Ever since watching Easton's Aaron Bradford video (below) I've been on the look out for a decent bum bag. I love riding without a backpack on shorter rides but I still need to rock tools, tubes and pump. Dakine's new Enduro Hip Pack is what I've/you've been missing but I/you didn't actually know it yet. It's just the right size, not too big, not too small and keeps your back free and well ventilated, there's a few divider pockets to keep things separate and the best bit is when you want to access it you can just swing it around. It's from the 2014 Dakine range and you won't be able to buy them locally until the new year but maybe if you're keen to place a pre-order we can load them into the shop... But you'd need to let us know if you're serious in the comments section below... They also come in black.
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