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When you're shuttling downhill bike runs or skiing at the resort, there's no need to lug around a huge backpack just to have water. The Dakine Shuttle Hydration Pack is slimmed down with just enough room for enough water for an afternoon and a small pocket to hold your keys, wallet, and other essentials.

  • Durable 630D nylon fabric resists tears in case you take a spill riding down the trail
  • DriMesh back panel and shoulder straps are breathable to keep you cool
  • Removable waist belt provides a snug fit
  • Fleece sunglasses pocket keeps lenses from getting scratched and stores other small items
  • Rescue whistle included for emergencies


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4 5

Perfect Everyday Ride Pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A customer wrote in with this review:

This pack is the perfect size for your normal everyday 2-3 hour ride. It carries a multi-tool, tire levers, a tube, and a pump (fits my Lezyne Mini Floor Pump). I can also stuff a few granola bars and my G-Form knee pads in there. All of this fits with a full 2L of water. There's also a sunglasses pocket that can carry an extra pair of glasses, a lens wipe, and your phone. It carries well and feels like nothing on your back when ripping down your favorite singletrack.I've definitely crashed a few times through some pretty rugged terrain and this pack has faired much better than my body. I still can't find any visible damage. Quite durable material.For all day rides when I want more water, first aid, a full lunch and weather protection, or when I'm carrying real armor and/or a full face, I use the Dakine Nomad pack.I'd give this product 5 stars, except the hydration nozzle on all Dakine packs suck. They snap off too easily, and while they can be put back on relatively easily, they tend to drip afterwards. You won't really lose any water, but your thigh might be little wet by the end of the ride. I haven't figured out how to put it back on in a way where it won't leak like this.

5 5

Great mtb pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

great pack for mountain biking, water valve is solid and easy to access. Plenty of space for pump tools, extra tire and some snacks. No complaints from me.

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Has anyone used this for trail running?...

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Has anyone used this for trail running? I'm looking for a small hydration pack. the Osprey Syncro is also on my list