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CamelBak Rogue Hydration Backpack - 200cu in

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Carry the fluids you need for a two-plus hour ride with the CamelBak Rogue Hydration Backpack. This streamlined pack features the new Antidote reservoir, which includes baffles in the body that allow the reservoir to maintain a low profile when full, and a lightweight, quick-seal cap that can be accessed without having to pull the reservoir out of the pack. The Rogue holds two liters of water, a bike mini-pump, tools, and an energy bar, while an external zip pocket holds your keys. The new Air Channel back panel and mesh harness increases airflow so you stay comfortable as you pedal away the miles.

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
9.5 oz
Locking Bite Valve:
yes, BigBite with Ergo Hydrolock
200 cu in
Reservoir Volume:
70 oz
1 external
Recommended Use:
cycling, running
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Perfect for hike or bike ride

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I purchased this pack for my daily bike rides. I like to casually ride the bike path. I needed something that wasn't overbearing. This pack is perfect. It fits my phone, keys, a few snacks and more if needed. It's not big and bulky and doesn't get in my way while I'm biking. It's also great for a quick day hike. Keeps me hydrated, and allows me to store a few necessities. My friend liked it so much, she got the same one in a different color. Perfect pack!


Great Biking Pack

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I bought this Hydration pack for mountain biking. It has enough space to hold any tools and a couple of tubes with you along with all the stuff that was in your pockets. What's great about this pack is that it comes with CamelBaks new bladder that has a separating wall in the middle of the bladder so it doesn't bunch up at the bottom of your pack. The bladder is really easy to fill. I used this pack when I ran the Tough Mudder and it cleaned out pretty easily afterwards. Also protected me a little bit from getting shocked by the electrical wires they make you run through.


great hydration bag.

    this is a great bag to take along on hikes. used to the packs where you'd take the entire reservoir out of the bag to fill, but this one cool that they have a little cap that you can just open to fill up. also nice that it has a pocket to store keys/wallet/phone. they look great too!


    After a Few Months Use...

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    The pack is still awesome. I often am out riding 4-5 hours or more and the number one thing I like about this pack is that I forget it is there (except for the mouth tube). Plus, the two pockets offer a fair amount of room for keys, a couple protein bars, wallet up top and the bottom is available for shedding smaller items like knee warmers/skull cap (both fit together) or shoe covers. The bottom can also fit a base layer.

    I also have a water bottle attached to my frame that I use for an electrolyte mix. Could use the pack for that too but prefer water. Its been through rain, mud, it's easy to clean, reasonably easy to fill on the road. I have not felt a need for anything larger (a question when I bought it, and I'm glad I chose this one).

    Highly recommended.

    Avg. ride time: 3h 9m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    very happy with this bag

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I bought one of these recently for mountain biking, and it has been a great bag. Just a little more than a bladder-only pack, but not overkill like some of the bigger bags.

    As other reviewers have mentioned, just enough space for the essentials. And for me, I realized that I really only need a 70 oz. bladder, and if I think I'll need more (or just want to be really cautious), I have my frame-mounted water bottle. Losing the weight of that extra liter of water, as compared to my 100 oz bags, off my back has been nice.

    Again, as mentioned, you forget this pack is on your back, which is really the litmus test for me, especially when using the bag on a bike, where heavier or unbalanced loads definitely suck.

    I'm very happy with this bag.


    Great for concealed carry!

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This pack is great for runners who conceal carry a handgun for personal defense. I have a Ruger LCP .380 and it fits just fine in the lower pocket. Pack can also carry wallet, cell phone, and keys with room to spare. I choose the yellow color because I want to be as visible as possible while running on or next to a roadway. Overall awesome quality!

    Side note: I REALLY wish they would offer some super bright neon colors for runners who are near roadways. I need all the visibility I can get. I choose the yellow color, but it's not as bright as I wish it was. It's still adequate though.


    Great little hydration pack

      When I went searching for a new camelbak this spring I wanted something a little larger than my old bladder-only pack. After a few on-trail mountain biking incidents while riding with friends I decided I wanted a pack with a little more space to carry a few first-aid items. The Rogue has a couple pockets that are perfectly sized to fit my keys, wallet, phone, and some basic first-aid supplies (gauze pads, tape, cravat, and gloves) should another friend find it necessary to whack his face into a tree.

      I've been quite happy with it this summer. It's a smaller bladder than my old pack, but it still carries plenty of water for a 20 mile trail ride. I had looked at bigger packs, but I'm glad I decided on this one. The total weight isn't much different than the old pack. The additional items I carry in the new pack are no heavier than the water weight I stuffed into the old one.


      Great Pack

        Perfect size for 2 hrs or less, look and fits great!


        Great, compact hydration pack.

          As hot as it has been this summer, I needed to bring some extra water on my bicycle tours. I was tempted at first to get one of the smaller, minimalist packs, fearing that anything bigger would be too bulky, heavy, etc. I took a chance with the Rogue, and I couldn't be more pleased with the decision!

          The 2 liter capacity lasts about an hour while cycling in 100+ degree heat, and 2 hours or more under more normal circumstances. It has a really sleek profile, and after a few minutes it's easy to forget you're even wearing it. The straps are secure enough to keep the pack from bouncing around on one's back. The fluorescent yellow version, which I got, helps with visibility in the twilight hours. And while you wouldn't be able to bring everything you'd need for a longer ride or hike in the Rogue alone, the 2 zippered pockets are more spacious than one would expect, and will easily hold a few energy bars, keys, a folded map, a wallet and cell phone, along with a few other small items. The bigger, open meshed pocket is also a convenient place to put a road pump or other similarly sized items - the mesh and straps are tight enough to keep one from falling out while on the road.

          My sole complaint is that it takes some practice to be able to fill the pouch using the exterior fill feature without spilling any water... it's kind of a balancing act as the weight shifts.

          Great product, quality materials, great utility.

          Blow some air back into the reservoir before removing the cap, and that should help prevent spills.


          Antidote bladder no quick connect

            Returned it because the quick connect on the bladder was missing. Got a new one... same thing. The rep said they were all this way. Other than that this pack is awesome.

            I wish the Rogue came with a complete Antidote bladder. I hated to send it back. Got a cloud walker instead. I hope it feels as good on the back

            BTW. this thing holds a lot more than i thought it would.

            Antidote bladder no quick connect

            I actually prefer the bladders without the quick disconnect. In all of my years of using a variety of Camelbak bladders, every leak I have ever had has been attributable to the quick disconnect. Admittedly, some of those have been my own fault for not ensuring it was securely clicked in, but even in those instances, it seemed to be. In others, they were definitely clicked in, but it failed. I know the quick connect is convenient, but I prefer the confidence and security of this setup.