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The Solistice 10 LR is a fully featured, women's specific MTB pack that moves the weight from your shoulders to your hips. It utilises a 3-litre CRUX reservoir and has 7 litres of storage which makes it sized perfectly for a solid ride. The Low Rider design employs a lumbar reservoir to shift the weight of the water south which drastically increases ease of movement in your upper body. As the water is drained from the reservoir the pack can be pulled tight thanks to two cinch straps incorporated into the waist belt. There is also pockets in the waist belt to make sure your essentials are right where you need them.
Other nifty features are:
Helmet hooks to stow your helmet,
Attachment points for protective gear
A removable tool roll to keep your gear organised and accessible
Velvetex lined, S-curved straps for increased comfort
Slightly shorter back panel for more ergonomic fit
The new CRUX reservoir delivers more water per sip and the whole pack is covered by Camelbak's "Got Your Bak" warranty.
I bought this for my wife as I have a bumbag style pack and love having the weight on my hips. This didnât really work like that as itâs shoulder straps and backboard make this more of a low-slung pack that takes 50% weight on the shoulders. The seperate small hip belts don't have enough body to transfer the load to the hips effectively. In terms of storage the configuration doesnât make good use of the available space. The tool roll didnât fit anywhere useful so is sitting unused. No complaints about the quality but itâs an awkward design thatâs not really an improvement on her exisiting Camelbak.
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