Lezyne All Pack Water Carrier

4.67/5 (3 Reviews)


Product Description

The Lezyne Allpack maximizes storage, organization, and comfort. Specially tailored compartments accommodate tools, accessories, armor, your mp3 player, and up to six litres of water. The Float Y shoulder strap enhances comfort and adjustability to a double-padded rear panel with our Vectorflow ventilation system. An adjustable helmet strap fits all sizes, including full face models.


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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ReynoldsCahoon a Weekend Warrior from Pocatello, Idaho, USA

Date Reviewed: September 15, 2008

Strengths:    Awesome float strap adjustability. Nice for carrying heavy loads. Big reservoir nice for all day rides.

Weaknesses:    nothing yet...

Bottom Line:   
Awesome pack, to sum it up, it can carry most anything, plenty of reservoir, lightweight, totally adjustable, totally worth it!

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $80.00

Purchased At:   Barries Sports

Similar Products Used:   Blackburn

Bike Setup:   K2 Beast

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Fbrakes a Downhiller from Big Sky

Date Reviewed: September 14, 2008

Strengths:    Plenty of room for pads and body armor and a full face helmet carry. Very adjustable harness gives good weight distrubution when hauling a bunch of gear. Huge bladder for all day epics. Well organized compartments

Weaknesses:    damn waterproof zippers always break after one season of use they are starting to go. Sometimes the zipper breaks apart when zipped.

Bottom Line:   
If your a freerider that doesn't mind peddling up but need something to carry all your pads and full face this bag is sweet. I am still disapointed they went with those waterproof zippers the teeth are so fine they aren't very durable. I've owned multiple jackets with these zippers and they always break before the jacket is even worn out. Hopefully they will warranty this pack and change the zippers next year. Otherwise a very nice well thought out product.

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Favorite Trail:   United States

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $90.00

Purchased At:   cambria.com

Similar Products Used:   camel back bags

Bike Setup:   07' Banshee chaparral, 66, Deetrax, avid codes, sram x7, e-13 DRS guide. danger boy stem and levers.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Braboett a Cross Country Rider from Tempe, AZ, USA

Date Reviewed: July 7, 2008

Strengths:    COMFORT, Tons of room,

Weaknesses:    Too heavy if fully loaded.

Bottom Line:   
Great bag for the price, most will probably think it's a bit too big, but it's perfect for longer rides and is Extremely comfortable and will not kill your back. So far i love it.

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Favorite Trail:   National

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $99.00

Purchased At:   Online

Similar Products Used:   Eddie Bauer cheapy from Target. Was too small.

Bike Setup:   08 Cobia Fisher.

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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Hydration pack all gunky from 6 months of neglect

Hi guys, I suffered an ankle injury last year and took a long rest to help recover. My ankle doesn't feel the same anymore, but I have been told that I should get back into cycling. So, I took out my backpack and there was green stuff over the zippers, and the hydration bladder had black slime in ... Read More »

Pack for all day rides.

I currently I ride with Lobo on all my rides. I like the water capacity (100oz) and storage to a degree. It has enough for small rides and has served me well on 2 trips to WV. However I may be planning a trip to Moab and would like something with more capacity. I don't know if the big hydration ... Read More »

12 Pack Assorted Colorado Beer All Cans

A few weekends ago my buddies brought a 12'er of all microbrews from different breweries in Colorado, all in CANS, to a race at SolVista..... such a great idea and delicious assortment. But now I cant seem to find that damm 12 pack anywhere. Anybody know where to find it or seen it around?! Chee ... Read More »

Do it all pack? X-Post

Any have any suggestions for a backpack that can be used for (ready?) commuting, day-pack, light-hike, college books, with water bladder and possibility of rain resistance? My school backpack is almost 10 years old and the zippers are falling apart. It's time for an upgrade.Read More »

Do it all pack.

Any have any suggestions for a backpack that can be used for (ready?) commuting, day-pack, light-hike, college books, with water bladder and possibility of rain resistance? My school backpack is almost 10 years old and the zippers are falling apart. It's time for an upgrade.Read More »

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