SKU: 4010-002-000-600

Quench Pak

3 Reviews
$79.99
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We built the Quench Pak to be light and fast and keep you hydrated without weighing you down. Equally at home on the race circuit as mountain single track, carry your water with you without restricting your range of motion or weighing you down.
  • LOW PROFILE HYDRATION BACKPACK
  • INCLUDED 1.5L/2L KLIM HYDRAPAK® RESERVOIR WITH SHAPE-SHIFT BAFFLE
  • KLIM® HARNESS SYSTEM
  • 3M™ SCOTCHLITE™ REFLECTIVE MATERIAL
  • EVA MOLDED BACK PAD
  • EMERGENCY WHISTLE
  • BITE VALVE RETENTION CLIP
  • VENTILATED FOAM
  • CAN CONNECT TO THE SCRAMBLE PAK FOR MODULAR UPGRADE
  • INTERNAL ZIPPERED MESH POCKET
  • CAN ATTACH THE KLIM TOOL PAK (NOT INCLUDED)
  • COMPRESSION STRAPS
  • YKK® HEAVY DUTY ZIPPERS
  • 1.5”x9”x15”

  • Ratings & Reviews

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    Last hydration pack you will ever need!!

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    Was skeptical about the size and comfort of this bag in comparison to its predecessor the KLIM Fuel Pak. Well of course KLIM does NOT disappoint!!! Such a superior upgrade with more comfort and storage the only negative thing I have to say is I just recently found out that KLIM now only has a 1 year warranty on their products?!

    Last pack you'll need AND still with product lifetime guarantee

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    Love this pack and I checked the warranty and it's still product lifetime.

    Klim Quench Pak - great pack but needs slight improvement

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    The material and overall design is durable, light and compact, working exactly as it should. The only thing I don't like about it has to do with the hooks on the bottom corners of the pack (made to attach to the Scramble Pak). The hooks tuck away inside the pack, in the main cargo area. This means the holes in the bottom corners are open for small things to fall out of the pack along the bottom, and for debris to enter the pack through those openings if you set it down on the ground. The main area of the bag is made for a hydration bladder, with only a small mesh pocket for items. In other words, if you decide to forego the hydration bladder in favor of more storage, keep all small items (<2"Ø) inside the zippered mesh pocket, otherwise they could fall out the bottom and become lost. It would be nice if Klim would sew some material over the holes so that you could still push the hooks inside the pack, but the recessions would be separate from the main cargo area.