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Small waist packs

mercedismmercedism Posts: 102
edited February 2012 in MTB buying advice
Haven't found a hydration backpack yet, but need something to carry a few tools/mini pump around in.

So as an interim, smaller journeys have been looking at small waist packs.

Both have water bottles, which isn't a bad thing as don't carry any at the moment and don't want a cage.

Whats your opinions on either of these, all can be got for similar price, just wondered if the 2 bottle one might be too big.

http://www.trespass.co.uk/vasp-00718

http://www.trespass.co.uk/waikaka-01360

http://www.trespass.co.uk/alpaca-00333

or anything else for around a tenner.

Posts

  • Anything around my waist while I'm cycling is an annoyance - it constantly moves as you pedal.
    I have a Salomon version - can't remember the model. Fine when I'm running, not when I'm cycling.
    2007 Felt Q720 (the ratbike)
    2012 Cube Ltd SL (the hardtail XC 26er)
    2014 Lapierre Zesty TR 329 (the full-sus 29er)
  • concordeconcorde Posts: 1,008
    Why don't you want a cage? Can't think of anything worse than having a water bottle on my waist during a ride. And it also looks ghay.
  • Either buy a Camelbak or similar, or put cages on. You'll look like a 70 year old grandma wearing a fanny pack with water bottles. Plus they move around too much, especially when the going gets rough.
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