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Jorge Luis in Baja California
Comfortable, keep water cold for longer time, cell phone pocket and a lot of spaceRead All Reviews
Ruben in MD
I was looking for a smaller pack that I could use when riding single track and some short enduro rides. This fits the bill perfectly. It is well built and even more compact than I expected which is a good thing. The small detachable pouch is perfect for some snacks or even a small first aid kit. Would purchase again!Read All Reviews
Doug in WA
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.Read All Reviews
chase in UT
Been using this now for a few months for MTB and love it. Just big enough to hold me essentials without feeling bulky. I wish the main pocket was just a tad larger to hold a tube better but other than that, I have no complaints. I also like that I can put my jersey over it and you don't even know it's there.Read All Reviews