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  • Evoc - Joyride Hydration Backpack - Kids' - Olive/Red
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  • Evoc - Joyride Hydration Backpack - Kids' - Olive/Red
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Evoc Joyride Hydration Backpack - Kids'


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    Just for the kids.

    If your youngsters are old enough to ride trails, then they'll need their own hydration. And because many kids' bikes are too small to affix a water bottle mount, the Evoc Joyride Hydration pack is the perfect solution.

    Like its older and bigger siblings, the Joyride was constructed from 210 denier ripstop nylon that was polyurethane coated for water resistance and durability. The pack holds just over 224 cubic inches and features a main compartment as well as a smaller, fleece-lined pocket. Adjustable Air Mesh shoulder straps and waistband keep the pack securely fastened. It holds a two-liter hydration bladder.

    The Evoc Joyride Hydration - Kid's is available in two colors: Red/pink and Sky/petrol. It comes in one size and is suitable for most children from ages 7 to 12.

    • Item #EVC000J

    Tech Specs

    [body] Nylon 210D PU Coated, [straps] Air Mesh, [straps and padding] Atilon PE foam
    4L (244cu in)
    Shoulder Straps
    adjustable Air Mesh
    Waist Belt
    front panel
    main compartment, fleece-lined pocket
    15 x 8 x 3in
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking

    Tech Specs

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    this pack does not come with a bladder

      Obviously it does not come with a bladder. If a bladder was included it would list the capacity. If you can't tell this pack does not come with a bladder stay home.

      Bad form BackCountry - misleading produc

        When you describe the product as a hydration back pack - wouldn't you think there would be a bladder and ability to hydrate? This is just a kids back pack; not as advertised.

        Unanswered Question

        Was just about to buy this and then realized did not have a bladder??! Why would BC call something a hydration pack and then sell it without a bladder? Maybe a giant "NO Bladder" could be posted in the description.?

        Does this include a hydration bladder?

        Best Answer

        Found that out the hard way. Any idea or links to a bladder that fits this? Having hydration in the name, and not coming with a bladder is kind of misleading, especially when the description does not say "bladder sold separately"