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    Looking for a hip pack...

    Hip pack, lumbar pack, fanny pack... whatever they are called, I am looking for something specific. I would like something a bit smaller with a bottle holder built in. The catch is that the bottle holder needs to be accessible without turning the pack around or any tomfoolery like that. I would really like a way to carry a few food items and 3rd bottle for endurance racing, so the bottle needs to be able to be used on the go. I see a lot of packs with a spot for a bottle, but the reviews all say that you can't really get the bottle back into the pack without stopping and turning the bag around.

    Does anything like this exist? I absolutely hate throwing my 3rd bottle in my rear jersey pocket because it tugs on the jersey and gets super uncomfortable.

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    EVOC Hip Pack Race 3L may work for you.
    http://www.evocsports.com/products/b.../hip-pack-race
    Last edited by GPeek; 10-05-2018 at 01:34 AM.

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    There might be something useful in this thread...

    https://ridemonkey.bikemag.com/threa....280652/page-2
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    late to the party but i got one of these recently and its been great: https://www.rei.com/product/143338/o...pack-15-liters

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    Dakine hotlaps 2L is what I use and it may work for you. Itís unobtrusive and the right size for when you just want to carry the essentials. With a little practice I have no problem accessing and returning the water bottle on the left hip holder. Hated the bladder hip packs cause the noticeable weight. The 2L is light even with a bottle and if you drink that one first it gets back to being Stealthy in no time. Basically stopped wearing a camelback after purchasing my first one two years ago.

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