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USWEOutlander Pro Hydration Backpack

$109.95

Item # USW1WVR

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Description

Why We Like The Outlander Pro Hydration Backpack

Built for the extreme athlete the tried and proven Outlander Pro Hydration Backpack has been taken all over the world by some of the best athletes. This bag is built for performance and it’s secure no-bounce fit means we’re not getting fatigued while wearing it. The lightweight bag is built for hydaion but includes enough storage for 3-4 hours worth of food during events.

  • Performance pack built for 2-4 hours events
  • Lightweight bag doesn't weigh us down on climbs
  • Bounce free design is great for any activity
  • 2L hydration bladder compatible
  • Hip and chest buckles keeps bag secure

Tech Specs
Volume[hydration bladder] 2L
Support/SuspensionNo Dancing Monkey
Shoulder Strapsyes
Hydration Compatibleyes
Reservoir Includedyes
Accesstop
Pocketsinternal
Dimensions[L | W | H] 32cm, 16cm, 9cm
Activityenduro, hiking, trail, trail running
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Claimed Weight

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260g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 3

Great fit, lack of features, overbuilt

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

This pack fits great - very snug. However, I had the straps loosened as far as they'd go and it was still maybe just a little too tight around my chest. I'm 6' and 155lb so not exactly a big guy. The chest harness (which is what it feels like, harness - that or a 4-point seatbelt in a race car) seems a bit heavy and overbuilt for such a minimalist pack that's meant for racing. There are no pouches or anything on the front of the chest straps to allow stashing gels or anything else you might need during a ride/race. Big, huge oversight in my eyes. I'd much rather unzip a little pouch on my chest to grab a gel than try to reach back into a jersey pocket on a mtb ride/race. I returned it because I think that for a long ride/race (which is what I'd consider a 2L pack to be designed for) it lacks the features you'd want on rides of that length. For shorter rides I would just carry a couple bottles and not bother with a pack.