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Large Hydration Pack For £40
#1
is it crazy to be trying to get a all day hyrdation pack (2-3L) for £40 ? would like it to have a good amount of storage, a 2 - 3L bladder and elastic straps for storing outer layers

any suggestions ? as its an idea for a birthday present £40 is the limit really

cheers in advance Smile
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#2
a quick search of the Decathlon site brings up http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/water-bag-...21/#TAILLE

Decathlon are superb. My hdyration pack, baggies, winter waterproofs, summer lightweight jacket and mini pump all came from Decathlon and cost very little. Nearest one is Lakeside and it is well worth a visit.
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#3
Evans Cycle Sale - Camelbak Mayhem and MULE (the new ones) £45....

I drooled over both earlier today and wrestled with my card not to buy one.
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#4
Get a mayhem i have one its perfect for a days riding.
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#5
"Buzz" Wrote:Get a mayhem i have one its perfect for a days riding.

+1 Same here - the new one is larger (wider) with a drinks bottle holder in the side.
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#6
"Blackers" Wrote:a quick search of the Decathlon site brings up http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/water-bag-...21/#TAILLE

Decathlon are superb. My hdyration pack, baggies, winter waterproofs, summer lightweight jacket and mini pump all came from Decathlon and cost very little. Nearest one is Lakeside and it is well worth a visit.

+1, my hydration pack is from there and most of my clothing is getting on for 2 years old now and nothing has fallen apart yet.
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#7
http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/forums/view...t=12628399
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#8
i use one of these, no probs at all, the only niggle is that there is very little room for anything else once you have got 2ltr of water in, you can wedge a couple of snickers in there and your keys and phone, but that's about it. there is a bungy strap kind of thing on the back which you can stuff a waterproof into though which is quite good, but one of the loops on mine split after only a coupld of rides.

http://direct.asda.com/Hydration-Backpac...lt,pd.html

check that out, the two pics on the link above show two different bags! Bloody Asda! mine is the only without the additional bit lower down, that looks better than mine, damnit
Keep it foolish...
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#9
looks fine as a race pack/blean/short thrash sort of thing. My camelbak is a something or other, forget now, quite big sort of 8 litre size but with a zip which expands it out to 12, handy for the amount of stuff I carry and meant for example I could stuff my rain jacket in there on saturday after it turned out fine still having room for all the pumps, spares, sandwiches etc
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#10
think ill go for the decathlon one ... lots of storage is important to me as i like to take the kitche sink out with me Big Grin

cheers for your help guys Smile
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