First Look | EVOC Presents Its New Products For 2016
Everyone agrees that having to head off on a quick post-work ride with a huge backpack sucks! Thankfully, the guys and girls at EVOC share this opinion and that’s why they’ve now expanded their Stage collection. First launched last year and already a winner of the Design & Innovation Award, there are now two more models in the collection. What’s more, the Munich-based company have just released yet another super compact and lightweight backpack, the CC 3L Race, which is particularly suited for marathon riders.
EVOC CC 3L Race
Your pulse is racing, your muscles are burning, and you’re regretting not having put your jacket on as the headwind picks up. Stopping and digging into your backpack isn’t an option – this is a race. Occasions like this are one of the reasons that inspired EVOC to develop their new CC 3L Race backpack. This minimal model isn’t just incredibly lightweight and well ventilated, but it gives quick and easy access to all your race essentials.
EVOC Stage 3L & Stage 6L
At last year’s Eurobike, EVOC seized the chance to present the Airflow Contact System, which makes up the back part of the backpack. Back then, it was only used in the Stage 12l and Trace 18l, but now the Munich-based team have expanded this collection to make use of this supremely ventilated back section with the addition of two further models and the formal inclusion of the 18L into the Stage family.
Both new backpacks will be launched at Eurobike with all the colour options. The Stage 3L backpack will retail at 115 € with a 2 litre bladder, and the 6L model with bladder will cost 125 €.
First Aid Kit
Along with experts from the Alpine Association, EVOC have developed a comprehensive first aid kit. Unlike others of its kind, this one will primarily contain the urgent essentials for mountain accidents. This includes a self-adhesive plaster/steri-strip/butterfly stitch, a crepe bandage and sufficient strapping bandages amongst others. Prices are TBA.
For more information visit: evocsports.com
Text & Photos: Christoph Bayer