- T.O.R.O. Protector 14 100 oz Hydration Pack
Ride with confidence and take your trail skills to the next level with the new T.O.R.O.™ 14. Designed for affordable protection that doesn't compromise on performance, it features a center back CE Level II protector in addition to 11-liters of cargo space and the best reservoir in the industry, the 3-liter Crux™. Now mountain bikers of all abilities have an option to demand more from their hydration pack. From the integrated tool organization to the stability belt and dual sternum straps, every feature of the T.O.R.O.™ 14 is engineered to keep you on the mountain longer and ready for anything.
- 3L CRUX™ Reservoir: Faster flow rate powers longer adventures
- Center Back CE Level II Protector: Helps absorb impact in a crash
- Helmet and Armor Carry: Stow and secure a full-face helmet, knee and elbow pads
- Fixed Stability Belt with Cargo Compression: Securely compacts your cargo and keeps the pack tight to your back
- Dual Sternum Straps: Chest straps cinch the impact protector snugly against your back
Collection: Mountain Bike Impact Protector™
Activity: Mountain Biking
Hydration Capacity: 3L/100 oz
Hydration Type: CRUX™ Reservoir with Quicklink™ System
BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
Quick Link Disconnect: Yes
Gear Capacity: 11L/670 cu in
Pack Weight: 840 g/1lb 13 oz
Dimensions: 48 x 26 x 24 cm / 18.9 x 10.2 x 9.4 in
Fits torso: 43-55 cm/17-21 in
Number of exterior pockets: 3
CE Level II Protection
The center back CE Level II protector helps absorb impact in a crash and helps protect against minor injuries.
Dual Sternum Straps
The dual adjustable sternum straps hold your pack and back protection in place over bumpy terrain.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gixer from Excellent fit, well organized. This bag is just the right size for my needs and provides a very comfortable fit. I am 5'9" with a medium sized frame. The T.OR.O. 14 allows me to store and organize everything I need to take on the trail with me. I was looking to replace an older hydration pack that only had two main pockets. I put it off for some time and now wish I hadn't because hydration packs have come a long way since my previous purchase. As far as organization goes. The problem with having pockets/voids with no way to organize your items is that everything you place in these pockets gets jostled during your ride. I hated putting my smartphone in my bag and hoping an air pump or other item wouldn't damage my screen. I was always worried about the gauge faces on pumps being damaged as well. Not to mention having to dig through your pack to find items you need while on the trail, that gets old very fast. The pack is very adjustable, has a good amount of features as well as a great build quality. I am really glad I pulled the trigger on this bag!
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by Edmad from Chili with cheese Camelbacks don’t leak.( if u close the valve). Huge advantage over the others.
Date published: 2020-08-28