Fox Head Low Pro Hydration Pack, Black, One Size

Fox Head Low Pro Hydration Pack, Black, One Size

Fox Head Low Pro Hydration Pack, Black, One Size
@ Completely revamped for 2015, the fox bike hydration collection redefines what a performance trail bag can be. Top level materials are matched with proven Hydrapak bladder system and an aesthetic unlike anything on the trails, while a ride focused, intelligent design keeps your gear in place and weighted perfectly on your back so you can keep focused on the trail in front of you. The low pro hydration pack offers a sleek minimalistic design for essentials and a 1.5 Liter bladder.

  • Eva molded back panel provides added comfort and ventilation while being lightweight and supportive
  • Lightweight mesh shoulder straps allow for ultimate breathability and airflow. Sternum strap allows for stability and support during active pursuits
  • Stowable stretch mesh helmet holder allows for trail helmet to be secured and kept out of the way before or after a ride
  • Wide opening on the hydra valve allows for easy water flow and a comfortable bite valve

List Price: $ 54.95


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3 thoughts on “Fox Head Low Pro Hydration Pack, Black, One Size

  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for Racing / Shorter Rides, May 16, 2015

    This review is from: Fox Racing Adult Low Pro MTB Hydration Pack (Sports)
    EDITED ORIGINAL REVIEW (SCROLL DOWN FOR UPDATE): I own at least 6 Camelbak packs and multiple reservoirs. They work great. My go-to long distance is a an Osprey Raptor. Even better than anything Camelbak offers for that.

    But I have found my new go-to race-ready hydration pack: Fox Hydrapak.

    At first I was skeptical of the roll down and slide a clip over it bag. Camelbak’s lids are water tight and easy to deal with. Or so I thought initially. But when I REALLY thought about it, I realized there were several times the Camelbak lid didn’t close right and leaked. Also, it can be a little tricky sometimes getting the lid to go on right. And I usually get water all over the place filling it since the lid is on the SIDE of the reservoir.

    The Hydrabak doesn’t have those problems as it unroll from the top and fills from the top. I believe this makes it easier to add electrolyte mixes and get the water in there without spillage. When down you roll it over on itself and slide the plastic thing across the top. There are instructions printed on the bag describing which way it all goes. I thought “hey this is gonna leak” but I shook the heck out of it and not a drop. I then remembered my wife uses some old hydration pack with a roll up reservoir bag and it has never leaked either. No cap… no problem.

    50 oz is the perfect size for racing 10-20 miles. You don’t need to slow down to drink from bottles! Also, the Fox bag sits fairly low on my back, but not so low I can’t reach into my jersey pockets if needed. So, no worries about top heaviness or looking like the hunchback of Notre Dame. (not that there is anything wrong with that) The bag also has some things you can attach an led tail light to so it would be good for commuting too.

    The bite valve works fine (so far after 2 rides). It can be twisted to lock. It takes some force to do this and I don’t think it’s possible to do one handed. Also it has two pockets and I can get everything in there except a 29er tube (which I don’t carry when racing anyway).

    An accidental bonus is that the black goes with my team kit perfectly.

    It fits snugly, better than the comparable Camelbak 50 oz mil spec bag.

    Overall very SATISFIED with this purchase.

    UPDATE SEPTEMBER 14, 2015: Okay, so after about four months it has become impossible to clean the bite valve and the reservoir has a couple areas where no amount of cleaning seems able to remove the black gunk. I’m very good about cleaning my reservoirs but as I use EFS (with sugar) these things can happen. I suppose if you ONLY use water then you may not have the same cleaning issues I have.

    The other problems is that the pack has come apart down one seam. I showed it to my wife and she said it’s impossible to fix. The fabric is very thin and not suited for mountain bike racing and xc/all mountain style riding as it is not very durable. So I’ve reduced it to 2 stars. Bummer.

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  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Product!, May 31, 2015
    Amit A.

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    This review is from: Fox Racing Adult Low Pro MTB Hydration Pack (Sports)
    Great Product!

    That’s the perfect bag for shorter rides (or climbing).
    It fits tightly and securely. I use it to hold water, granola bar, and repair essentials.

    In fact I like it so much that I used it for kayaking in Russian River last week. It kept me hydrated perfectly.

    Note: for longer rides I have POC bag to hold my pads and helmet.

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