Reviews Summary


88% of the Source Spinner reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (50%)
Good (38%)
Average (0%)
Poor (12%)
Bad (0%)


Here's what the reviewers think about the Source Spinner:

Reviewers like these things about the Source Spinner

  • Others love the adjustable bungee cord for external storage.
  • Some reviewers like how the internal cargo pocket expands to hold some essentials.
  • Many riders laud its lightweight cycling hydration system.
  • Others find the mesh pocket perfect for helmet.
  • Some reviewers like the breathable hip belt for added comfort and stability.
  • Many reviewers find the bite valve easy to use and the bladder itself indestructible.
  • A number of users find the smaller compartment in the front good for quick-grab items like cell phone, camera or snacks.
  • Others thought it has great weight distribution.
  • Well made, great strap adjustment, good bladder, expandability, hip pockets and light weight are cited as the main reasons for choosing this pack.
  • Many users find it extremely comfortable to run with.
  • A lot of users like how the drink tube unclips for ease of removal.
  • Many riders are pleased that it carries enough water for a long ride, plus a good volume of storage pockets for food bars, wet weather gear and some medical gear, without becoming a full sized back pack.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some reviewers find it too expensive.
  • Others thought the straps and position of the pockets are messed up.

Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Source Spinner models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight0.95 oz (0.4 kg)





Popular Models


Source Spinner Pro Race

100% choose the Source Spinner Pro Race

100 %
Colors and combinations:

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Selected Reviews


Bike Radar

Lightweight racing pack one day and short daytrip pack the next. Good, but not without faults.

Posted 22 February 2014 by David Rome - Read full review

Bike Radar

The simple Source clip-top bladder is easily accessed via the full length zip pocket. Wrestling a full 1.5 litres can be a bit of a struggle, but once it's in there the pack's nice and stable on its airflow back pad, despite the lack of a waist strap.

Posted 21 June 2007 by BikeRadar - Read full review

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