CamelBak Slipstream review£35.00

The Slipstream packs a lot in for such a wee bag – separate bladder pocket, an organiser pocket with mesh divider and key clip, one small mesh pocket and a light loop to keep you seen, plus it’s short enough on most backs to enable easy access to jersey pockets. The harness is soft and comfy, with velcro strap tidies and chest but no waist strap. On the downside, we found the front pocket insecure when the bag was stuffed full though, losing a handful of Torq bars to one particularly steep, rutted descent before we realised what was going on.

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The Slipstream packs a lot in for such a wee bag - separate bladder pocket, an organiser pocket with mesh divider and key clip, one small mesh pocket and a light loop to keep you seen, plus it's short enough on most backs to enable easy access to jersey pockets. The harness is soft and comfy, with velcro strap tidies and chest but no waist strap. On the downside, we found the front pocket insecure when the bag was stuffed full though, losing a handful of Torq bars to one particularly steep, rutted descent before we realised what was going on.

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