Reviews

Written by Jack

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ERGON BE3 Enduro backpack is specifically designed for Gravity, Enduro, and All Mountain. 
It has a capacity of 10L and weighs about 1260 gr.
 The BE system adapts this backpack perfectly to the body of the rider.
 It is available in two sizes, and 4 different posterior back contact positions that allow you to better adjust the load on your shoulders.

The chest and waist straps clasp easily, and the adjusters are very useful and well-designed.
 At the bottom of the bag there is a wider and more comfortable adjustable band, with two zipped pockets made of perforated material where you can store small items like your phone or keys.

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At the top, there is a large pocket to insert the BP100 back protector, sold separately (unfortunately!).
 Two zippered pockets nicely keep the helmet straps hidden when you are not using them.
Another pocket in the bottom holds the supplied 2.5 liter water bladder (BH250), or the 1.5 liter that is sold separately.

At its base there is another pocket with two straps for knee or elbow protectors.

As a great added benefit this bag has rain protection, which will be helpful for much of the year.

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Overall, I am really happy with the ERGON BE3, with its small size and great potential.
 This bag is now available on the market. Ergon is offering a well-suited backpack that holds up to their description. There is space for the essentials you need for a full day on your bike.

A backpack, lasts a lifetime: I recommend this amazing BE3 by ERGON!

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