MSR Enduro Pak

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MSR Racing Enduro Pak

Our large competition fanny pack features a large cargo area combined with an ergonomic tools storage compartment. This pak has been the choice of countlessriders and many champions. One of the most imitated paks in history, the Enduro Tool Pak is standard equipment for National Champions like Barry Hawk and Jason Raines.

  • Wide, tapered and padded belt along with an impact resistant nylon insert for increased comfort
  • 1680 D Ballistic and 845 D accent nylon with PU backing and closed cell foam padding
  • Secondary front compartment , YKK® zippers and Duraflex hardware
  • Map pocket and external anti-slip waist pad
  • Zippered belt compartments
  • Clear inside pockets
  • Removable work surface
  • Universal Attachment System, compatible with all other MSR removable pak components
  • Dual strap cinching stabilizer
  • Dimensions: 4.75”(H) x 10”(W) x 3.75”(D)
  • Item # 5828
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This pack is a nice size and very well constructed. The only improvements I can think of would be to shorten the useless straps (or eliminate them entirely)that wrap around the pack and to perhaps give us some color options. Also, my pack did not have a pad in it, though it does have a compartment for one. Fortunately, I was able to take the foam rubber pad out of an old YOKO pack and it fit perfectly.

Steve - December 10, 2015

(Shasta Lake, CA)

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MSR Racing Enduro Pack

Good size. Not too cumbersome yet large enough to carry the essential tools plus some. Decent pad to protect your back. Material is strong and seems to be holding up. Waist belt is one-size-fits-all and smaller waists will have a lot of excess strap to deal with. I cut off 18" and re-sewed the ends. Same problem with all packs though.

D. Howard - August 9, 2007

(Yorba Linda, CA)