DaKine Drafter

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Great for quick rides after work, the compact Dakine Drafter 12L Hydration Pack with its 100 fl. oz. reservoir has enough room for tubes, tools and energy snacks to keep you in the saddle.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Dakine Men's Drafter 12L Hydration Pack With Reservoir FEATURES of the Dakine Men's Drafter 12L Hydration Pack With Reservoir Shape-Loc hydration reservoir with Plug-N-Play disconnect New high flow Blaster bite valve Air Mesh suspended back panel Breathable ergonomic shoulder straps Full face or trail helmet carry Armor carry straps Internal organizer pockets Fleece lined sunglass pocket Magnetic hydration hose clip Reflective logo

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Make long rides easier with DaKine's Drafter hydration pack, which keeps you well hydrated and prepared for anything with an included 3-liter hydration reservoir, a helmet and armor carry system, and a spacious main compartment with tons of organizing features. Available Colors: CHARCOAL, HOUNDSTOOTH, RIVER ROCK, SHEBA, SKYLAR, DOTS, OLIVE, ANNABELLE, BLACK RIPSTOP.

- Sierra Trading Post

Odds are decent you won't need a ton of extra layers when you're spending the day pounding Moab singletrack, but you will need to stay hydrated under that raging sun, which is the name of the Dakine Drafter Pack's game. It has room for a windbreaker, but its bread and butter is the three-liter Shape-Loc hydration reservoir, which holds enough juice to keep your gullet moistened during long summer rides. The Drafter also boasts an absurd number of pockets, from a padded phone pocket to a fleece-lined sunglasses pocket to a pump sleeve to three more internal organizers, which can hold tubes, snacks, sunscreen, hex keys, a map, and then some. There's also a carrying system on the back for a full-face or XC helmet and a rescue whistle on the sternum strap if you end up miles from anywhere and need to signal a friendly rescue lizard.

- Backcountry.com