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You might be jealous that the guy in front of you can fit his whole kit into a fanny pack, but, when you're fifteen miles out and it starts raining, you'll be happy you have a storm jacket stashed in The North Face Torrent 12 Hydration Pack. Despite its presence as the largest of the Torrent line of hydration packs, this bag was designed with simple, minimalist attention to detail. Grab those trail shoes or saddle up your six-and-six and toss this bag over your shoulders for an all-day adventure on the trail.

  • Unlike traditional water reservoirs, The North Face's new doughnut-shape reservoir (BPA-free) won't bulge into your back when full
  • Front stash panel holds a spare layer so you can shed that rain jacket when the sun pops out of the clouds
  • Front helmet and integrated trekking pole bungee systems make must-have gear easy to access
  • Vented back panel helps air circulate so your back stays cooler
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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

This pack is just right for a day of hiking, a mountain summit, or a long mountain bike ride. The outer stuff pouch is extremely handy. If you use this in freezing temperatures or want to keep your fluid iced, I recommend getting the hydropak insulated tube which can be swapped out for the tube in this pack.

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Hi Back Country! I need some guidance....

Hi Back Country!
I need some guidance. I bought this product a few months ago (last year's model on sale). I absolutely can't get the "straw" off of the bladder. There were no instructions that came with the pack. Any guidance? I don't want to break it...but I haven't even used it since I can't clean it!