Nothing But The Finest
This is a race hydration backpack streamlined to go super light and almost invisible on your back. The USWE Outlander™ 2 weighs about 310g and is geared up with the award-winning NDM™ 4-point harness that makes the pack 100% bounce-free in action. The stretch support of the harness allows you the freedom to move at full speed.
This mountain bike and marathon running hydration pack won't bounce around as you move, allowing you to stay focused and perform your best. Thankfully, No Dancing Monkey™ technology is here with the 1.2 harness system to keep you comfortable all day. To keep you hydrated during your Mtb race or run, the Outlander™ 2 features a durable 1.5-liter Elite™ hydration bladder to go inside the pack. The bladder has a big slide opening at the top for quick filling of ice and water. And after the race, the bladder is fully reversible for easy cleaning and drying.
- No Dancing Monkey™ 1.2 harness system reduces bounce for stability and comfort
- Integrated elastic straps expand with the chest for a constant tight and compliant fit
- Ergonomic shoulder straps deliver smooth distribution of the backpack over the shoulders
- 1.5L/50oz Elite™ hydration bladder has a slider opening for easy cleaning and drying
- Big main compartment for hydration and dry gear. 2L pack capacity.
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Nice lite pack, but the bite valve leaks
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
I use this pack for runs that are less than around 15 miles because if I intend to go more than 15 miles, I need more than 1.5 L of fluid in the summer. I like it because it is lite weight and because it is nice and secure. No bouncing. The downside is that the bite valve leaks. What I have to do is to raise the bite valve high after each sip so that the fluid leaves the tube and returns to the pack.
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