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I like to have something for the shorter rides when I don't need a full Camelbak and the market has a few 'enduro' options these days. I scored a Camelbak Repack for a great offer and I like it, but it feels like it's made for skinny minnies and I have more back real estate that could be used (I'm 6'7", 250lbs, 38 waist). You know what I mean about that I am sure.
I happened to be in Kohls with the family and spotted a Nike bumbag that seemed huge and, for $35, I picked one up. I haven't ridden with it yet, but there's a compartment that can take a bladder, 2 zipped mesh pockets inside and plenty room.
It might not be perfect, but it feels as if it fits a broader body better and worth sharing. I'll update when I try it.

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That looks like a big bag! Definitely keep us in the loop how it works out!

Right now, I have a Dakine hip pack that I use but I plan to upgrade it to something bigger. I might check out the Osprey hip packs or maybe the Evoc that has a water bladder.
 

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I would avoid them altogether and use more than one low profile bike bag.
Maybe you are some nature wonder, but I always experience heavy sweating underneath those things.


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