I had never envisioned myself wearing a hip pack.  Filled with water they looked heavy, bulky, and ugly.  Having always worn a back pack for my gear and water I thought I might try one, just so I could say I did, and put it to rest.  

Well that thought process changed as I worn it.  Being noticeably lighter weight with a lower center of gravity it felt great.  Having the lowered center point really helped with going down hill.  A back pack sometimes slides upward as I'm pointed down the mountain and can create quite a struggle as I'm now balancing my pack on my shoulders and flying down a cliff.

My new go-to pack.  For winter time, I will still use a larger back pack so I can shed clothing layers, but for season-round biking this bag is sweet. 

Get one here 

April 24, 2020 — Curtis Stolaas