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The Low Pro MTB Hydration Pack comes highly recommended and toting a glowing resume.
You've spent hundreds of dollars shaving grams from your bike, then you carry a five pound, 2000 cubic inch pack on hour-long lunch rides. Does that make any sense? We don't think so, either. For less-than-all-day-epic rides, a small, lightweight hydration pack like the Fox Low Pro Pack is all you should be carrying. The Low Pro carries 2 liters of water, a snack, a spare tube, and a multi-tool. Everything you need, in other words. Hang onto the big pack for 40-mile days, but keep the Low Pro handy the rest of the time.
The most important aspect of a hydration pack is, of course, hydration. The Fox Low Pro Pack comes with a Hydrapak reservoir. The Hydrapak features a locking bite valve to prevent dripping during your ride, and the Plug and Play hose is removable to make cleaning easier. The Hydrapak's most innovative feature, however, is the slide seal closure system. Our two biggest gripes with hydration reservoirs have always been difficulty opening them and difficulty cleaning them. The Hydrapak checks both boxes with one easy-to-use opening system that opens the whole top of the reservoir.
The Low Pro doesn't just keep you hydrated, but sets out to keep you from losing a ton of fluid in the first place. Fox shaped the back padding with large channels that force air to flow between the pack and your back. Every part of the Low Pro that touches you, except the waist belt, is mesh. The curved back panel's perforated mesh padding is interrupted by strategically placed air channels that allow air to flow over your back to keep you cool and dry. Even the contoured shoulder straps are made with cushioned air mesh to promote air flow and wick moisture away for added comfort. The Low Pro also has a fleece-lined media/sunglasses pocket with a dedicated headphone-cord port.
The Fox Low Pro Hydration Pack comes in one size and is available in Blue, Red, Grey, or Black. The Hydrapak reservoir is included.