Made for for trail runners wanting to carry their belongings and water (1L water bladder included)
Ideal for hydrating or snacking while trail running with several front pockets!Available in 3 sizes: XS/S and M/L
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Capacity10L storage distributed in front and rear pockets + smartphone pocket
Pockets10 pockets: 6 front pockets (food and water bladder) , 4 rear pockets
Lightweight285g without water bladder
Anatomic designAvailable in 3 sizes: XS/S and M/L
Stability3 adjustable chest straps + 2 side straps for better stability
Ease of useFront pockets, easy to reach, for 2 x 500ml water bladders (not included)
Easy hydrationCapacity:1L water bladder (included) + 2 x 500ml water bladders (not included)
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

water bladder
Volume: 1 litre Length: 30cm Width: 16cm hose length: 100cm.
System for carrying poles
System of elastic straps at the front and rear of the bag for carrying 3-section trail poles.
Safety whistle
110 decibels stored in a small chest pocket compulsory for many races (TRAIL RUNNING)
(1L water bladder included)
-20°C< t°C water
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Yoke : 74.0% Polyester (PES), Yoke : 26.0% Elastane Back fabric : 80.0% Polyamide (PA), Back fabric : 20.0% Elastane Lining : 90.0% Polyester (PES), Lining : 10.0% Polyurethane (PU)

Product test
At DECATHLON, our products are tested by a panel of users under the real-life conditions they were designed for.These tests are organised by a team of technicians dedicated to this task. The product managers, engineers and the entire running team use the results of all these tests to develop, create and design technical products that will satisfy our runners.

Stockage tips
Water bladder:never leave water in the bladder for over 24 hours, rinse thoroughly with fresh water and leave to dry before storing.


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Good cheap pack
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
This is a good cheap pack with a few modifications it would be excellent
Theres plenty of pockets enough to carry food and equipment for 4 or 5 hrs trail running, probably longer but i haven't tried running that long yet, the bladder looks cheap and primitive but works extremely well, the pack is very comfortable no chaffing
Bad points they need to make a large to extra large model to suit 44" plus chest sizes and the side elastic have little adjustment on them
Excellent piece of kit for money
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Good back pack for money, plenty of pockets/ storage.
useful, comfortable, high quality, value for money
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
This is very useful for day long treks, pockets and storage options are quit nifty. Built in bladder is 1L only, there are two pockets on the side to keep 500ml bottles (extra).
Very adjustable straps.
Not yet use the loops for walking sticks maybe in future
Used for 3 to 6 months
Brilliant backpack. Can carry everything you’ll ever need plus very light.
Used for 3 to 6 months
Good value for money
Superb for the trails
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
I've put this to the test and it really is good for the trails, storage is brilliant and looks good
Used for 2 to 8 weeks
Just updated my older Kalenji backpack. This has more easily reachable pockets at front, my Kalenji bottles fit better and with the different size options it fits even better.
I have tried top of the range vests this does everything for a fraction of the cost. I never use the bladder in these bags, perhaps an option without, lowers the cost and the waste.
Great pack but sizes too big for most women
Used for 3 to 6 months
I love this pack. I've used it to train for and run a marathon. In addition to the bladder I use a 500ml silicon water bottle in the front. Plenty of space for gels, snacks, raincoat and your wallet. My only dislike is the sizing. I have the xs/s size and it's slightly too big, even with the straps tightened as far as they go. I am 175cm and 70kg - bigger than the average woman - so I think most women would find it too large. Decathlon I recommend you review your size range.
Perfect Trail bag for starters.
Used for 7 to 12 months
I have now used this bag for approximately 600 miles of running.
I took it on all my training runs getting ready for Race To The Stones (100km) it carried all gear required.
I recently completed Hardmoors Goathland 28 miles and it carried all mandatory kit and then my “what if” kit.

My typical run pack has:
First aid kit, Poop kit, Jacket, Gels, Salt tabs, spare socks, cup, snacks, poles, tape.

Two negatives I found are:
The hanging loop stands up and touches the back of my neck, which after 30 miles ca get on your nerves, simple fix, I cut it off.
Secondly the loops designed for carrying poles don’t much like the telescopic style of collapsing poles and only really hold folding poles well enough.

In summary a great starter bag with many pockets, some hard to get to without removing pack but holds all you need on a budget.

I have given 5 stars as it’s a bargain.
Used for More than 2 years
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