The Recon S-3 Cross Country Backpack has been designed for intermediate distance rides and is a mid sized pack. The Recon has the flexibility of free load storage space on the outside with increased internal storage above the smaller Sprint R-3. This pack also has a large outer pocket that can hold the Zac Speed tool roll (not supplied) when not used with the optional Matrix Tool Pack. Like the Sprint, the Recon pack is made from durable 1680D Poly fabric to ensure it meets the demands of the tough off-road environment with high quality YBS zips. Three compartment pockets, one internal soft lined goggle pocket and two external technical pockets the Recon has ample storage options for trail rides.
The Recon comes standard with high quality 3 Lt/100oz bladder system with a quick connect hose system. The Recon pack has been designed with a wide vented TPR waist belt system to keep the pack stabilized whilst offering optimal comfort and ventilation. The pack is also equipped with the Zac Speed CONFIGR8 pack system allowing you to customize your pack with other CONFIGR8 elements for superior flexibility and adaptability.
Now in orange/grey Jungle Camo
The Recon Backpack is part of the CONFIGR8 adaptive pack system where you can choose from a number of interchangeable harnesses and waist belt options to configure your pack just the way you want it right when you need it. The CONFIGR8 system allows you the flexibility of adapting the pack to different demands all year round. Whether you need more protection or want it to work with your current protector, whether your wearing a jersey or a jacket the unique heavy duty Configur8 ladder lock system allows you seamless tool free adjustment and interchangeability like no other pack on the planet.
The CONFIGR8 system has been developed over years of research and is based on tried and tested EXOTEC system. It’s not often a truly innovative transformative product comes along that redefines a category such that it requires a new one. Enter the new era of “CONFIGURABLE BACKPACKS” where the backpack is just part of the story, you make up the rest.