Klim Nac Pack
Klim products are superb!
I love Klim products pretty much over all riding gear - their attention to detail, fit, and finish are in a class all their own. Of course, their gear is expensive, but in my humble opinion, you get what you pay for.
March 16, 2015
Much better than carrying tools in a hip belt!
Really nice to combine the water supply and tool belt into one package. Rides much nicer as a small back pack rather than pulling down your pants!!
September 22, 2014
I have used this pack on a couple of trips now and it is very comfortable. Water storage is great but a full hydro pack will limit storage. The removable tool pouch is useful on its own.
June 26, 2014
Top quality, tons of storage. Even includes a tool pouch, well worth the money.
March 12, 2014
Happy Nac Pack
I've wanted to pick up a Nac Pack for a while. It's quality is just what I expected from Kiim. Excellent fit and finish. Great functionality. I'm trying to figure out what else I can do with the shovel holder. Nice bag.
October 16, 2013
excellent fit to ride in
lots of storage. will hold a variaty of shovels. Very easy to ride in.
April 23, 2013
Great bag but don't be dying of thirst
I was looking for a larger bag to replace my Camelbak MULE. The Nak Pack is perfect size for me, plenty of room in here for my jacket and pants linings, and the dedicated tool bag is great. It's very comfortable and adjustable.
The water bladder design is excellent. Complete removal with a quick snap, no leak, clip on the internal hose at the bottom, and wide opening at the top makes for super easy refilling, draining and cleaning.
My only gripe is with the diameter of the drinking hose, or possibly the bite valve. Not sure what's at fault exactly but don't be dying of thirst when it comes time to drink. Compared with the Camelbak, it takes quite a bit of time and\or effort to get a decent amount of water.
March 25, 2013
Backpack was a bit smaller than I expected, but that doesnt matter because this thing rocks! Its very feature rich and everything is designed with the rider in mind!
December 17, 2012