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Tasmania's Henty Introduces Enduro Backpack — Takes Hydration, Gear Storage, Stability and Comfort to the Next Level

Tasmania, Australia — The new Henty Enduro Backpack is designed to keep you hydrated while efficiently holding everything you could possibly need while riding your mountain bike.

This hands-free sport solution even provides lumbar protection for back, hips and kidneys, while your items sit horizontally as close as possible to the centre of gravity, giving you the freedom to move. The harness and shoulder straps stabilize the unit and the considered design ensures good ventilation, minimizing sweaty back syndrome.


The Henty Enduro Backpack acts as a tool belt for all your gear. There is a place for your water bladder (not included) and plenty of pockets and webbing for easy access to the things you need. Want to take your puncture kit, camera, snacks, sunscreen, keys, wallet, map, Swiss Army Knife and phone. There’s plenty of room for all your gear.

This clever design is brought to you by the creators of the Henty Wingman, an award winning multi-purpose suit and garment bag which allows commuters and cyclists to transport business clothes to work, ready to wear. More recently the Henty team gave us the CoPilot, a modified version of the Wingman, optimised for air travel. The Henty Enduro Backpack is the newest addition to the Henty Active range.


The Henty Enduro Backpack is made from a tough 500D Cordura nylon, making it strong but light, weighing in at only 550 grams. It comes in black or camo.

Henty Founder, Jeremy Grey believes the Enduro Backpack fills a need in the marketplace. “There are other sports backpacks on the market, but most are carried high on your back, lack ventilation and the weight of the contents feels uncomfortable on your back. We think people are going to appreciate how considered, practical and comfortable this backpack is.”


Developed by Tasmania, Australia-based Henty, the Enduro Backpack gives you the stability of a backpack, with the practicality of a fanny pack. Pick it up for $110 for the black and $130 for the camo.

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