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Item # CAM005G

Lightweight day-hiking accomplice.

Equipped for a multitude of adventures and day hikes, the CamelBak Arete 22 Hydration Backpack keeps you pleasantly hydrated as you trek across ancient ruins halfway across the globe or misty forests in your backyard. Its 2-liter (70-ounce) hydration reservoir keeps you hydrated for hours at a time. Plus, you'll find a built-in security pocket for storing snacks and daily items, such as cash and keys.

Serving double duty, this hydration pack transforms into a dedicated reservoir sleeve that conveniently sits inside larger backpacks Suddenly, regular packs are equipped to hold 2-liters of water—without worrying about it leaking or jostling around. Other key features include Air Mesh shoulder straps that reduce perspiration build-up, as well as a removable framesheet for bolstering heavy loads.

  • Converts into a reservoir sleeve (for use in larger pack)
  • 2-liter (70-ounce) hydration reservoir
  • Security pocket with key clip
  • Removable waist belt & sternum strap
  • Air Mesh shoulder straps
  • Removable framesheet

Tech Specs

100% ripstop nylon (240D)
22L (1340cu in)
removable framesheet
Shoulder Straps:
Air Mesh
Waist Belt:
yes, adjustable waist strap with buckle closure
Hydration Compatible:
Reservoir Included:
yes, 2-liter (70-ounce)
1 secure stash w/key clip
16 x 9 x 8 in
Claimed Weight:
1 lb
Recommended Use:
hiking & camping
Manufacturer Warranty:

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    Makes a great ascent pack and compact protected reservoir sleeve for your larger hiking pack. Also, compact and light enough to fit in luggage for your next adventure. Watch the video and it makes sense...