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Evoc
Stage Technical 12L Backpack

5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $96.00 - $112.00 Original price: $160.00
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Stage Technical 12L Backpack

Ideal for the trail rider looking for a relatively compact pack, the Evoc Stage Technical 12L Backpack provides nifty storage within a streamlined, easy-to-carry design. Sized right for carrying a day's worth of riding accessories, this 732-cubic inch pack (12-liters) handily stores your basic repair tools, trail snacks, and small accessories.


Its three-liter reservoir capacity means it's more than sufficient for longer, all-day rides, providing ample hydration when water refills are scarce to non-existent. Plus, there's a convenient helmet-attachment that carries your XC or full-face helmet when you're finished riding for the day.


Adjusting to the width of your shoulders, the pack's innovative Brace Link adjusts the shoulder straps automatically for a truly custom fit without pressure points. The Airflow Contact System combats sweat build-up along your back, thanks to its vented channels and perforated EVA padding. Other key features include an integrated rain cover and protective gear carry for securing knee and shin pads.


Details

  • A technical day pack to carry all of your trail riding essentials
  • Air Flow Contact System offers plenty of ventilation for your back
  • Brace Link allows optimal adjustment of shoulder straps
  • Airo Flex hip belt transfers load to the hips for long ride comfort
  • Venti Flap system boosts air circulation on the climbs
  • Separate tool compartment for quick and easy access
  • Works with up to 3-liter hydration bladders (sold separately)
  • Integrated rain cover, helmet compartment, and elbow/knee pad carrier
  • Item #EVC002W
Material
210D nylon Ripstop, 600D polyester, PU coating, 3D Air Mesh, Air Mesh, Airo Flex
Volume
12L (732cu in)
Support/Suspension
Air Flow Contact system
Shoulder Straps
Brace Link adjustment
Waist Belt
removable
Hydration Compatible
yes
Access
front panel
Pockets
1 cell phone, 1 map, 1 sunglasses, 1 tool
Gear Loops
protection gear holder
Helmet Carry
standard and full face compatible
Rain Cover
included
Dimensions
11 x 19.6 x 3.5in
Claimed Weight
1lb 13.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

Overall Rating

5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 12, 2021

It's the best backpack I've ever used

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It's the best backpack I've ever used. It's strong, durable, reasonably stored and worth having.

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Jordan C
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

5 out of 5 stars

June 12, 2020

Evoc stage 12L

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I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was unsure weather to get the Evoc CC 10L, or this, and I ended up getting both and returning the CC10L very quick. This pack is super heavy duty, light, and comfortable. Something I noticed right away is that the pack does not move at all when you are riding. The zipper for the tool pouch is also a great design, and the feature of your bladder being separated from your main pocket is great. This pack also offers some good back protection. Buy this if you want a pack for every ride, short or long. The CC is super light and flimsy, I would only purchase that if you are worried about weight A LOT and need to keep is as light and small as possible. Buy this !

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Matthew M
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com