- Comes standard with a WX2L 2 Liter Source Tactical hydration bladder
- Two vertical compression straps
- One large zippered main compartment
- One small zippered, expandable exterior pocket
- Total Volume: 340 c.i.
- Weight: 1 lbs and 14 oz.
- Dimensions main bag: 17"l x 6.5"w x 5"d
Has enough space for a full hydration bladder plus all of the essentials. Haven't tried it out too much yet, but quality seems to be excellent
It is the best hydration pack I have if you are only carrying it. I was looking for one to attach to my eberlestock pack. Unfortunately it was very difficult to do so using the existing straps. If if had mollie straps on the back, It would be the perfect pack.
I tell you what, I was hiking through the red canyons of Zion and my dagger just hit the spot. Super easy to slurp, kept my water pretty chilly too. 5/5 Slurps.
A very strongly-built product. The build and setup of the bladder, however, makes it difficult to fill and use without leaking. In order to use to capacity I've got to remove the bladder after each use, which adds a lot of process for what are intended to be basic, daily hikes. Otherwise, the build of the pack itself makes the weight of the water feel like a feather.
I would still buy this and other Eberlestock products again.
The quality of material and workmanship is excellent . The pack is well built and comfortable but does not work well for its intended purpose . I wanted a small lightweight hydration pack that would allow me to drink on the go during those long , hot hikes without stopping (and have a place to put keys , phone and wallet and some small stuff) . It is difficult to drink from the tube / valve . There is a lot of resistance and takes quite a bit of effort to get much water from it . There are no instructions with the pack so maybe i'm doing something wrong . I'll play with it and see if I can't get it to flow better .