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Fast loops to stunning trail rides.
Whether you're pushing it to the limit on blistering cross-country loops or picking apart technical singletrack in the desert, the Dakine Women's Drafter Hydration Pack provides ample room for carrying all of your trail essentials while keeping you properly hydrated. The included 100-ounce hydration reservoir holds enough water for longer loops, with a high-flow Blaster bite valve supplying water with minimal effort. Preventing perspiration from saturating your back, the air mesh suspended back elevates the pack for enhanced breathability.
A multitude of interior storage holds energy bars, gels, extra tubes, small pumps, and tools required for trailside repairs. The deployable helmet carry attaches to your full-face or trail helmet when you're finished riding. Additionally, you'll find breathable mesh shoulder straps, a secure-fitting sternum strap and waist belt, and a magnetic hose clip to prevent your bag from whirling around on fast descents.
- Hydrapak 3-liter (100-ounce) reservoir w/quick disconnect
- High-flow Blaster valve w/shut off & magnetic hose clip
- Air Mesh-suspended back panel
- Breathable, ergonomic shoulder straps
- Internal organization pockets
- Fleece-lined eyewear pocket
- Full face/trail helmet carry
- Deployable body armor straps
- Reflective logo
- Item #DAK00MY
- Q & A
LOVE this pack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I really like everything about this pack. It has lots of pockets, a soft small outer one for my phone, a larger middle one with a few zipper inside pockets for all the goodies, and a sizeable bladder. The lifted mesh back is great for air flow and circulation on the hot days. It's also easy to clean (mud/clay etc.).
Two things I wish were better - filling the bladder is a bit awkward. The closure is a little flimsy (slide on clasp). Also, the valve was hard to close so I replaced it with one that is easier to lock/unlock.
Overall, a great purchase though.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I finally got this pack after I was stranded with a flat out on the trail because I didn't have a pack to carry my tools to fix it. Now that I have it I have a million other reasons why I should have gotten it sooner. For starters the air-mesh suspended back is the greatest invention known to backpacks. It keeps your back from insane sweat (one of the biggest downsides of riding with a pack) and is much more comfortable. Next, I didn't realize how much I was missing the ease of drinking from a camelback on long climbs. The hydrapack is so well designed for easy drinkage and easy cleaning. The pockets are just the right size- not too small that you can't fit an extra layer with all your tools but not too big that you end up loading it down with heavy stuff "just in case". The helmet carry is also perfect for stuffing some extra water bottles if you need it. Finally, have you seen how cool it looks? Can't go wrong with this pack!