Camelbak Fourteener 24l Backpack
CamelBak Fourteener 24L Backpack. This pack has generous space for your gear, with a full 24-liters of space, and prepares you to stay hydrated while you’re out there with a 3-liter Crux reservior. The Fourteener doesn’t skip on the details, loading you up with gear straps for trekking poles and ice axes to keep your gear organized, and load-bearing hip belts plus load lifters to keep you comfortable on your trek. Built around CamelBak’s new Crux reservoir, the Fourteener 24 Hydration Backpack delivers more water per sip than previous models to keep you hydrated and working at peak performance.
Camelbak Chase Bike Vest
CamelBak Chase Bike Vest. This streamlined vest is a great addition for trail riders seeking a low-bulk option for staying hydrated while mountain biking. It includes a 1. 5-liter reservoir, which supplies enough water for shorter rides down the local trail network spanning a couple of hours.
Camelbak Mule 12l Backpack
CamelBak Mule 12L Backpack. Big enough to carry 3-liters of water and a day’s worth of snacks and gear, the Mule hits the perfect balance between size and storage. Built around the new Crux reservoir, this pack is designed to keep you hydrated and working at peak performance. A separate hydration compartment makes it easy to load the reservoir without having to pull everything out of your pack, while a magnetic tube trap keeps the hydration tube accessible while you ride, so you won’t have to take your eyes off the trail.
Camelbak Repack Lr 4l Backpack
CamelBak Repack LR 4L Backpack. This compact hip pack loads you up with a whopping 1. 5-liter hydration bladder to quench your thirst on the trail, and features updates that push beyond its predecessor, the Palos, for superior fit and utility on the ride. Carrying a name like Repack we’d expect the bag to carry some clout, paying homage to the founding fathers of mountain biking who spent race days sliding sideways and repacking coaster brakes so that we could one day evolve to the trail dominating beasts we have today, and it does just that, packing functionality into every square inch of its small stature.