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CC 2L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack
If you're spending all day trying to tackle a FKT of one of those brutal hilly rides with plenty of climbs, you'll want to keep your load minimal and hydration plentiful. Look no further than the Evoc CC 2L Plus 2L Bladder Hydration Pack, which offers the space for hydration (included), a tube, and a multi-tool, and nothing you don't. This compact pack is lightweight, adding less than a pound to your ride weight, and comes with a 2-liter bladder for instant use right out of the box. For those ultra-demanding days, the CC 2L expands to hold the 2-liter included Evoc bladder, which is designed with a full-slide top for fast and easy filling.
- Lightweight, minimalist pack for hydration on long rides
- PU-coated ripstop repels rain and trail debris
- Small side pocket stashes your tool and tube
- Main pocket can expand to fit a 2-liter reservoir
- Internal mesh pocket is perfect for storing ID or race radio
- Breathable back panel keeps you cool on blistering days
- Item #EVC003J
- [body] 210D PU-coated ripstop nylon, [straps] AirMesh, [back padding] Atilon PE foam
- AirTune backpanel
- Hydration Compatible
- Reservoir Included
- yes, 2L Evoc bladder
- 2 large, 1 inner stash
- 7.8 x 14.5 x 1.1in
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- commuting, downhill, enduro, hiking, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
February 7, 2020
Very similar to the Cambelbak Rogue
- I've used it several times
For gravel riding and short mountain bike rides I’ve been using a Camelbak Rogue for years. I wanted another one as a backup but the Rogue has been re-done since I first bought one and some of the reviews on the new model gave me pause. The EVOC CC 2L Plus looked very similar to my older Rogue so I thought I’d give it a try. Since I’ve so thoroughly tested the original Rogue I can’t help but compare the two. The EVOC has slightly less storage than the already minimalist Rogue so that’s a notch against it. However, I love the way the bladder on the Evoc opens for filling. It’s essentially a giant and very secure zip-lock. It’s much easier to use than the bladder in my Rogue. The EVOC bladder attaches to the pack with a small, flimsy loop of velcro that so far hasn’t been a problem but I view it as a potential weak point. The EVOC is comfortable, lightweight, and breathable. The hose and mouthpiece works great. I like this item and I do recommend it but that being said, if I ever need another one I’ll probably go back to the Rogue just for the tiny bit of extra space that it provides.
May 4, 2019
What’s the durability like?