Hike, Bike & Run: Selecting your Multi-Sport Pack

Never before have we had so much access to so much information regarding outdoor activities. At a drop of a hat we can research mountain biking trails, hiking routes, running segments and even areas that suit all three. This has opened up opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to experience the full breadth of activities that before seemed daunting both physically and technically. There’s also a wealth of training information available as well. No longer do we have to feel overwhelmed by our lack of experience in a certain activity. With guidance from renowned athletes, hobbyists and even the community as a whole, we can move between new challenges with ease.

If you’re looking for some of this guidance and inspiration, why not take a look at some of our own blogs:

Multi-Sport Packs

If you need a strong all-rounder to accompany you on Mountain Biking trips, day-hikes, and trail runs then the Escapist has got you covered. It has the accessibility and organisation to support you on a day-hike while also utilising the AirScape™ backsystem and BioStretch™ hipbelt/ harness to provide a close and stable fit for biking and run commutes. An integrated raincover, reflective graphics and zippered pockets will also support you across all three activities.

Pack featured in this image: Escapist


If you’re looking for something with a slightly stronger bike focus, be that Mountain or commute, but still want the option of something that can handle day hikes and occasional runs, then Syncro is your pack. It has a highly ventilated AirSpeed™ trampoline suspended mesh backpanel that will keep you cool no matter how far and fast you go. It also comes equipped with an internal tool/ spares organiser, reflective graphics and stretch side/ front pockets for storing your essentials.

Packs featured in this image: Syncro & Sylva


If you’re looking to dedicate your time to hiking, biking or running or have a major expedition or event, then activity specific packs (with their wealth of activity specific features) are definitely the way to go. If you need versatility for a range activities then don’t be afraid to go Multi-Sport.



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