Shimano Rokko Hydration Packs and New Eyewear

Apparel Hydration

The Shimano Rokko Hydration Pack was designed by an engineer with years of experience (he used to used to work for another pack company.)

The straps are made to sit differently from other packs. The Rider Fit Cross Harness forms an X shape in front of the chest. The pack is adjustable XXL to SM size with an internal length adjustment so the wearer can adjust the size based on how much cargo they plan on carrying.

Tool Organizer
Tools, tubes, and pumps are organized in the main compartment to provide quick and easy access on the trails when you need to find exactly what you need exactly when you need it.

Felt Lined Valuable Pocket
To safely store your vaulable items without scratching them, this pocket has a soft felt liner. The bright color helps to locate your things easily.

Breathable Back Panel
The 3D fit breathable back panel is specifically designed in order to enjoy the bike ride to the fullest.

Hydration System Compatible
With a separate hydration sleeve and a hydration tube holder, the Rokko collection is completely hydration system compatible. For customers who would like to upgrade a Rokko pack to a full blown hydration pack, our Shimano branded hydration systems are separately available.


  • Mesh side pockets
  • Light attachemnt loop
  • Reflective elements
  • Front pocket with key holder
  • Waist belt for added stability
  • Full pass through pocket
  • Separate padded eyeglass holder
  • Lightweight nylon material
  • Accu3G
  • Available with different size bladders

Rokko 12 Specs

  • Weight: 0.47kg
  • Size: 12L
  • Colors: Ash Black and Lava Red

S70X Optics

  • Top of the line
  • Fully transitional lenses
  • Black/Gray, White/Gray
  • Adjustable angle of ear pieces
  • Bendable arms and nose pieces for better custom fit
  • Approx. $180

S70R Optics

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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