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DAKINE designed the ultra-slim Session Pack for two- or three-hour rides where you need to hydrate but you don't want to carry the kitchen sink. The included 70-ounce reservoir is enough to keep all of your body parts running smoothly for 15 or 20 miles on even the hottest day. The external pocket is big enough for a snack and your keys, while the padded MP3 pocket takes care of the tunes.

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5 5

Awesome pack!

This pack rocks with or without the reservoir. I often choose to ride without it to save some weight. But either way, there is plenty of room for a mini pump, spare tube, trail tools, keys, and a couple Clif bars. The padded pocket is great for safe storage of a cell phone or small camera, while the front non-zipper pocket is a good spot for quick access to a trail map. The pack also stays in place nicely due to the chest and waist buckles.

5 5

Great for short trips.

Nice bag for short trips, has enough space to cram all your stuff. It has a pocket for your mp3 player or phone and enough space for a small air-pump. The hydration bag holds 2 liters. Another plus is the low profile of the bag, it doesn't move around as much as the bigger ones. The straps makes it easy to adjust. It has two straps, one around the waist that can be removed and one at the chest level which can be pull down or up depending on your height.

are there straps/buckles for chest and...

are there straps/buckles for chest and waist area? I can't see them in the picture.

would this bag be useful for some school...

would this bag be useful for some school work like a few folders of paper? its senior year and all easy classes and simple social studies work.

Best Answer Responded on

Evan, if you can fold them up...yes... otherwise its not big enough to fit full sized folders/books/etc...

5 5

Wicked Hydro Pack

This pack is great! Feels small, but capable of holding plently of necessities. Super strong 2 liter reservoir and five pockets. 3 with zippers and 2 with out. The 2 straps on the back ment to carry other gear also works great for compressing the pack. Comfortable padding and removable waist strap. Not to metion Dakine always = quality and wicked styling. One more thing, Huck N Roll rocks and really did ship WICKED fast!

Wicked Hydro Pack
5 5

Rokin pack

For saving my sunglasses and still looking new after tumbling to the bottom of a rocky hill (bad decisions in a rock garden), I must say, this pack is awesome. The 2 liters is perfect for a day's job on the trail and there is more than adequate room for the necessities of maintaining both your ride and your stamina.

5 5

Great for a Ride in the City!

The Session Hydration Bike Pack was awesome; ample enough to store a lot of water during my 42-mile ride in the New York City 5 Boro Bike Tour as well as small and light enough as to not hold me down during those treacherous inclines at the BQE and Verrazano Bridge. There are a lot of pockets to keep important things like energy bars to spare tire tubes. Overall a great buy!

will a change of clothes(shorts, shirt,...

will a change of clothes(shorts, shirt, shoes) fit in this pack?

Best Answer Responded on

Definitely, This would be a great pack to commute to work (maybe not a funeral) in. I'd pack the shoes in first, then pants then shirt, sock and lighter things on top. After that though, you won't have room for much else. Murry's Pomade can go in one of the outer pockets.

5 5


Adequate room for a day ride, but small enough to keep your back from getting too hot. Dakine makes great packs, and the nalgene reservoir is bullet proof. The dividers inside make fit easy to keep your stuff organized. Good buy.

4 5

Nice Pack

I got this for a friend for his 40th birthday. He's been getting into day hikes and I thought he should stay well hydrated. Looked like good construction and has room for a light jacket, camera and food for the day with a little room to spare.

How well does it stay on without a waist...

How well does it stay on without a waist strap?

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Pretty well. It would definitely be more stable with a waist strap but I wear this pack on all-mountain and DH rides and it does the job. Biggest gripe is the design of dakine's chest strap that seems to pop off where it clips to the shoulder strap pretty often.