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Look at me looking for advice on retail items (ATM take notes).

My LEATT slimline 2.5L has served me well for more than 2 years but zip is on its way out and the seams are coming out.
Bum bag also worn through and a tad bit bulky for my liking.

Im looking for something slimline and comfy whats out there what are you using pro's and cons.

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I have the Ogio KTM bum bag that has plenty space for everything from tools to medical kit and more and the Ogio replica hydration back pack.



 
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only problem with hydration is it s a 2 litre , but it lasts me well . did not run out of water at matat at all this year and made it to dsp with plenty to spare , 4 hour ride at heidleberg usualy have about 500ml left
 

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only problem with hydration is it s a 2 litre , but it lasts me well . did not run out of water at matat at all this year and made it to dsp with plenty to spare , 4 hour ride at heidleberg usualy have about 500ml left
I use a 2L on short rides but the Ogio easily fits the 3L which I used every day at Matat.
 

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I use a 2L on short rides but the Ogio easily fits the 3L which I used every day at Matat.
i bought a 3 litre lizzard bladder at mata2pont , did not use it but was only 100 randdollar , it fitted in but left it in the coller box at dsp and just filled my 2l .
 

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i bought a 3 litre lizzard bladder at mata2pont , did not use it but was only 100 randdollar , it fitted in but left it in the coller box at dsp and just filled my 2l .
I'll happily buy that 3L bladder as my spare is finished after 10 years!
 

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I have the Ogio KTM bum bag that has plenty space for everything from tools to medical kit and more and the Ogio replica hydration back pack.


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Like this?

https://www.takealot.com/ogio-mx-450-tool-pack-stealth/PLID45242499


Please whatzapp me a nice pic or 6 tonight.


Oom Dean ill buy the acerbis tool belt if I dont find any other options as I dig it but the 2L is a deal breaker for me. You can put 3L bladder in but ive seen it does not take more than 2.3 liters and summer is here!
 

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I use the below for social rides and low distance races.
The criss-cross strap system is awesome, no bouncing and you barely feel the pack on your back.
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/uswe-a3-challenger-20l-hydration-pack

The below I use for long out-rides and long distance races.
Very similar to the above, but obviously can carry more tools and hydration. Although I prefer to carry as little as possible in the pack, and more in my bum-bag.
https://www.uswe-sports.com/us/packs/moto/ranger-9

I've only ever used the below and then a Fox one.
This one sits proper, no jumping around and you can pack a decent amount of tools inside.
https://www.atmotocross.com/products/acerbis-ram-motocross-enduro-mtb-waistpack-bum-bag-green-black-2l
 

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I'll happily buy that 3L bladder as my spare is finished after 10 years!
will go to the national , that oke doing the GPS will be there , and am sure he will bring more , wuill give you mine in the meantime , can always get luke to organise one too .

try speaking to bevin and ask him to try get some , i am sure he is house friends with the owner of Lizzard , cuan cronje
 

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Like this?

https://www.takealot.com/ogio-mx-450-tool-pack-stealth/PLID45242499


Please whatzapp me a nice pic or 6 tonight.


Oom Dean ill buy the acerbis tool belt if I dont find any other options as I dig it but the 2L is a deal breaker for me. You can put 3L bladder in but ive seen it does not take more than 2.3 liters and summer is here!
try using the acebis h20 , also only a 2 litre bladder but the 3 litre fits better as the bag itself is bigger , only thing is it does not have that criss cross harness


 

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Ive heard for ROA one "has" to have a bum bag. True story?

Dean I dig the look on the acerbis ones you posted first. How does the 3L bladder fit in when filled?
 

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Ive heard for ROA one "has" to have a bum bag. True story?

Dean I dig the look on the acerbis ones you posted first. How does the 3L bladder fit in when filled?
the same way the 2 litre does it judt makes the pack fatter
 
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