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  • Dakine Amp 18L Hydration Pack 2013
  • Dakine Amp 18L Hydration Pack 2013
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Dakine Amp 18L Hydration Pack

All the bells and whistles you need in an all mountain pack including new Hydrapak bladder with quick-disconnect hose, a molded back panel for support and ventilation, plus a deployable rain cover.

Dakine Amp 18L Hydration Pack Features:

  • 100 oz. / 3L Shape-loc hydration reservoir.
  • Molded back panel with Air Channel Ventilation.
  • Deployable helmet carry.
  • Mesh side pockets.
  • Fleece sunglass pocket.
  • Internal organizer pockets.
  • Deployable rain cover.
  • Removable waist belt.
  • Rescue whistle.
  • Volume: 1100 cu. in. [ 18L ].
  • Size: 19 x 10.5 x 8" [ 48 x 27 x 20cm ].
  • Weight: 9.2 lbs. [ 4.2kg ].
  • Materials: Planet friendly 100% PVC free: 630D Nylon

Buy Dakine Amp 18L Hydration Pack from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Blue, Charcoal
  • Gender: Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exactly what is needed in a bike hydration pack I will never buy Camelbak again after using my new Dakine Amp: 1/ Great airflow with the mesh back. Comfortable fit. 2/ Great easy to open reservoir with wide opening, allowing ice etc to be added easily. Unlike the Camelbak ones which I can't even open. 3/ The inside of the sack is a bright light lime green allowing me to see everything in there easily. Plenty of organising pockets plus a fold away rain cover. 4/ Hose unclips easily so it can be kept attached to the bag while you refill the reservoir. I haven't had a long time with this bag yet, but it seems pretty good. Two negatives I have with it is: 1/ The hose clip is on the left hand shoulder strap and can't be changed to the right (where I want it). 2/ The bladder needs to be washed and dried immediately after your ride (in fact, I just empty it and throw it in the freezer). I could forget about the Camelbak bladder for a few days, then use it again no problems. This one turned the water slimy and murky a couple days later. It also tasted like rubber for the first few times used. Now I put a squeeze of lemon juice in there with the water to offset the plastic taste. 27 March 2014
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