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e-bike Hydration Packs

USWE Outlander Hydration Pack$89.99 – $129.95
★★★★☆
Fly Racing Hydro Pack$39.95
★★★★☆
Fly Racing XC70 Hydro Pack$79.95
★★★★⯪
Klim XC Aqua Pak$129.99
★★★★⯪
Fly Racing XC30 Hydro Pack$59.95
★★★☆☆
Fly Racing XC100 Hydro Pack$99.95
★★★☆☆
Thor Reservoir Hydro Bag$99.95
★★★★★
Thor Vapor Hydro Bag$64.95
★★★★★
Zac Speed Comp 3 Pack$159.95
★★★★★
Zac Speed Comp 2 Pack$157.95
Ogio Atlas 3L Hydration Pack$109.99
★★★★☆

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  • Fly Racing Hydro Pack

    ★★★☆☆

    Shaun in KY

    Good bag, bad bladder.

    The bag is fine. Worked great for my twins ( I bought two) but the water bladder is crap. I couldn?t get water to flow unless I removed the bite tip. Ended up replacing them with Hydrapak?s 2L, My KLIM had this version?worked perfect after that, but had to spend another $64 to make that happen. Contacted Fly, had a few back and forth?s but no resolution.

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  • Fly Racing XC70 Hydro Pack

    ★★★★★

    Kirk in TX

    Quality pack

    Best decision I made all summer. Like the wide straps and one buckle design. Plenty of adjustment and usually wear it over my A-6 chest protector. Stays in place and really never know it's even on.

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  • Fly Racing XC100 Hydro Pack

    ★★★☆☆

    Doug in WA

    Meh, thought it would be a large pack

    Wait 3 stars? 3 stars for my use anyhow. I think the 100 is that the bladder is about 100 oz. The pack is constructed well, but for the largest pack in this Fly lineup it holds less gear than my Klim Nac Pak which was completely surprising. The only thing it has over the Nac is the net that comes out to hold something bulky like a shell. So not being able to hold as much as the nac pac my spare goggles had to go. Not happy, especially when it gets late and I want to switch to clear. I carry a lot of gear on rides, and that doesn't even include my tools which are in a fender bag doing duty as a tank bag. Bottom line if you like to go light, or just do short rides this might work, but for big mountain west, better be prepared miles and miles into the boonies ride, this pack is too small. *Also* considering this was billed as a pack for longer rides - no where for a silky saw on the outside, no where for an extended pump, no molle-like attachment points or places for straps. Yeah, ok v1 but come on Fly, look closer at the competition you can do better, much better.

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  • USWE Outlander Hydration Pack

    ★★★★☆

    Ellen in WV

    Hydration pack

    Bladder is a little hard to get use to. Over all good pack.

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  • Fox Racing Utility Hydration Pack

    ★★★☆☆

    pate in SC

    Fox went cheap on the non disconnect straw

    My son likes it so far. Does what is supposed to do. 3 stars because our bladder didn?t come with a quick disconnect straw. Can?t believe that. Impossible to remove the straw to dry out so it won?t collect mold. And it?s a quality aquapak bladder? my other aqua pals all have that standard

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  • MSR Low-Profile Race Hydration Pack

    ★★★★★

    Edward in MI

    MSR hydro pack

    Light weight and comfortable. My back doesn't seem to get ad hot as other packs.

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