Polaris Aquanought Waterproof Pack Review

Polaris Aquanought waterproof pack review

This waterproof pack is a lightweight (492g), stripped-back offering that allows you to still take essentials out in miserable weather. Syncros Tofino 1.0 saddle review 11spd: This week’s best new bikes and gear Polaris has designed the Aquanought a little differently to most hydration packs, in that the bladder (not included) fits in an external storage pouch that sits against your back, rather than being held internally. There’s enough space for a three-litre reservoir. The main compartment gets the full weatherproofing treatment, including waterproof YKK zips. A removable tool organiser sleeve helps neaten things up a bit. Size-wise, the main compartment is ideal for day riding With ten litres of storage on offer, there’s enough space to stow a spare tube, snacks, jacket and tools. Most importantly, the Aquanought kept the lot dry during testing. Size-wise, the main compartment is ideal for day riding. There’s a small mesh pocket on ...

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