pack Out There

      Dakine Hot Laps Pack

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I purchased this fanny pack to slim down my large pack for much shorter rides. It fits just the essentials including water, an extra tube and a pump (just in case a lady needs help on the trail). (not saying I don't get flats)

      Just kidding, My wife wrote this review - liz kuz.
      p.s. buy this pack, it's slim awesome and flatters the rear end of your body.

      Avg. ride time: 0m per week
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      Great for everyday riding.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought this "fanny" pack because I am sick and tired of lugging a backpack full of water and gear on normal, everyday rides. If I am riding in the 6-10 mile range and am pretty close to a town and it's not blazing hot out then this is all the pack I want. I can fit my S5 phone, tube, CO2 with inflator, small tools, and keys inside with no problem. And one normal water bottle outside in the holder. I've also found that wearing the pack against my skin or bibs and then putting my jersey over the top with the bottle sticking out keeps the pack from bouncing around. The only improvement that could be made would be to include a key holder clip inside. Since it's only 1 pocket, when you open it to grab something everything wants to spill out and I would hate to lose my keys.