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EvocCC 6L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack


Item # EVC000L

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Item # EVC000L

CC 6L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack

Similar to its FR Performance series, the Evoc CC 6L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack was sewn from panels of 210Denier Nylon Ripstop fabric that has been PU coated. This make the fabric durable enough to resist tears and also gives it a water-resistant finish. It features a main carry compartment for the bladder, as well as two additional front pockets for snacks, electronics, and other gear. Total gear carrying capacity is about 366 cubic inches.

The Evoc CC 6L comes with a 2liter hydration bladder. If you're planning on riding long, you have the ability to upgrade your liquid carrying capacity with Evoc's 3liter bladder. For the metric-challenged, a single liter is approximately 33 ounces.

In order to prevent the pack from swaying from side to side when you ride, the CC has been fashioned with a slightly shorter length and Atilon PE foam where the back and pack interface. The foam conforms to your back and provides a layer of comfort, and adjustable, breathable Air Mesh shoulder straps, a sternum strap, and waist belt hold the pack securely against your frame.

The Evoc CC 6L Plus 2L Bladder hydration pack comes in one size and in the colors Petrol, Team Ruby, and Black.

  • 210D nylon ripstop
  • PU coating
  • Air Mesh shoulder straps
  • Atilon PE foam back panel
  • Sternum strap and waist belt
  • Main bladder compartment
  • Two front pockets

Tech Specs
Material210 D PU-coated ripstop nylon, P600D, [straps] Air Mesh, [back padding] Atilon PE foam
Volume366 cu in
Shoulder Strapsadjustable Air Mesh
Waist Beltyes
Accessfront panel
Pockets1 main compartment, 2 small front
Dimensions7 x 18 x 3 in
Recommended Usecycling


Torso Length

10.6 - 15in

(27 - 38cm)

15 - 16.9in

(38 - 43cm)

17.3 - 19.7in

(44 - 50cm)

20.1 - 22in

(51 - 56cm)

Hip Belt Amount

up to 37in (94cm)

flex to 39.4in (100cm)

up to 39in (99cm)

flex to 41.3in (105cm)

up to 43in (109cm)

flex to 45.3in (115cm)

up to 44in (111cm)

flex to 46.1in (117cm)

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.

What do you think about this product?



Does this pack come with a bladder? I wasn't clear from the title/description.

>Rating: 4

Well made and thought out pack

I've put it through the wringer

Evoc 6L pack is a very good pack. Everything you want and nothing you don't. Looks great. Simple but effective design and very well made. The material sems to be a nylon tht looks pretty resistant to dirt. I wouldn't call it a minimal pack because it is quite roomy. Pocket for personal items like wallet, phone, keys (key fob clip). Smaller bottom pocket for gels, bars, or small multi-tool. Very large main compartment that holds bladder and plenty of room for tubes, tools, compact jacket, food, pump, etc. I would consider it an all day pack and it will fit a 3L bladder. Vented shoulder straps are nice. I think it is made for a larger person. I am 5'7 and it is quite long at 18" in length but still fits me fine. There are a few things I would change. I would like to see a dedicated hydration pocket to separate the bladder from the main compartment or a mesh tool organizer in main compartment. It is quite pricey pack but it is good.

>Rating: 5

Great Minimalist Pack

This thing is comfortable and fits everything you would need for a full day ride. Not big enough for multiple layers, but will fit a rain jacket. Well designed, light weight. Fits tube, tool, phone, snacks easily as well. I don't understand why people are buying gigantic heavy packs when this fits everything you need.

>Rating: 5

Perfect Size Pack

I've put it through the wringer

Fast becoming one of my favorite hydration packs, the CC 6L is the perfect size for the mountain biking I do. My average weekend MTB ride in Utah is around four or five hours. This pack hold enough water, tools and snacks. The bladder contains no strange plastic after taste and is easy to clean. I am 5' 5 and this pack fits perfect. There is plenty of room to adjust for someone taller or shorter. However there is not a ton of venting on the back for hot weather, but other than that I use this pack for everything from riding to hiking. Plus I love the color!