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#38 out of 103 Hydration Packs
Brand: Camelbak



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  • dozzerboy
    ****

    The newer models may have fixed some of the weight issues and pocket design issues but the old design just made this pack a beast. Not bad but DONT pay MSRP.

    Pros
    Tons of space for almost anything you could imgaine.

    Cons
    Heavier than other equal sized pack on the market. Poor use of pocket space, IMO.

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  • GoldenGoose
    *****

    The biggest thing Camelbak makes in a bike specific format right now. If you are looking to do some back country riding this is your pack. If you need more space, you might want to think about buying a hauler instead. Not for your weight weenie crowd but the fit is still snug and you'll forget how much you have in your pack.

    Pros
    Massive storage space. This thing is more like a hiking backpack with water storage capabilities. Rain cover is a nice extra as well. The NVIS system is a good upgrade over the previous model and really helps minimize sweat.

    Cons
    Much like the other reviewer, I can't fit my helmet in the expanding holder.

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  • Ephphatha
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    Great backpack, plenty of space as long as you don't need to carry items larger than a 2 litre bottle. Chuck everything in it once and you're set forever :)

    Pros
    Holds a lot of water (only ever ran out one particularly hot day). It also has pockets everywhere, and the side pockets are large enough to hold a set of handlebar grips, multitools, and lights. Could easily fit a spare tyre tube in each of them.

    The waist support is completely removable (velcro tabs hold it to the bag) and most straps have elastic to keep the excess out of the way.

    Cons
    The helmet holder doesn't hold a helmet with a visor as securely as I'd like. The main cargo pocket also doesn't expand much, can't carry large items in it.

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