Enduro 2.0

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  • Tech Specs
  • FAQs


Henty’s Enduro 2.0 is the ultimate hydration kit for mountain bikers, to keep you energised, ventilated and hydrated. The Enduro is positioned as close as possible to your centre of gravity, giving you freedom and agility. There are plenty of pockets and webbing for storage and easy access while you’re on the move. The innovative design of the Enduro gives you ventilation where it counts, minimising sweaty back syndrome and doesn’t move – even on the steepest and gnarliest terrain.

The Enduro 2.0 is the second generation of our game changing hydration solution, incorporating all the feedback we received on our initial release. Each Enduro 2.0 includes a 3L/100 fl oz HydraPak Compact Shape-Loc Reservoir, and a 122cm (48″) hose and blaster valve. A hidden 10cm rear extension means the Enduro now has more flexibility to fit a variety of body shapes, including tall and stocky frames.

Features include:

  • Lumbar (including hips and kidney) impact protection
  • Mesh back panel for stability and improved air ventilation
  • 3L/100 fl oz HydraPak Compact Shape-Loc Reservoir
  • 122cm (48″) hose and blaster valve
  • Adjustable shoulder straps
  • Adjustable chest strap
  • Molle webbing
  • Plenty of pockets
  • 10cm adjustable rear velcro extension

The Enduro acts as a quick access tool belt for all the essentials you need to hand.

We’ve chosen a tough Cordura 500D nylon to ensure it is lightweight, yet strong enough to withstand the hard hits.

Here is what the pro’s think:
Blister Gear Review
Bike Magazine
Outside Magazine
Gear Patrol
Mountain Bike Action
The Loam Wolf

Tech Specs

  • 500D Cordura Nylon
  • Volume: 5 Litres / 170 fl oz
  • Weight: 750grams



Does the Enduro 2.0 come with a bladder? Yes. We’ve partnered with HydraPak, and supply a 3L/100 fl oz HydraPak Compact Shape-Loc Reservoir, and a 122cm (48″) hose and blaster valve with each pack. In saying that, if you ever needed to purchase an additional reservoir, the Henty Enduro has been designed to be compatible with almost any bladder on the market up to 3.0 litres.

Will the full volume of the bladder be usable? Yes, the entire contents of the bladder will be available via the hose, regardless of the hose/exit position on the bladder. Ensure all air is removed from inside the bladder when being filled.

Can I run the hose over my left(right) shoulder? The hose can be run on either shoulder, as the attachment points are mirrored on the shoulder straps. There is also an exit point, out of the bladder compartment, on the left or right side.

Is there space for my phone? Yes, there is a padded zip pocket behind the water bladder for securing your smart phone.

What is Molle webbing? 25mm Molle webbing has been included to allow the user to further customise the Enduro Backpack. Thread your own energy gels, shockcord or webbing to secure additional items to the outside of the Enduro Backpack.

What is the 10cm rear extension? Everyone has different body shapes, and we’ve included 10cm extension for those who can’t get the shoulder straps to a comfortable position. You will need 2 x 30cm / 12″ school rulers to run down either side of the velcro extension to separate the hook and loop. Once you’ve separated the velcro, leave the rulers in place, and adjust as required. We recommend leaving 3-5cm of velcro in the pocket to hold the straps in position. Repeat the process for the other side.

What’s the velcro for? Attach your own velcro patch to make your Enduro Backpack truly unique


10 reviews for Enduro 2.0

  1. Dirk

    My kids are now into Mtb as well,and I can tell you they no longer will be using other branded packs. Henty all the way. And I will make sure I will tell my circle of friends as well
    Once again thank you and your team
    For a great product and fantastic customer service

  2. Quintin Vallozzi

    Last year I found Henty and I purchased an Enduro 2.0 pack – I love it. It has been the best pack I’ve owned, perfect fit and a great companion for my long rides. I’m now looking at getting a 26L Sorts Backpack, for more of the overnight rides.

  3. Carl Roe (verified owner)

    I love my Henty Enduro. Very comfortable and super cool in the summer months. Having a full hip belt means all the weight is kept low and my shoulders are free to move. It’s large enough to carry tools, spare tube, phone, wallet, mini pump, snacks etc. Everything is surprisingly accessible, no digging required. And the pocket on the shoulder straps holds a lightweight jacket. I had the original Enduro but prefer the 2.0 version as I’m over 6ft tall and the adjustable shoulder straps provide a better fit for me. Highly recommended.

  4. Roy David

    A few months ago I bought my Limited Edition HENTY x DHaRCO Enduro 2.0. I tested it and introduced it to some people who purchased them straight away. They loved it and I love it. Fits great, with no banging around on your back, stays where it should during the ride and the reservoir is awesome. Water stays cool and doesn’t leak 👍🏻.. Great job.

  5. Jason Lorch

    The Enduro pack is a very good product and we just wanted to do the best we could. We’re currently testing the Source hipster pack. In comparison, it just doesn’t come close to the Henty pack.

  6. Craig Banks

    The product delivers weight distribution of a 3 litre capacity water bladder and tool kit around the hips rather than somewhere on your upper or lower back – GOLD STANDARD ERGONOMICS. It stays firm and does not float around back or immerse you in sweat on warmer riding days. Because I must have a longer torso than others I am finding the chest cross strap rides higher than I would like when I carry the pack low down on my hips. Whilst the waist belt is functional there are opportunities to further improve rider comfort with a different non slip webbing strap material

  7. Chris Stredwick

    Love my Henty Enduro pack. You hardly notice it when you are wearing it and it doesn’t ride up your back during steep descents. Hip pockets are great for holding multi tools or gels as you can access them without taking the pack off. The elastic loops are great for hand pumps and folding saws and the mesh pockets on the back are great for added storage.

  8. Scott Russell (verified owner)

    This pack is the bees knees; you can tell the designers genuinely care about the product by all the micro design decisions. Load this thing up with 3L of water and a days worth of snacks and tools and you don’t notice it’s there. A rare unicorn product that ticks all the boxes.

  9. Angus Forbes

    This is one of the best packs for MTB cannot stress how well designed this bag is. I’ve crashed multiple times with this bag and it is one of the most durable bags I’ve used with very few scuff marks to speak off.
    It’s extremely comfortable and offers a little bit of kidney protection and very rarely rides up on chunky trails.
    I cannot stress how good this pack is well worth the money!

  10. Brett James

    Fantastic mountain bike pack. No sweaty back and many compartments to hide tools, CO2 canisters, spare tubes, small pump, energy bars, bandages and of course a decent volume bladder for fluids. My biggest problem is being able to take too much with me.

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