Camelbak Repack Lr Hip Pack Review

Joseph Delves Friday, March 9, 2018 - 16:30 Radical bum bag that makes surprising sense for thirsty riders of multiple persuasions 4.0 / 5 £70 We all know that wearing a backpack while riding anything with drop bars is verboten, but what about a bum bag? Already proving a popular way to accessorise a plaid shirt and titanium camping mug with the adventure touring brigade, could the CamelBak Repack LR hip pack provide a practical halfway house between an overstuffed jersey and resorting to panniers or worse? Along with unpacking your pockets the CamelBak Repack LR’s second trick is to relieve your bike of its water bottles. With an integrated 1.5 litre capacity bladder it could easily replace the two standard 750ml bottles most riders carry, instead providing hydration via a slurpy tube. But what would be the advantage of this? On the road the answer is not a huge ...

Read on Cyclist


More Like This

Card image cap

Best hydration packs

View
Card image cap

Hydro Flask adds two insulated MTB packs to Journey series

View
Card image cap

Buyer's guide: Best cycling commuter bags

View
Card image cap

Don’t miss a shot with Evoc’s new MTB-ready camera bags

View
Card image cap

Thule Vital 6L hydration pack review

View
Card image cap

Two primo race bikes, reflective shoes, handy tech pouch and a foamy bike washer

View
Card image cap

Summer Bikes and Gear Guide

View
Card image cap

Chrome Industries Blckchrm 22X Bravo 3.0 backpack review

View
Card image cap

CamelBak K.U.D.U. Protector 20 hydration and protection pack review

View
Card image cap

Cycling luggage: how to carry your gear to work on a bike

View