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Evoc - Hip Pack Race 3L

Evoc Hip Pack Race 3L

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Tech Specs

[body] PU-coated nylon 210 D ripstop, [straps] 3D Air Mesh, [back padding] EVA
183cu in
tool, 2 hip belt, cell-phone
11 x 7 x 3in
Claimed Weight:
[bag] 350g
Recommended Use:
enduro, gravel, mud/sand/snow, trail
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Hip to be Square.

We're big fans of hip packs at Competitive Cyclist, especially during the warmer months. It's really nice to carry just enough gear and food while still allowing our backs to breathe as we summit stifling summer climbs in order to earn our turns. The Evoc Hip Pack Race has been by our side this season, and we've become pretty spoiled with the ability to keep the weight low-slung and the cargo easily accessible. The Venti Flap system adjusts the amount of airflow between body and bag, letting you tighten-up during cool fall rides or go all-in on ventilation for balmy summer climbs.

  • A low-slung hip pack for mountain biking
  • Accommodates a 1.5-liter reservoir for hands-free hydration
  • Zippered pockets secure tools, food, and accessories
  • Easily adjustable to provide great fit and limit movement

Love Evoc but this bag does not work.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

First of all, I purchased this bag for a hard race I was entered into and did not want to wear my regular Evoc backpack because I thought it would be too hot riding in 90-degree weather for 27 miles. I got the bag the day before the race and it shipped without the magnetic clip for the hydration hose to connect to the belt so I had to and tuck the hose into belt itself - bad enough. During the mountain bike ride, the pack kept getting loser and loser around my waist to the point I was practically sitting on the pack. I own 4 other Evoc products and they work great. This is a product I would use on a day hike, not an enduro race.

Hippie Hippie Shake

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been looking for something larger than a saddle bag but smaller than a hydration bike back pack for awhile. After reading a few reviews about these hip packs I thought I'd give it a try.

I should've done it sooner.

It carries the right amount of gear for #otherhour rides after work that last about 2 hours or so. The best part about it is it stays put as well. It doesn't move around or get sloppy like some others I've read about. All and all I'm very happy with it.

Hippie Hippie Shake

Hips Don't Lie

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

It fits everything you need and more with the awesome organizational pockets/ compartments. The bladder fits well/ fills easily, the adjustments are quick to dial in, and it doesn't weigh you down on the ride. I wish that it had a magnet for the bladder hose to hook to like some of the dakine packs but it is easy to tuck under the waist belt.

Surprisingly Nice

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'll admit I had reservations about riding with a fanny pack but Evoc has designed a great product here. I would recommend this pack as an alternative to a backpack for shorter rides. It has everything you need: capability to hold up to 1.5L's of water (or you can hold a water bottle), organization for tools, CO2, snacks, keys, etc., an ergonomic design that promotes comfort and breathability, and it doesn't look as bad as you think!

The one thing I thought could be improved is the hip adjustment - I find it a bit hard to adjust on the fly.

Revolutionary Hip Pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After getting my first hip pack last year I knew I wasn't going back to a backpack from there on out.

The first variations of hip packs definitely lacked the right fit, size and key features. EVOC seemed to put all the missing pieces together on this pack. and absolutely nail an incredible hip pack for riders of all sorts and skill levels.

The only time I find myself riding with a backpack is when I go on LONG rides (3+hours - The whole enchilada, is the last trail I remember using my other EVOC backpack on). The other 98% of the rides I do I stick with this hip pack. After putting this pack through the wringer after a full mtb season here are the pros and cons I've noticed:

- Perfect height and width on the pack. If you have a pack too small or too short, when full it will bounce around. The EVOC race hip pack has the perfect dimensions
- Tool pouch is clutch. The pack includes various areas in the front panel (accompanied by a nice zipper/handle combo) that organizes your Co2, levers, multi tool, hanger and power link all in compact area.
- Size. Perfect sizing for your bladder, a hand pump and other tools listed above
- Magnetic attachment. This pack has a handy magnet so your bladder hose stays nicely on the hip belt without fumbling when you need that quick sip. (only included on the + bladder version)
- Water bottle holder. Along with the bladder the pack has a nice area for a water bottle that you can fill up with an electrolyte drink (my personal favorite is SIS and Skratch Labs).
- Mesh vent. Keeps that lower back from accumulating a pool of sweat and keeps that area fairly cool, even when fully loaded.
- Style. Looks good and feels good:)

- The waist belt adjustment tabs can make attaching the hose of the bladder back to the magnet a little difficult at times.

Hit me up if you're thinking about joining the hip pack revolution and get rid of those shoulder straps. There is nothing like having your back and shoulders free of weight allowing you to shred the "Gnar"

It doesn't appear to come with a bladder. Where do you find a bladder that fis?