Leatt A4 Hydration pack
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    Leatt A4 Hydration pack

    by Saintwho » Thu Mar 12, 2015 8:44 am

    Leatt Black/Red/White A4 Hydration Pack

    just ordered this, can't find a single review online about it but it seems to be just about what I need. It's not easy finding a good backpack, we need a new thread for it for sure :) I will give my opinion on it after I use it a time or two.

    Ummmm, new to me 2005 crf 450r owner! Might be my first post, nice to meet everyone. First time back on a bike since my accident in 2003, street bike and crushed by a lady that didn't see me. Grew up riding just been on a break, Thanks for all the info I am pulling from the site. I can't stop buying ., might need to call a hotline.
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    by riddler9 » Thu Mar 12, 2015 1:51 pm

    It is really a USWE that is being OEM'd for Leatt. It is a good pack (we own 2, one USWE branded, on Leatt branded) but we have run into a major issue on 1 unit (Leatt) where the cap/hose fitting for the hydration bag leaks. There does not appear to be any way to tighten it, and thus far I have not found a replacement. I will likely have to contact USWE directly.

    Cool that you are back on a bike 8-) Injuries just plain suck!
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    by riddler9 » Thu Mar 12, 2015 1:55 pm

    So scratch the need to find a replacement part of my post - just checked and Leatt now has it listed on their site (:
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    by Saintwho » Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:19 pm

    awesome man.... yeah well I started in the dirt and never really had any issues, I am older now... more responsible yadada and I just plain miss it. Was going to just get a quad and call it a day... maybe I still will... but I am gonna ride my bike for a while before I do :)

    Being from Louisiana, I am pretty new to the desert and things of this nature, my buddy insisted one of the most important things I need is a hydration backback.. I have gone out 3 times so far, not desert and yep I could see he was right. then looking at reviews online it seems any of them for MX were from 2-3 years ago. This one seems good, 0 reviews! So thanks for yours

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