Mission Workshop Hauser Hydration Pack

Mar 1, 2018

Category: Gear

Whether you’re a lightweight commuter or dedicated cyclist – you know how important it is to get your fill of water while in the saddle. One of the better ways of doing that? By strapping on something like Mission Workshop’s Hauser Weatherproof Hydration Pack.

Designed to accomodate most all hydration reservoirs up to 3-liters, this pack is ideal for those looking for something more rugged and with more storage. The exterior of the pack includes four weatherproof pockets, as well as a removable tool roll for storing things like your tire-iron, patch kit, and first aid – all of which zip closed with waterproof zipper. Ride in hot weather? No worries. the pack’s straps feature micro-perforations for wicking sweat and keeping you cool on the trail. Made here in the U.S. with a mix of domestic and imported materials, the pack is available in 10 colors and in either a 10 or 14-liter configuration.

Purchase: $215

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