These days, just about every portage company has developed some sort of bikepacking bag line, yet in this sea of strap-on bags, Evoc has done something truly unique. Their new bikepacking lineup utilizes a Boa fit system to ensure a stable and versatile attachment. This system is unlike anything else on the market, allowing users to build out their bikepacking setup with ease. Included in this launch are a Boa Fit Seat pack, a Boa Fit Handlebar pack, a multi-fit bag, and a top tube bag. The Boa line will be available in August of this year, while the top tube and multi-fit bags are available now, so keep an eye on Evoc for more information. See some more product sneak peek photo and specs below.
Evoc just dropped a whole lot of new camera packs for 2020 and while the camera backpacks and travel bags look great, my eye was drawn to their new camera hip bag, the Hip Pack Capture 7l.
The 7l has Lots of storage space, with a separate padded compartment for a mirrorless or small DSLR camera, with several mini-compartments, and external lashings for water bottles and a tripod.
Because putting a camera in a hip pack can mean a lot of weight around your waist, the gap between the wearer’s back and the pack can be adjusted using the VENTI FLAP system. There are also ventilation gaps in the padding provide a comfortable fit and allow air circulation.
These packs come in heather grey or light olive and will retail for $100. Expect more information soon from EVOC.
Camera bags for cyclists are a lot harder to design than you’d expect and very few get it right. I’ve used many and never felt inspired to write a review for one reason or another yet over the past few weeks I’ve been using the Evoc CP 18l bag and here I am, inspired enough to share it with y’all.