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EvocFR Trail Unlimited Protector Hydration Pack


Item # EVC003L

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Item # EVC003L

FR Trail Unlimited Protector Hydration Pack

Redefining what a mountain biking pack is capable of, the Evoc FR Trail Unlimited Protector Hydration Pack starts with a blend of highly abrasion-resistant ripstop ballistic nylons that are PU-coated for water- and debris-resistance, and a highly breathable Air Mesh back panel keeps you cool even on hot days. There's an easily accessible, wide tool compartment for your essentials, and a deployable rain cover to whip out if the rains get particularly heavy. On the rear panel is a helmet carrier strap, and at the bottom of the pack are straps to carry additional protective gear. The pack can accommodate up to 20 liters of cargo volume, not including the hip pouch on the waist strap, along with a hydration bladder up to three liters in volume (not included), so it has room for supplies and tools to ride all day, every day.

But that's only half the story. No description of an Evoc FR Protector pack would be complete without highlighting the technology that gives it its namesake. All Protector packs are CE-certified with Evoc's Liteshield Back Protector, a system featuring a super-light plate of temperature-insensitive materials, like an EPS core and foam damping layers, that reduce shock to the spine by up to 95% in the event of an accident. In the case of the Trail-series Protector packs, the cargo/hydration compartment can actually be separated from the Liteshield, enabling you to wear on the back protection when necessary, like on race day. Completely replaceable in the event of being damaged, the ISP (Integrated Spine Protection) plate and its associated materials only add approximately 150 grams to each pack into which the system is integrated, making the decision just that much easier for riders who ride hard and push their limits.

  • Technical hydration pack with back protection for the bike
  • Durable fabrics hold up through intense rides and weather
  • Liteshield Back Protector can be detached and worn separately
  • Integrated rain cover protects gear from unexpected rain
  • Helmet carry on back panel frees up internal space
  • Air Mesh back panel ensures breathable, stable comfort
  • Wide tool compartment easily accommodates your bike tools
  • Multiple pockets throughout organize all of your smaller items

Tech Specs
Material210D nylon ripstop, PU-coated, PU-coated 600D polyester, Air Mesh, neoprene
Volume20L (1220cu in)
Support/SuspensionAir Mesh, [back protector] Liteshield Back Protection Technology
Shoulder Strapsadjustable
Waist Beltyes
Hydration Compatibleyes, up to 3L
Pockets1 top zip, 2 side zip, 1 front panel zip
Helmet Carryyes
Rain Coveryes
Dimensions10.6 x 22 x 5.5in
Recommended Usecommuting, downhill, enduro, hiking, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited


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.

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Why does the image of the interior show a label of a biker with an X through it and it’s sold as a biking backpack?

I believe that the X'd out image is meant to depict a motorcycle & rider, and that the image under the black strap would be a (non X'd out) bicycle and rider.