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Race FaceStash 3L Hip Bag

$99.95

Item # RCFW02O

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Item # RCFW02O
Description

Why We Like The Stash 3L Hip Bag

We're packing everything we need for our next ride in the Stash 3L Hip Bag by Race Face. Snacks, water, tools, spare tubes, and more can fit in this convenient bag, and it's all easily accessible on our person. It even includes a main folding-out pocket and a water-resistant cell phone pocket that will keep everything dry.

  • A convenient hip bag by Race Face for our next mountain bike ride
  • Single-sided stretch belt adjustment that fits well and sits comfortably
  • Capacity for a 1.5-liter water bladder and includes a water bottle holder
  • Ripstop nylon is durable enough to handle wear and tear
  • Fold-out main pocket acts as a trailside bench for bike repairs
  • Zippers keep water out and our essentials dry

Tech Specs
Material[face fabric] ripstop nylon, [backing] 3D mesh
Volume3L (183cu in)
Pockets1 main zippered, 2 side, 1 phone
Closurezippered
Recommended Usecommuting, cross-country, enduro, gravel, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 1

Valve on water bag failure after 3 uses

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

Only 3 uses in and the valve that connects the drinking hose to the water sack has failed. Very disappointing.

>Rating: 2

More butt than hip

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 3"
Weight
270 lbs

So I filled the bladder, popped in my Blackburn multi tool, co2 inflator, and two gu packets. The waist belt is so stretchy it will not hold it up on your hip. What initially feels comfortable, changes as soon as you start walking. The weight in the pack lets it flop around more than I'm comfortable with and I have had to pull it back up. I'm a bit chonky so it shouldn't just fall down over my butt. The bite valve is another area I'm not happy with. Initially I struggled to get more than mere drops of water. If you bite it right at the tip you can get a flow of water, but nothing to write home about. It's just restrictive and needs to be swapped out to a different style. Funny, as mine says to twist to unlock, but it just pulls and pushes straight in and out. There is no lock, per se. Storage is nice and convenient. The magnet on the hose works very well, however if the hose won't reach to one of the sewn loops, don't expect that plastic clip for the magnet to stay on the stretchy belt. I wouldn't buy this again. I wouldn't recommend it to anybody either because of the faults I outlined. There are other packs that don't have these issues. I will probably be buying some webbing and having that sewn in place of the stretchy belt instead

>Rating:

Does the Stash 3L come with a H20 bladder?