Camelbak Rogue

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August 24, 2015
Model/Year: rogue

Pros: I love the camelback because its light, looks good, holds 70 oz. water, and has plenty of room for repair tools, tube and small first aid kit.

Cons: the straw was too long so I trimmed it down a bit.

Recommendation: I recommend this product to all riders

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January 20, 2014
Model/Year: 2013

Pros: Lightweight, good-looking, holds a good amount of water, comfortable

Recommendation: I love this pack. Light but holds a good amount of water (70 oz).

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December 14, 2013
Model/Year: 2013

Pros: Small, light, small back footprint.

Cons: Storage space is minimal

Recommendation: I haven't used this a whole lot yet, but I like it for shorter rides.

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December 13, 2012
Pros: Durability, aerodynamic, lightweight, 70 oz.

Cons: none

Recommendation: Great pack for short rides. Small capacity has just enough room for the essentials without being bulky.

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December 13, 2012
Model/Year: Rogue (blue)

Pros: -Fits well and is comfortable
-On/Off on bite valve is convenient
-Doesn't leak like other bladder options

Cons: -Chest strap sucks and eventually fell off
-Not much storage if you're a heavy packer

Recommendation: Anybody looking for a smaller 2 liter hydration pack will find this one useful. I found that the Rogue didn't have enough room for me to store the stuff I typically take out on the trail and have since moved on to a bigger pack which still only has 2 liters of water but much more space for storing things.

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December 11, 2012
Pros: Its very light weight with breathable shoulder straps. I will use this pack when I am headed out for only a couple hours. No need to carry a lot of weight if yer not far from the trail head. Has a nice pocket for cell, ID, and a snack bar. Mine has bungee looped though nice eyelets on the lower half that works very nicely to carry the extra layer you no longer need.

Cons: - It is very light weight which means the straps are thin and there is no padding.
- Small water capacity.
- very little stowage.

Recommendation: Shines best on those super hot days where you don't want to carry a lot and out for short stretches.

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December 18, 2010
Pros: Holds enough water and gear and is secure. Straps hold it in place and is comfortable.

Cons: Haven't seen any.

Recommendation: Holds enough water for a couple of hours of hard riding but gets you out of "one more loop" rides if you're tired. Holds enough gear for a couple of tubes and CO2 with minor tools. Great item for sure.

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September 9, 2010
Pros: Lightweight, holds a solid 70oz - good for 2-3 hours, Enough pocket space for trail snacks and supplies. Just the right size!

Cons: No waist strap, so it can Bounce a bit on rougher trails. A very minor issue however.

Recommendation: The perfect Hydration pack for all but the longest rides.

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April 13, 2009
Pros: lightweight, great fit, sleek, good storage for trail essentials (tools snacks, etc.), easy fill.

Cons: none

Recommendation: Excellent pack. Easy to use, keeps everything tight.

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March 28, 2009
Pros: Fits well.
Smart storage, has room for all the essentials and a few optional things like a rolled up jacket or a couple of spare tubes.
Can be filled without removing the bladder.
Drinking valve comes with a shut-off.

Cons: Really filling the storage pockets can press on the water bladder, making it hard to completely fill without removing it.
The chest strap buckles CONSTANTLY come off the straps. The slider buckle is basically designed backwards.

Recommendation: I use this for bike commuting as well as all my mountain biking. It holds way more gear than a quick glance at its sleek size would lead you to believe. The 70oz bladder is sufficient for most trips, but I tend to need a 100oz for longer trips in the desert. The shut-off valve is great for in the car on the way to the trailhead, as invariably something gets set on it and it would otherwise leak. For one comfortable hydration pack that will cover 95% of your cycling needs, get this one and you won't regret it.

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Camelbak Rogue 4.79 out of 5 based on 14 ratings. 14 user reviews.