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LeattCargo 3.0 DBX Hydration Backpack


Item # LBR007J

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Item # LBR007J

Go the distance, and then some.

The Leatt Cargo 3.0 DBX Hydration Backpack checks all the right boxes for the adventurous trail rider embarking on epic trails with its roomy gear capacity, heat-reflective bladder compartment, plenty of storage areas, and integrated back protector. Leatt designed it with a lightweight, well-bolstered harness that fits and feels more like a vest than a pack, which is a good thing if you hate when a hydration pack jostles around at high speeds. This unique chest harness not only provides a secured-down fit, but it remains fully breathable with the ventilated mesh fabric.

Ten liters of gear storage provides all the space required for long-distance trail outings spanning miles and miles of technical terrain, especially those remote trails where filling up on water and getting help from other trail users isn't going to happen. It'll carry up to three liters of water, holding hydration reservoirs in its stretch-mesh compartment, complete with a reflective liner that keeps heat from warming up your precious H2O.

Inside the back panel is a certified back protector that disperses crushing impacts, should you take a nasty spill on the trail, especially at higher speeds where crashes have nasty consequences. This certified back protector remains lightweight and flexible on your back, so you'll barely even know it's there, feeling more like a traditional pack. Additional features include a waterproof, touchscreen-compatible pouch for smartphones, a separate tool compartment with a removable tool storage card, as well as full-face/traditional trail helmet carry straps.

  • Roomy hydration pack for longer rides and epic trail outings
  • 10L of storage carries everything needed for longer distances
  • 3L hydration capacity for staying hydrated throughout the day
  • AirLine back ventilation won't soak you in excessive sweat
  • Certified back protection disperses crashes at high speeds
  • Waterproof, touchscreen-compatible smartphone pouch
  • Sealed tool compartment with removable tool storage
  • Water bottle holders supplement the pack's hydration

Tech Specs
Volume[pack] 10L (610cu in), [hydration] 3L (183cu in)
Support/Suspensionchest harness
Shoulder Strapsbreathable mesh
Hydration Compatiblehydration reservoirs up to 3
Pocketsheat-resistant bladder pocket, sealed tool compartment with removable storage card, touchscreen phone pouch, water bottle holders
Helmet Carryfull-face/trail helmet carry, neck brace carry
Recommended Useenduro, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1

Over-engineered & under delivered

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
5` 09"
160 lbs

I bought this as a long haul riding option for when my Camelbak Chase vest’s 1.5L of water is not sufficient. Good ideas here, but are unrefined and nowhere near worth the price of admission. I would have given 3 stars if priced at </= $130. At $180 for a piece of kit, I expect refinement. Pros: Snug fitting vest stays fairly well in place. Chest strap clasps are secure and well thought out. Storage, and 3 liters of water! Back protection if you’re into that sort of thing, and removable if you’re not (it’s quite a HEAVY piece of foam). Seemingly high quality zippers. Cons: Ever tried drinking water through a coffee stirrer? Water hose on this thing is microscopic, and the bite valve is garbage. It leaks constantly, and the rubber outer portion falls easily off of the plastic core. I assume this is why they put the ridiculous plastic cap on there, which is not removable without cutting and just dangles off the end of the hose bouncing around on your chest if not put in place (I actively hydrate when climbing, so this has to stay off). Not a big deal to me, but the in-bladder zipper (ziplock style) to reduce volume is pretty difficult to use. Pack to back ventilation is not great. In conclusion: Buy a Camelback Chase, and learn to drink less. ***Update*** After a month, I have officially put this thing through the wringer. I discovered that the hydration hose uses the same attachment mechanism as Camelbak, so that problem was solved by replacing the OEM garbage with a spare that I had on hand. The "reflective liner" in the bag has now begun to disintegrate, so that is the new big complaint. This is a trash bag, and would call it grossly overpriced at $50.


I just bought this. Does it come with the bladder or do I need to buy that desperately?

Hey John, This pack doesn't not come with an included hydration bladder. The backpack itself is compatible with up to 3L bladders.