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It does come with quite a weight penalty, but if you are riding hard and taking risks, the Evoc could be the pack for you.

Score 9

The Osprey Viper 9 allows organised carrying and can be loaded up for all-day riding, but it works best when travelling fast and light.

Score 9

The result is a pack where the weight is low down and held right against your body, meaning there is very little movement once it is in place. >>> Click…

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The Fox was the only other pack instantly flagged up by the testers as being as stable as the Camelbak Volt over steep and technical ground. Although it doesn’t have…

Score 9

The Osprey’s semi-rigid reservoir made for easy handling, and the zip around the reservoir compartment and down the shoulder guide makes it the simplest to remove and refill. A strong…

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As a very expensive trail pack, with an impressive design pedigree, we had high hopes for the Mavic Crossmax Hydropack 15. The large hip belt and wide padded shoulder straps were…

Score 9