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We test out Cube's Edge Trail Backpack to see how their 'Natural Fit Concept' measures up when you're out and about on two wheels. 

Best for...
All mountain adventurers looking for a large capacity, dependable pack
Price
£124
Value
7
Quality
10
Performance
9
Looks
10
Comfort
10
Overall Score
9
+
Genuine all-day comfort
Expensive
bikester.co.uk

The Edge Trail has a long list of features that should please even the pickiest of cyclists, from an easy access tool compartment in the front flap to hydration bladder and back protector compatibility.

Fit is supremely comfortable for long days in the saddle thanks to Cube's 'Natural Fit Concept' which emphasises an ergonomic design. The padded hip-belt houses spacious zip pockets, perfect for quick access items and the main compartment swallows up a decent amount of gear.

A helmet carry system and fleecy goggle pocket take care of off-bike ramblings and the integrated rain cover ensures that your kit doesn't get wet in a downpour. The tool compartment is perfect for a pump, multi-tool and puncture repair kit and is easily accessed with a fully opening clamshell zip.

If you're looking for a practical pack that's comfortable and will withstand years of abuse, then look no further than the Edge Trail.