Camelbak Blowfish Hydration Review

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March 19, 2016
Pros: Good storage capacity. Holds tons of gear

Cons: Bulky but for good reason

Recommendation: Good for longer out in the middle of nowhere rides when you need all your survival gear

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January 16, 2015
Model/Year: 2014 Blowfish

Pros: Great versatility and lots of space. Two zipped compartments for storage. Enough for a good day on the trail. Enough water for a 3-4?hour hike or bike ride.

Cons: A bit cumbersome to put the hydration pouch back into the bag after cleaning/drying it.

Recommendation: I've been using this bag for over a year and have very little to gripe about. It's been very durable and carries enough for any day trip I've gaf so far.

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July 14, 2014
Pros: Carries everything but the kitchen sink.

Cons: Doesn't carry the kitchen sink.

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June 21, 2014
Model/Year: 04

Pros: Holds everything with 100 oz hydro
Great for a boy scout

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August 21, 2011
Pros: A lot of storage space and water space, great for rides and hikes.Has two clips in the front so it won't move around.

Cons: Haven't found any cons with this item.

Recommendation: It hold a lot of water and two pockets for things.

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June 3, 2010
Pros: Way more comfortable, better looking, and holds more stuff, more securely than my old, 1st generation Mule. Also, the vent back feature is outstanding. The expansion capability will be a big factor in the colder months when I shed layers as the day warms.

Cons: It might hold too much (is that a bad thing?). I find I am tempted to carry more items than I would have with my old Mule.

Recommendation: Overall, a great hydration pack from the masters, CamelBak. The Blowfish is highly recommended.

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November 6, 2008
Pros: Holds lots of stuff and loads of water. Expandable and versatile. Good for epic trips.

Cons: none

Recommendation: I have owned this pack for several years. It has really served me well. I have used it for epic rides, hiking, xc skiing, downhill skiing. I just purchased a new one this year. Has some nice new features like velcro to secure the excess shoulder strap. More internal pockets and an internal pump holder. Better padded back and increased access to the bladder. You just can't go wrong with this pack.

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August 31, 2008
Pros: Super storage space--adjustable/expandable. Durable. Light and unobtrusive for having so much capacity.

Cons: None

Recommendation: This is a great pack. 100oz plus plenty of space for maps, guide books, camera, and chow. Zippered compartment lies flat when you don't need it and expands when you do, so it's like having 2 packs in one. If you've got a water filter, there's room for one and you can ride as far as your energy bars will carry you!

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November 19, 2007
Pros: Holds 3 liters of water which is more than most Camelbaks

Cons: A little more storage space would be nice

Recommendation: Real good bag, only downside is not a ton of storage space, although there is a pretty decent amount

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Camelbak Blowfish 4.63 out of 5 based on 9 ratings. 9 user reviews.