It's got your back.
One moment you're weaving along twisty sections of trail and the next, you're bucked off balance, flying into the surrounding terrain with bone-crushing impact. Protecting the vital region surrounding your back and spine, the Fox Camber Race D30 Backpack softens the sting when you inevitably fly over the bars and onto your back. Innovative D30 padding remains soft and pliable for maximum comfort, hardening upon impact to soften the blow from high-speed crashes. The D30's airwave patterning and the back panel's breathable mesh prevent you from bathing in perspiration, especially on sweltering trail rides.
Available in two different sizes, the smaller Camber Race D30 Backpack offers ten-liters of capacity for daily rides and shorter loops, with a larger 15-liter option giving riders extra storage on longer rides across desolate stretches. Both versions carry an included two-liter Shape-Shift Hydrapak Reservoir that reduces sloshing and overall bulk. This hydration reservoir features a sliding top for quick filling from the tap. Storage for your helmet and protective gear comes in handy when you're finished riding for the day. Other storage-friendly features include a dedicated tool pocket, quick-access side compartments, and waist belt pockets for carrying trail snacks.
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
After riding for so many years with a pack, it is hard to go without one. I almost feel naked. Added protection is one reason I use a pack, and when Fox started incorporating a flexible back protector into the packs, I had to try one. The design of this pack is well thought out for the most part. The D30 back protector is flexible and you hardly notice it. The reservoir is from HydroPak and is easy to fill and clean. Internal storage pockets hold the tools and other items very well and I even have room for a sizable first aid kit.
My only complaint is the design of the front sternum strap. It utilizes a sliding grip-lock system commonly found on packs, however, there is no stopper and it often slips off the end, causing the pack to feel loose. This also means I have to fidget with the strap to get it to re-align. Other than that, this is a solid pack and I would recommend it for avid trail riders who need space for their gear and appreciate a little extra protection.