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High Sierra Soaker 70 Pack
By: High Sierra
Dimensions: Length: 17.25" Width: 2" Height: 9"
A generous water capacity is just the start with our versatile Soaker 70 pack. It not only holds a 2-liter water reservoir in its large main compartment for hands-free hydration, Soaker 70 also brings you a hinged front pocket that perfect for stowing your helmet, another pocket for an MP3 player or bike tools, and lots of other extras to keep you pedaling strong anywhere you are.
by: on: 19-Aug 2010
The pack did leak, but all you have to do to fix it is tighten the hose to the bladder. There were no instructions on how to take out the bladder, but it was pretty easy to figure out. Overall pretty happy with it. Very good for the price.
by: on: 03-Dec 2009
I bought this for my boyfriend to use while mountain biking. We went on a biking trip and when he went for a drink there was no water. The bladder had a hole in it and was empty. The plus was that it was a hot day and the water cooled his back off. Frustrating to lose your water with a brand new piece of a equipment. I returned it and bought another brand.
by: on: 05-Jul 2009
Not sure how it compares to other products of its kind but I'm disappointed. It is an ordeal to get it to dry thoroughly before storing. No directions on how to remove the water pouch which took some time and effort but figured it out. It should come with a protective cap for the mouth piece. Having it dangle while biking/hiking and getting dusty and then sticking it in your mouth isn't the most sanitary practice. No wonder I have mouth sores after using it only one time.
Cons: No mouth piece cover, no directions on disassembly, sore mouth and throat from one use (yes, I washed it thoroughly before using), clumbsy to take apart and reassemble.
The water poach is really not removable
by: on: 18-Oct 2008
The water poach is really not removable. I was looking for a day hydration pack that is also removable so that I could put it in my over night pack. Well the listing stated hat it is removable, but not really. You have to almost destroy it to get the hydration pack out, so it can not really be used for anything other than a day pack.
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