Reviews Summary


80% of the Dakine Low Rider reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (20%)
Good (60%)
Average (20%)
Poor (0%)
Bad (0%)


Here's what the reviewers think about the Dakine Low Rider:

Reviewers like these things about the Dakine Low Rider

  • Many users thought the bladder works well and the hose routing and retention is great.
  • One user refer to it as a brilliant nice looking bag.
  • A lot of users agree that it is a simple way to carry essentials without having to wear packs on short ride.
  • Many bikers love it for its well construction, comfortable fit and decent amount of space for personal items.
  • Most riders describe it as the perfect alternative for everyone who prefers to ride without a big backpack.
  • A lot of users particularly liked the back zippered pocket hydration feature of the bag.
  • Others liked the removable hose that is clipped to the waist belt.
  • Many users enjoy how the interior organizer pockets perfectly store a replacement tube, air pump, snack and phone in a fleece-lined pocket.
  • Overall, users chose the bag for its hydration capacity, good construction, comfortable fit, lightweight and convenience.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users said the straps won’t stay tight.
  • Others thought it would’ve been great if it has side pockets for additional storage.



Vs Other Bags


Crowdsourced comparison of the Dakine Low Rider vs the Camelbak Palos.

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Dakine Low Rider vs Camelbak Palos


Dakine Low Rider
Dakine Low Rider

3.60BEST
Based on 5 reviews
Capacity:
Weight:
Price:


Camelbak Palos
Camelbak Palos

3.18
Based on 123 reviews
Capacity: 2.5 l
Weight: 1 oz
Price: $$

  • The Low Rider is rated slightly better than the Palos.
  • In total, we have checked and analyzed 128 reviews of the two bags.

Both bags are available in these colors:
Black
Blue

Only the Palos is available in these colors:
Orange
Yellow

These hip packs are great for outdoors athleticism without the hassle of a heavy backpack. Obviously, you won't have all of the compartments of a hydration backpack available, but you will have the hydration you need in order to keep going.

Both packs give you the hydration you're going to need for exercise and both are conveniently lightweight.

The Palos differs from the Low Rider in terms of more compartments and better load bearing hip belts. It's great for carrying a few small things while you're jogging or stretching.

The Dakine Low Rider is for those who want only the necessities and nothing more. Buy it if you only want your hip pack for hydration and nothing else.





Selected Reviews


Bike Radar

It’s hard to recommend this pack for mountain biking. It’s faffy to use and even when tightened down an uncomfortable amount it’s still prone to bouncing about, on even mildly rough terrain. Add in the rather annoying to access main storage and there’s little to like.

Posted 23 October 2016 by Jon Woodhouse - Read full review

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Last update on 2019-02-22 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API


Last updated on February 10, 2019

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