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What backpacks is everyone using


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Nate M · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2017 · Points: 0

So I am looking to get a pack pack to carry fixit supplies while out riding. Help me out with some input folks

Alex Zeman · · Denver, CO · Joined May 2016 · Points: 0

I've got a really tiny "runners" hydration backpack that my fiance doesn't use anymore and I like it.  it's this one (amazon.com/Osprey-Packs-Hyd…) we got a garage sale that was marked way down.  I wish it was a hair bigger sometimes, it's tough to get an extra tube in there but I just carry a patch kit instead.  Can fit a small frame pump, multitool, tire levers and few more things.  if your phone is small enough the phone holder is nice too and the cord on the back is great for carrying an extra layer/jacket.

John Styrnol · · Grand Junction, CO · Joined Oct 2017 · Points: 95

I use a Camelbak Dart.

Wes Thomas · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2018 · Points: 0

I  have a vintage neon blue cannondale bag that is super light and has a nice foam pad... only thing is it gets a little sweaty on longer rides...

Tim McCabe · · Tucson, AZ · Joined Oct 2006 · Points: 0
Nate M · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2017 · Points: 0
Tim McCabe · · Tucson, AZ · Joined Oct 2006 · Points: 0

Makes sense, the Osprey https://www.osprey.com/us/en/customer-support/all-mighty-guarantee

I have the Talon 22 but all of their stuff is good. Bought the first one used liked it so much I paid full price for a second. That's when I learned about the AMG, life expectancy depends on usage. 

Jose HG · · Dallas, TX · Joined May 2018 · Points: 0

Camelbak MULE.  Enough water for most rides and can carry tools/equipment.

george solomon · · Monterey, CA · Joined Aug 2014 · Points: 0

I have both the Osprey Raptor 14 and the EVOC waist Race Pack mentioned above. I only use the Osprey on longer rides, both are very good for me...

Ken Harris · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2018 · Points: 94
Edward Mergenhagen · · Brandon, MS · Joined 21 days ago · Points: 0

I picked up an Osprey Viper 3 hydration pack on Saturday and used it on a 20 mile ride that afternoon.  It's got enough room for my keys, wallet, small pump, multi tool, crankbros19, and room for a little bit more.  It also has this ventilated back portion it would have worked way better if I wasn't riding in the sunlight for about 17 miles.  But the sweat wasn't too bad.

Delia Hogue · · Unknown Hometown · Joined 28 days ago · Points: 0

i use Mubasel Gear Insulated Hydration Backpack. it's awesome & lightweight.

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