Evoc’s 3L Hip Bag is a tidy looking pack that comes well equipped with a bottle holder, back light clip, cellphone pocket, key holder and hip belt pouch, as well as a 1.5l bladder. £56.95 or £76.95
We really liked the look of their new First Aid Kit. It’s available in two options – regular and pro. Pricing is very hefty though at £44.95 and £74.95.
If you’re after some new pads and have some cash to burn then Fox have released their new Launch Pro D3O elbow and knee pads. They both have a removable D3O pad, have an antibacterial inner and have a replaceable slider pad if you want them to stay looking immaculate. Price is definitely at the top end of the scale at £85 for the elbow pads and £110 for the knee pads.
Camelbak’s new Crux Reservoir is easier to clean with an easier to use valve and features a wider drink tube. the new shape means it will slide inside bags a little easier and as was demonstrated it’s pretty tough.
Giro’s Switchblade comes with a removable chinbar, a spare visor integrated camera mount and 20 vents with internal channeling so cooling is plentiful. We currently have the Switchblade on test so keep your eyes peeled for our First Look.
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