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High Sierra Propel 70 Hydration Pack


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Description: High Sierra Propel 70 Hydration Pack

Hydration is critical when you're giving it your all out there on the trail. That's why you need a comfortable and compact water system like the High Sierra Propel 70 Hydration Pack! This versatile little pack holds up to liters of water in the wide opening, BPA-free reservoir, and the hands-free bite valve means you can focus on the trail in front of you while you ride.

Key Features of High Sierra Propel 70 Hydration Pack:
  • Mini-Hexagon Ripstop - 300 x 250-denier Duralite/water resistant coating/hexagon ripstop
  • Add-a-Bag Strap - Allows you to carry two bags at once by securing another bag to the top carry handle of your luggage with a clip-on strap
  • Hands-Free Bite Valve - Hands-free reservoir bite valve
  • Versatile small pack is ideal for keeping you hydrated during road biking, trail running and hiking
  • 2-liter hydration system has a wide opening reservoir for easy filling and cleaning. System is BPA free and antimicrobial
  • Hands-free reservoir pressure valve
  • Insulated water tube helps prevent freezing water
  • Separate, rear access hydration reservoir compartment for quick access
  • Large, front-loading main compartment holds gear
  • Easy-access front pocket for external storage
  • Tuck-away mesh sport flap holds a helmet
  • Add-A-Bag strap system allows a pack to be added to a larger bag
  • HEX-VENT mesh padded back and straps
  • Reflective loop holds a bike LED blinker
  • Capacity - 400 cu. inches
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs
  • Body Dimensions: 18.0" x 10.0" x 9.0"
  • Dimensions: 10.00" x 9.00" x 18.00"
  • Weight: 1.30 pounds

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Is this small enough to not get caught on a chairlift?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Should be good, but with all the different designs on chairlifts, no guarantees!