Lezyne Great Divide Water Carrier

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $134.99

Product Description

Lezyne Great Divide Hydration Pack: The Great Divide satisfies a different breed. Features insulation for your drink, a breathable pocket for wet items, extra adjustability and enough room to keep more than one person happy. The Great Divide can

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Hutch3637 a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: May 15, 2012

Strengths:    Great pack for an all day ride. All the compartments inside are labeled to make setting up what you need to carry simple. The main compartment holds the bladder 100L with an insulator layer to keep your water cold. The space in front of the bladder for a jacket or spare clothes. Next opening is for electronics. Moving down the pack is another storage area where your tools, co2, pumps, wallet. This area also has spots for spare tubes and food. Below that is a spandex opening which I haven't used. There are also clips to hold your helmet and pads. On the lower section is an open air compartment great for putting wet clothes or extra gloves. The side compartments are great for holding lights. All the zippers feature a U type ykk zippers that allows for easy opening. Moving on the back is a raised padded area with mesh to make sure air breathes down your back which it does. The padding is removable and also features aluminum spines to bend to the contour of your back. The straps are V shaped so no cutting into the neck nor does this pack rest all on your back. It rest on your shoulders and after four hours of continues riding no back pain. The bladder hose screws on making cleaning a breeze and mouth piece can be flipped to either side via 90 degree turn of the mouth piece. Overall I'm highly impressed with this pack and would recommend this pack for anyone looking for an all day pack.

Weaknesses:    The weaknesses of this pack for me is the bladder. It holds the right amount of water I need but the opening is sometimes a PITA. It's more of a big zip lock bag then your normal Camelbak which I'm used to and if you want to fill up fast I would suggest getting a different bladder.

Bottom Line:   
Great pack for an all day ride with a miniscule weakness with the bladder. Even at under a months use this pack is far better then any of my previous packs.

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Favorite Trail:   Dirt ones

Price Paid:    $120.00

Purchased At:   Plaines bike & son

Similar Products Used:   Camelbak Mule Mil-spec, Camelbak cloud walker, and Camelbak Sabre Mil-spec.

Bike Setup:   SF 100 AL Pro

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