Scott Trail Lite Fr’ 14 Backpack Review

Scott Trail Lite FR’ 14 Backpack review

Scott's Trail Lite is a lightweight 14-litre trail bag that's not short on features despite its low price. Wingnut MPS backpack review Norrona Fjorå Backpack review The main compartment has space for a hydration bladder (not included) and there are hose guides on the straps. You also get a smaller outboard pocket with a mesh tool divider and a top pocket for valuables. The external helmet holder and bungee cords, which are perfect for stowing pads, mean you can carry more than the stated capacity. On either side of the Trail Lite are stretch pockets, but these have limited space. Get packing and you’ll find it can carry a full 2-litre bladder, a day’s worth of snacks, a spare tube and tools plus an additional layer without too much fuss. Thanks to its lightweight build (362g), stuffing it full never makes it feel too heavy either. The waist and chest ...

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