Dakine Apex Hydration Pack

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DAKINE's Apex Hydration Pack delivers top-of-the-line features, and enough storage and hydration capacity to keep you out on the trail for hours on end.

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Dakine Apex Hydration Pack Reviews:


Just my opinion, of course. I originally bought the Nomad to use dirt biking, and found it too small to fit all my gear. The Apex, on the other hand, fits my tool kit (about the size of a travel bath kit), spare tube (way bigger than an MTB tube), pump, first aid/emergency kit, 40ft. of 8mm static line, a waterproof shell, a long-sleeve wool baselayer, food, sunglasses and 100oz. of water. If/when I get a GPS or PLB, it'll fit in there too, no problem. The bladder system is great, thanks to the center divider that keeps it flatter than a straight tubular bladder, and I love the quick-disconnect feature for filling up. While the full pack weighs at least 15lbs, I don't find it uncomfortable on 4-5hr. rides. I suppose if I were on some sort of epic long-distance ride, I might use it for mountain biking, but honestly I can't see myself needing this much room for anything day-to-day. Maybe commuting, if you have a small laptop with its own sleeve. Hard to call too much space a negative feature, though, so five stars it is. I am very pleased with this pack so far, and would recommend it if you need a LOT of room for mountain biking.

Rob de Luca at Backcountry.com on 08/29/2013

Easily the best hydration pack so far (and I've a lot -fox, camelbak, b'twin, etc-).
What do you need?
- Clamps for your full-face helmet and armor? Check.
- 3ltr/100oz hydrapak reservoir? Check.
- unbelievable space (1600 cu)? Check.
- Maybe the best fabric that you'll never see in a bagpack? Check.
- Even a whistle so you can call your friends or people nearby when you crash trying to do that jump that anybody tries? Check!
If you're a serious rider and you do rides longer than 4/5 hours in the middle of nowhere, you need this bag.

LukeAmado at Backcountry.com on 09/18/2013

I use this everyday as I live on an island. It keeps my every day gadgets/tools handy and keeps me hydrated as I am traveling between 2 islands and constantly on the go. Water is a rare resource so having this helps out tremendously while I am on my bicycle or on the boat.

cccp607466 at Backcountry.com on 08/13/2013

This is the first hydration pack that I've purchased for biking and I'm completely content with it. The pack has ample amount of room for everything and fits very well.

TJH at Backcountry.com on 04/22/2013