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The bare necessities.
Running out of water, getting a flat, or running into rain storms can be a bummer when you're unprepared, which is why the Evoc CC 6L Bike Hydration Pack has room for all your essentials while remaining a small, lightweight, and easy-to-carry package. The main compartment can accommodate up to a three-liter bag if you'd prefer, and the CC also has small pockets for your sunglasses, phone, and other necessities.
At the back, Evoc's Air Pad system provides plenty of ventilation channels to help prevent sweat buildup, and the vented 3D AirMesh shoulder straps provide a comfortable carry while ensuring plenty of airflow. The fabric is tough enough to stand up to trees, rocks, and gravel, and the whole bag weighs just over a pound, so it's the perfect accessory for long days, fast climbs, and technical rides.
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- Q & A
Solid simple pack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The Evoc 6L is just a solid pack. Not a lot of features or tons of different pockets but that is what makes it good. It is really a long ride pack because it fits so much. So spacious in the main compartment. You can easily fit all your tools, bars, pump, tube, jacket and even more (maybe lunch). Looks sharp. Straps are very well designed and secure. Good sized upper pocket with key fob and plenty of room for wallet and large sized phones. The bottom pocket is kinda useless and only fits small things like gels.
Fit is for a taller person as the pack is 18 inches long x 9 inches wide x 5 inches deep. The 6L size is really big. I really don't get the sizing for hydration packs. Every company seems to have their own measurement system. I have a Dakine 8L that is way smaller and fits half the amount this pack does.
Things that would improve it is some sort of tool/stuff organizer in the main compartment so you can organize some of you tools, tube, and bars. Better hydration tube management. The routing and retention is lacking. Also, the bottom pocket should be a bigger sized and it wouldn't add much if any weight to the pack.
It would be cool to see one like this that is just a little smaller for shorter rides.
Does this pack accommodate the Osprey 3L bladder?