Freeriders and downhillers often get dehydrated because their bikes don’t have bottle cages and wearing a hydration pack can interfere with any spine protection.
The award-winning Attack hydration pack solves this problem.
The Attack can hold up to three litres of liquid plus plenty of supplies in the roomy main compartment and well designed internal pockets. However, the clever bit is the pack’s built-in articulated spine protector, which means you don’t have to wear separate spine protection. The protector works very well; as long as you do up the stabilising straps, it’s almost as good as a Dainese back protector.
The Attack is also comfortable, light, stable and good looking.
|Name||Name, 0, 10, Name, Attack Backpack|
|Brand||Brand, 0, 20, Brand, Deuter|
|Available Colours||Available Colours, 2, 0, Available Colours, Black Orange Yellow|
|Closure Mechanism||Closure Mechanism, 2, 0, Closure Mechanism, Straps Zip|
|Pocket Types||Pocket Types, 2, 0, Pocket Types, Stash|
|Description||Description, 2, 0, Description, comes equipped with strap compressible attachment flaps|
|Capacity||Capacity, 2, 0, Capacity, 5|
|Features||Features, 2, 0, Features, Shield Backsystem. Gear storage wings. Front stash pocket. Stow-away full face helmet holder. Accepts 3 Liter Streamer. Large main storage compartment. Extra large hip fins for stability|
|Pockets Description||Pockets Description, 2, 0, Pockets Description, big side zip pocket and a small top zip pocket|