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Bare essentials for quick sessions.

When you sneak out of the office for a quick midday ride, keep your load light with the Dakine Session Hydration Pack. It has a compact main compartment with enough room to fill up your reservoir with water and stuff a light jacket in case it rains, and fleece-lined front pockets secure your sunglasses, phone, keys, and other small essentials.

  • DriMesh back panel and shoulder straps allow air to flow through to keep you cool
  • Tough 630D nylon fabric is rugged and tear-resistant
  • Two-liter (67oz) Shape-Loc reservoir holds plenty of water for a quick outing
  • Removable waist-belt provides a snug fit
  • Fleece-lined sunglass pocket and padded phone pocket keep small items safe and sound

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Can you use a 3L bladder in the session?

Can you use a 3L bladder in the session?

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Looks like they are still only letting you get away with a 2L reservoir in this pack.

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DAKINE is an American Outdoor Clothing Company founded in Hawaii. They have been in business since 1979 and are still coming up with better and better stuff each year. This particular bag was originally designed as a light weight biking backpack that could carry all of your essentials and nothing more. The company pushed to make this product no more than 8 liters to accomplish these goals. To adhere to the small lightweight design it is made to comfortably carry a 70 ounce 2 liter reservoir. I am sure you could push for a 100 ounce reservoir but you may have issues since you would be going outside of the initial design of the bag. Personally I would just carry a 2 liter reservoir and a 21 ounce or 40 ounce hydro flask vacuum bottle filled with several ice cubes and water. You can use the initial 2 liters during high output activities then when you stop, relish in the fact that you will have 21-40 ounces if ice cold water waiting on you regardless of how hot it is outside.

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If your completely put off by the fact it was not designed to hold a 100 ounce 3 liter bladder then I would recommend the Arcteryx Aerios 7 Daypack. The quality and attention to detail show in every seam of the pack. The Arcteryx staff tested the Source WXP 100 ounce 3 liter bladder in the Aerios 7, 10, and 14 and they all fit it perfectly. As a day pack or something to wear while on a bike I don't think it get's much better than that.