Evoc Hip Pack Pro 3L
Now the Evoc Hip Pack Pro 3L is a little gem for riders who hate wearing a backpack. Minimalist designs but packed with plenty of features.
Offering optimized back ventilation using the AIR FLOW CONTACT SYSTEM which offers perfect back ventilation. Thanks to the VENTI Flap you can individually adjust the Hip Pack Pro 3l to determine the distance of the hip pack to your back. This also will help with the amount of ventilation along the back panel.
A great feature that Evoc learned from using the Hip Pack Race is being able to adjust on the fly. The Evoc Hip Pack Pro now has an ascend and descend features. A pull of the straps towards the front tightens it an inch for descending and keeping the pack snug and tight. Pull the straps to the back and it loosens it an each for more ventilation and relaxed fit when climbing.
At a low weight of 430g, it makes for a nice lightweight alternative to a bag. It can also be purchased with an optional 1.5l Hydration bladder to make it into the perfect small hydration pack.
A perfect small tool compartment which is separate to the main storage compartment to make for easy and quick access to tools.
Feeling a little thirsty when pushing that little bit further? You can also stash a bottle in the side bottle holder as shown below, they thought of everything right? Shouldn’t expect anything less from Evoc.
Evoc Hip Pack Pro 3L Features
– Volume: 3L
– Weight: 430g + 130g Bladder
– Size: 28 x 18 x 8cm
– AIR FLOW CONTACT SYSTEM offers perfect back ventilation
– On the fly adjustment for descending and climbing
– Accommodates hydration systems up to 1.5L
– Tool compartment (separate, quick-access)
– *Optional: HYDRATION BLADDER 1.5L
– Back light clip
– Bottle holder
– Cellphone pocket
– Hipbelt pouch
– Hydration clip
– Key holder
– Magnetic clip
– Nutrition compartment
Evoc Hip Pack Pro 3l Reviews
Mtbr.com – “Evoc designed a system called Ventiflap. It involves two pull straps on each side that loosen the fit by about an inch on each side. Pull them backward and the pack hangs loose and comfortable for climbing, improving ventilation. Pull the straps forward and the pack is secure for aggressive descending.”