Salomon Agile Water Carrier

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Salomon Agile 17 Hydration Pack Light weight, stretch-fit 17L pack for trail running, moves with your body and snugly carries essentials for all-day trail runs, mtn bike adventures, or highly active sports. Salomon Agile 17 Hydration Pack Features: P.A.C.E. FIT. Airvent AGILITY. Harness construction. LITE shoulder straps. Motion belt. Twin link. Compression front lifter. 1 main compartment. 2 compressible side mesh pockets. 1 removable chest pocket. 2 belt zipped pockets. 1 internal zipped pocket. Easy access bottle lateral storage. 4D reservoir compartment. Custom system. 4D Pole holder. Reflective. Whistle. Salomon Agile 17 Hydration Pack Specifications: Weight: nbsp;416 g. Volume: 17L Dimensions: 45.5 x 25 x 17cm Fabrics: 70D PA*210T Ripstop PU / 100D PA honeycomb. Buy Salomon Agile 17 Hydration Pack from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

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