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The Wink is a long time favorite women's pack that has been in the UD line for years. We didn't want to change too many things on this pack as it is super popular and honestly, not a whole lot was wrong with it. We simply updated the styling and upgraded the materials. The New Wink fits most women extremely well and has all the storage you need while on the go. Pockets up front for easy access, secure reservoir pouch in the back and soft Cool Wick Air Mesh material for comfort. The pack has function and fashion suitable for any self propelled endeavour.  

Specs & Details

  • Women-specific shoulder harness and torso dimensions
  • Seamless back panel prevents abrasion and discomfort
  • Rear stretch mesh pocket and bungee
  • 2 front multi-use stretch mesh pockets
  • 2 larger, front-zippered security pockets are phone compatible
  • 70 oz. reservoir included
Sizing at Chest:

  • 25" - 41" / 63.5 cm - 104 cm
  • Measure wearing the clothes you intend to wear
  • A pack full of gear will fit smaller

  • Capacity: 7.4L / 450 cubic inches
  • Weight: 15.7 oz / 444g
  • Product Reviews


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    1. Love, love, love

      I've had the this for over 3 years now. I've run Spartan Races, Ultra races, and pretty much beat the living snot out of it. It has taken a licking and keeps on ticking Even after my puppy got a hold of it, I just melted the straps back together and it still works great (albeit minus a bungee cord, thanks dog.) There is plenty of room in here for lots of things with pockets put in the right spots. My only complaint is that I wish it had a pocket for a Spot beacon like some of their other packs do. on Aug 4th 2017

    2. Customer Review

      I recently bought this pack from another site because, it is sold out here...which made me think it must be awesome. Apon receiving it in the mail I was stoked to have a larger pack to do my longer 30+ miler days & 14ers with. The color is great, the room is great but there are a few (in my mind) flaws. First, the reservoir is attached in the pack with Velcro humm... my only thought was why not a clip? I hope the Velcro holds up after dirt, sunscreen and dirty aide station hands touch it numerous times. Second, the hose there is no spot to clip the hose in place when your running which I didn't relize until I was out on the trail... I thought didn't someone put this pack on and run with it? When I got home I thought I must be missing a clip so I looked at the images and they show it tucked under a strap ...which doesn't work. And third, the upper chest strap is not adjustable like the bottom one, I think it would be much better if I was able to move it a little lower it felt intrusive on my neck. Just a few recommendations and thoughts. Happy trails. on Aug 23rd 2015

    3. Customer Review

      Before I got this pack I did most of my running in the Jenny Ultra Vesta pack -- that pack got the job done but couldn't hold quite enough for unsupported runs in the mountains -- that's where the Wink comes into play. This new version of the Wink fits really nicely and holds a lot of gear + food. The front pockets have elastic and securely hold 10oz bottles [or a 24oz Mt Dew + burrito if you're hiking...] while the back pockets hold up to 2L of water, lots of layers and have an outside pouch pocket for easy access to gloves/hat/jacket without even taking the pack off. If you're comparing this pack to the Jenny Ultra Vesta this is more of an actual backpack while the Jenny is much more vest-like when it's not filled up with gear. The Wink rides a little lower and does have a bit more bounce when it's not completely full; however, I've run with the Wink for 7+ hours and have had no fit issues. More details on how much gear + food can be packed into the Wink [and a comparison of the Wink vs Jenny packs] can be found here: on Jan 19th 2015