Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Whether you're ripping up the singletrack or hunting for pow, the DaKine Drafter hydration pack will ensure a steady supply of hydration, courtesy of a 100 fl.oz. BPA-free reservoir with angled bite valve. Available Colors: BLACK, CYPRESS, RED, STENCIL, TIMBER, CAMO, HIGGINS, MARKER CAMO, SPORTSMAN.

- Sierra Trading Post

Sized for short trips on burly mountain bike trails, the rugged AC Series DAKINE Drafter hydration pack offers enough room for small extras and includes a 100 fl. oz. reservoir. Breathable pack panel features channeled, mesh-covered foam to maximize breathability; sternum strap and removable waistbelt add stability. Expandable exterior pocket accommodates a standard or full-face helmet. Armor carry straps neatly stash out of the way when not in use. 100 fl. oz. hydration reservoir with 45deg angled bite valve and quick-disconnect tube features a large opening so you can fill it easily. Separate compartment for hydration reservoir makes it easy to load and unload; insulating foam helps keep liquids cold. Fleece-lined padded phone pocket; internal organizer pockets; fleece sunglasses pocket; integrated rescue whistle in sternum strap. Closeout.


The DaKine Drafter 12L is a full function hydration bag. Its slim design makes for a low profile and a comfortable fit. The well vented and breathable Dri-Mesh back panel and shoulder straps keep you cool when things get hot. Internal organization pockets include a fleece lined sunglasses pocket, MP3 pocket, and tube/pump sleeves. The external straps were designed to carry a full face or XC helmet and body armor.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

A fashionable yet practical riding hydration pack, Dakine's Drafter combines street cred with tire tread.


DaKine Men's Drafter

previously retailed for:
$56.73 - $79.95

The DaKine Men's Drafter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 14, 2016 at Sierra Trading Post.

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