Osprey Packs Raven 14L Backpack - Women's
Women who need a pack that carries comfortably and doesn't roll around while they're railing down dirt will find what they're looking for in the Osprey Raven 14 Hydration Pack. With women-specific shoulder straps, waistbelt, and torso sizing, this pack is built just for the ladies. A three-liter hydration system with an ergonomic shape keeps you quenched and energized while you're rolling through aspens or hauling butt down the hillside. And with plenty of space to pack a rain jacket, a snack bigger than an energy bar, and a removable tool pouch for quick trail-side repairs, the Raven 14 will be the perfect companion to all of your singletrack adventures.
Nathan VaporHowe 12L Hydration Vest - Women's
This isn't your first ultra. You've gotten past the "but why"'s you receive from strangers, as well as the grueling training schedule, so your upcoming 50-miler inspires excitement, not dread. If your hydration system is lacking in a few areas, upgrade to the Nathan VaporHowe Hydration Vest to make sure the midsummer sun and dry air don't get in the way of your runner's high now, and when you run that 100-miler next summer.
As its name suggests, the VaporHowe was designed in partnership with a certain professional ultrarunner. Whether you're familiar with Howe or not, know that she made sure the breathable vest came with a tailored, close fit that limits bouncing at all costs. You're no stranger to the loss of sanity a jostling, sloshing hydration pack can bring as the miles stretch on, and Nathan took fit seriously with the VaporHowe. It holds its plump 1.8-liter bladder firmly in the rear portion of the vest, ensuring you stay hydrated on race day when temperatures soar and aid stations are miles apart.
So the for later vapor how is a pact. That i used when i want to be light and fast and i use it in 50k 50-mile races. It's got the bottles on the front, so they're easy to fill up in a race where. You've got an aid station every couple miles it's nice and light so it's not. Overkill for a 50k so anything from an. Hour to two hours I'm using for later. Pack and i usually carry with me water. In both of the bottles a couple gels and then usually some dog treats for my dog and you know i can comfortably fit all of that and it still feels really light almost like i don't have anything on so. I plan on using the 12 liter vapor howl. And a lot of my longer races this season. Particularly utmb ultra-trail du mont. Blanc is a race in xi amen a france and. It's a hundred miles and they require. You to carry quite a bit of gear you know just because you're out in the mountains literally all day and all. Night the 12th liter pack comfortably holds all the gear i need and i plan. To use it for that race and in the training runs leading up to that race as well so one of my favorite things about the 12 liter pack is its ability to. Carry a lot of gear yet it's still low-profile you know you have that ability to take a lot with you but you also have the ability for the pack to stay light.
Osprey Packs Raven 10L Backpack - Women's
Whether you're mounting up for a cross country loop or crushing downhill runs at the resort, shoulder the Osprey Women's Raven 10 Hydration Pack for an unrivaled fit and easy thirst quenching. The three-liter Hydraulics Reservoir is shaped to match the profile of the back panel for improved balance and less sloshing, while the magnetic bite valve keeps the hose from whipping around when you fly down steep straightaways. Although fairly compact, the Raven has plenty of room for a light layer, a substantial snack, and all the tools you need to get your bike back to the trailhead after a mid-ride breakdown.
Osprey Packs Kitsuma 3L Backpack - Women's
When you hit the trails for a quick pedal or hike and you only need to bring along some water and a few small necessities, reach for the Osprey Kitsuma 3L Backpack. Its airmesh backpanel and rolled soft-edge shoulder straps offer stability, freedom of movement, and cool comfort while you hike or bike. A dedicated external hydration sleeve houses the included 2.5L reservoir to keep you hydrated on the trails while the side mesh pocket and front zippered pocket accommodate your small necessities such as your phone, keys, and wallet.
Osprey Packs Kitsuma 1.5L Backpack - Women's
The lowest of low-profile packs, the Osprey Kitsuma 1.5L Backpack provides a way to carry your water—and that's about it. Its 1.5-liter capacity is perfectly filled by the included Osprey Hydraulics LT 1.5L reservoir to ensure you can hydrate throughout your ride. A magnetic chest strap secures the bite valve for drip free storage, while an Atilon foam framesheet gives the reservoir structure. The AirScape backpanel ensures air can move between you and the pack, and Osprey gave the Kitsuma a BioStretch harness that conforms to your shoulders for a bounce-free ride.
Gregory Avos 15 Hydration Backpack - Women's
Ready to ride with you, the Gregory Women's Avos 15 Hydration Backpack has your back covered with the space and support necessary to keep up with your obsessive bike habit in all seasons. While this pack can do it all, it does have a streamlined, bike-specific construction that's tailored towards longer, rougher days in the saddle. Starting with the adjustable Shift RS (Ride Stability) suspension system, this pack's hipbelt can be adjusted vertically to ride higher or lower on your back for bounce-free performance on rocky trails, while the EVAP moisture-wicking tech in the backpanel and shoulder straps lock down cool, breathable comfort as you battle uphill sections.
Keeping water consistently close at hand, Gregory included a 3D Hydro reservoir that uses soft-molded QuickDry technology for an anatomical fit on your back, and comes with a magnetically-linked DryLock bite valve for easy sipping. The magnetic sternum strap can be buckled with one hand for on-the-go fit adjustments, while the safety light lash attaches your bike lights for night or urban riding. Rounding things out, a multitude of zippered pockets—along with bike-dedicated organizers for your tire and shock pumps, spare tubes, and energy bars—make sure that all of your mountain bike essentials are safely coming along for the ride.
Nathan VaporHowe 4L 2.0 Hydration Vest - Women's
You've put in endless hours and countless miles of training, and now it's finally time for the main event. When you step to the line of your next ultra-race you'll be glad you've got the Nathan VaporHowe 4L 2.0 Hydration Vest along for the ride, keeping you hydrated and well prepared for anything the race throws your way. Offering an apparel-like fit that gives you ample storage without adding a bulky or bouncy feel, this vest will store everything from mid-race nutrition to any packable layers and clothing items you might need along the way. And, most importantly, it gives you all the hydration you need for those long miles spent grinding it out over long hills and often rugged terrain. Two 20oz flasks come equipped with the vest, and feature extended tubes to help you drink easily without having to remove them from their pockets. You've also got the option to bring along a 1.5L reservoir of your own in the back compartment for runs when you'll be far from an aid station for long stretches.
Thunder splat hey scott going over the. New vapor air from nathan this is there. Hydration vest not packed so it's a vest. So it really fits like that i haven't had a pack in a long time from nathan that have ever had durability. Issues and we take these on adventure trips through our store and let other people use them you know beat them up out in the mountains on weekend excursions stuff like that we've had really good luck with the durability what you'll get here is nine point three ounces hydration bass holds two litres. Bladder plus a ton of carrying space. This is a size extra small a couple. Things you should know about it's a vest so it's not a pack it is literally. A vest that you strap on so this thing doesn't move about three-quarters the. Way through the bladder in the back i got some tell when in my bottle here other pockets just a lot of accessibility. Grab back here in the front plus another. Pocket here that's on both nathan does some cool stuff with pull-tabs so when you're running in here you're not as able to get to things as. Easily you still have a full tab to help you give to that both of those sites. Have the same type of pocket setup I'm. Running currently with 22 ounce and one of these and it because it rides nice. And close to you it's not a lot of shaking or anything like that and that's one thing i really like a little. Tidbit here for you i always cut my hose. Down so that it fits a lot of people. Think they're supposed to use it at the length and for me I'm not a real big guy so this hose i have a bunch of a kind of hanging over here with this magnet closure right there i get it where i. Want it and then i take this nozzle out. Of their cut it where i want it put the nozzle back in so i don't have a lot of excess bouncing around and annoying me up here this is actually a system that. As you pull that tight it compresses your bladder in the back of the pack and when you do that you're keeping it from sloshing up and down and shaking around as much as you can you're so as you drink more of that fluid out of the bladder and you want to keep it from bouncing around compress that and it holds it nice and tight so you have as little sloshing as possible. You also have pretty sweet things velcro. Closure here for your bladder these are. All wide open on the top to fill in to. Clean and then another nice feature is. That the hose you hear that clip so you. Now that you're locked in and it's not going to be leaking when you put it back in there so if you want to spend some time refilling on-the-go during a race you can and it's not something that's. Cumbersome but it's also just really easy to work with electrodes like tab a. Holder here on the front another pocket. That zips and is expandable on the front. And then along with that here's an. Emergency whistle there are on the top here and on the bottom bungees with. It's for your checking pulls whether you put them up top or on bottom you carry your wives for, so she don't have to carry him because you're a gentleman yeah then you get to the side and again. More storage area those are sat right here below yeah and. It's nice easy because you loosen going back and tighten coming forward so you have a little leverage there, so they've really designed things nicely to work well with you while you're in action not while you're sitting on your couch at home loading it that actually during the activity as well and then on the back another huge stuff sack area. And i want you to see how thin that is. Everything on this is made to be super lightweight you can again see through. This pocket with light in it everything is aerated as well so the footprint. That's on here and how hot it gets on you is really limited as well and then. On top of that besides this bungee on the back there's. Another whole pocket in here that's separated from your bladder actually sits in its own pocket protected so there's a lot of carrying space in this setup without it being. Heavy this is the lightest pack that nathan makes with or without a bladder and it's one of the lightest packs on the market right now, so we've tested it done a bunch of running with shirt without shirt no rubbing on it anymore. Then you would have rubbing if you went out or in three hours in the texture that shirt once it gets wet you may have. Some chaffed but you're not getting any more taking from this from or from a shirt so i have experimented with that a little bit but i did a two-hour run in. Wyoming a couple weeks ago surplus and love them no issues at all hey guys. That's the nathan vapor here why this pack out there two liters of hydration a. Ton of carrying space here under 10. Ounces unbelievable we really like it check out nathan's stuff stop by. The runner's flat we'll see.
Platypus Siouxon 10L Backpack - Women's
The Platypus Siouxon Hydration Pack is made for steep hiking and steep biking. This adventure-ready backpack features a helmet carry system, fleece-lined eyewear pocket, waist belt with zip pockets, and a convenient hydration hose in the shoulder straps, which means it's prepared to handle intense bike rides and long hiking treks. Its main compartment has multiple mesh pockets to store your repair kit and snacks, and the two pump sleeves conveniently secure a shock pump and tire pump.
Since the Siouxon Hydration Pack is made from 210D nylon with a PU coating and YKK zippers, it naturally repels water and stains after each use. Even if it happens to rain, there's an easy-to-use rain cover in the bottom pocket so your gear stays safe and dry without any added hassle of carrying a plastic poncho. And since this pack is from Platypus, it has a three liter wide-mouth Big Zip reservoir, magnetic hose clip, reflective detailing, and a ventilated suspension to keep you cool as you ride.