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Comments about Salomon Agile 12 Set Hydration Pack:
I use this for trail running, mountain running, day hikes and short(all weather) to day long(warm weather) xc ski outings. It's very comfortable. It barely moves at all when running/jumping. There is more storage capacity than the size would have you believe. Plenty of room for a light puffy layer, wind shell and some smaller items in the main compartment. The side pouches are bigger than any other pack I've used, and extend up behind the waist belt pockets. I've used the extra lashing points around the outside to add cord so that I can cinch down an extra jacket. The side zippered bladder compartment is easy to access and the bladder is easy to refill. I've never bothered to use the clip at the top of that compartment to keep the bladder vertical and haven't had any problems related to my refusal to do so.
Only downside I've found so far is that the bite valve has very slow flow. You've gotta work to suck water out of it.
It would be nice if the shoulder straps would more easily accept attachments for water bottles, but it's a minimalist pack and designed around a bladder, so that's not a downside.
I've also had my phone jettison out of the non zippered belt pouch while running down a mountain. My fault for not putting it in the zippered side, but worth mentioning as a heads up that heavier and more rigid items can bounce out of that pouch when running.
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