Henty Enduro 2.0 Pack Review

Henty Enduro Pack

Hip packs and on the bike storage to minimize schweaty backs seem to be all the rage now.  I’ve enjoyed my fanny packs for shorter rides, but for bigger rides, they just are not able to carry enough for me.  Unless you still have jersey pockets, where do you put all your crap?   A crossbreed hip pack and the traditional pack seems like a great idea.  The Henty Enduro Pack attempts to make that connection with room for 3 liters of water and gear storage in an oversized fanny pack with shoulder straps.

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Henty Enduro 2.0 | $129 | 3L/100 oz bladder included | 750 grams


Upon first slipping on the Henty pack, its comfort is immediately noticeable.  The waist belt doesn’t need to be as tight as a traditional waist belt and the soft mesh back is hardly noticeable.  With weight low around the waist, the pack stays put on the downhills.  There is definitely no chance of your pack hitting you in the back of the head like some others when going down the steeps.

Henty Enduro Pack

There are tons of storage options with the Henty pack, but you don’t just have the one deep pocket like most packs.  I see this as a good thing since I tend to lose and forget about all the things at the bottom of my pack till I suddenly realize my pack weighs more than my bike.  The multiple storage options and pockets help organize and keep things in plain sight since many of the pockets are mesh.

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Henty Enduro Pack Inside
The Henty is great for seeing all your goods without rifling through deep pockets.

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Henty Enduro Pack pockets
Hip Pockets are a nice touch, but I wish they were a little larger – ideally large enough for a phone.  Elastic loops provide another point to secure your goods.  I’m not sure I would trust them to hold anything important though.


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  • Comfortable and stays put even on the steeps
  • Great storage options to easily find all your gear
  • Hydration tube routing makes it easy to drink
  • High-quality construction with 5ooD Cordura feels like it will hold up well

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  • No quick and easy access to phone
  • Shoulder straps roll when putting the pack on requiring twisting them back
  • Kind of funny looking

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Henty Enduro Pack
The hydration hose guides give a few options to both the left and right depending on where you want your hose.

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Henty Enduro Pack
Velcro fasteners to keep extra straps tidy is a nice touch.  Good thing, since there is a generous amount of strap to fit even the largest humans.

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Henty Enduro Pack bladder
Included HydraPak bladder works well with quick disconnect hose and ergonomic bite valve.

Henty Enduro Pack back

My biggest complaint with this pack is that there isn’t a quick and easy storage pocket for your phone.  Granted this is an issue with almost every other pack out there especially with today’s larger phones.  Aside from that quibble there really isn’t too much to complain about.  I really like this pack and see myself using it for most of my larger rides.

The Henty Enduro 2.0 definitely bridges the gap between the hip pack and traditionally hydration pack.  It’s cool and comfortable and offers enough room for most.    It’s not the volume monster of a Camelbak Hawg but for those that need more than a hip pack, this might be the ticket.  I’ll still continue to use the standard small hip pack for shorter rides.  For proper backcountry rides, this Henty 2.0 is a great option.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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