- 3D vent mesh for lightweight comfort and air flow
- Dual adjustable sternum straps offer a range of adjustments for a custom fit and increased stability
- Fuel and gear storage via easily accessible multiple stow options
- Essentials pockets keep your everyday carry items organised and secure
- Stretch overflow pocket allows you to quickly stash or shed an extra layer
- Secure phone pocket
- Trekking pole attachment
- Quick Stow compatibility for carrying extra soft flasks or water bottles
- Tube Trap keeps your drinking tube secure and accessible when you need it
- Reflective elements ensure low light safety
- Ventilated hip belt transfers weight to hips and offers additional storage
- Integrated rain cover shields your gear from the elements
- Hydration Capacity: 2L
- Hydration Type: CRUX™ Reservoir with Quicklink™ System
- BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
- Quick Link Disconnect: Yes
- Gear Capacity: 23L
- Pack Weight: 610 g
- Fits Torso: 43-53 cm
- Fits Waist: 76-127 cm
- Fits Chest: 71-116 cm
Sustainability Through Longevity - CamelBak's commitment to craft long-lasting and sustainable product is ongoing.
Eco-Manufacturing - CamelBak is committed to driving positive environmental change. They consider it their responsibility to choose materials and processes that reduce the climate impact of their products, are safer for people along the supply chain, and are gentler on the environment.
In Texas, the Hotter ‘n’ Hell Hundred is one of the biggest and most famous bike races in the state. You could say it’s a ride of passage for any Lone Star road cyclist. It’s also where the Camelbak story started, way back in 1989.
The race, as its name suggests, is hot, dry and arid. Water is vital to staying the course. Competitor Michael Eidson, an emergency medical technician by trade, decided it was the perfect testing ground for his prototype ‘hydration pack’. Basically, it was an IV bag filled with water, stuffed inside a large sports sock. He slipped the contraption into the back of his cycling jersey, threw the thin hose over his shoulder and clamped it with a clothes peg.
It was the birth of hands-free hydration. But the road to success, just like the race itself, was long and tough. At first, the fledgling brand sold their hydration packs at races. After that, early employee Jeff Wemmer took a motorcycle road trip across the USA from Florida to California, pitching Camelbak to every bike shop on the route. Bit by bit, word got around, and sales grew year on year. Today, the company is the unrivalled market leader in hydration. But they remain dedicated to delivering better hydration in the toughest conditions – from hot road races to trail runs in the mountains. Whatever you do, they’ve got your bak.