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CamelBakHydrobak 1.5L Backpack

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Item # CAM006G

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Hydrobak 1.5L Backpack

You've got a long to-do list and only so many hours in the day, but you can't help but squeeze in a quick morning cycle before the craziness ensues. For comfort on those quick rides, grab the CamelBak Hydrobak Hydration Backpack. Designed to carry the 1.5-liter Crux Reservoir, this minimalist pack helps keep your fluid levels up over the course of your ride, so you're fresh and ready to tackle the rest of your day.

  • A minimalist hydration pack for quick rides in the saddle
  • 1.5L Crux Reservoir is easy to clean
  • Adjustable mesh shoulder straps assures breathability
  • External fill for your convenience
  • Reflective detailing offers added visibility

Tech Specs
Material200D polyester plain weave
Volume0.8L (50cu in)
Shoulder Strapsmesh
Hydration Compatibleyes
Reservoir Includedyes, 1.5L Crux Reservoir
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warrantylifetime

Claimed Weight

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[pack only] 5oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

Great fit

Great fit as well as comfortable. I have only used it once but it’s nice.

>Rating: 1

UGH- should have read the other reviews

I've used it several times

Leaked in first use. I spent an hour trying to perfectly close it only to realize it was still leaking.

>Rating: 1


Awful. Leaked immediately. Completely unusable.

>Rating: 2


I've used it several times

Worked great the first time, albeit, the reservoir cover is unnecessarily hard to open. After the second use it started leaking. At first I thought maybe it was operator error, but after several more attempts--I realized it's just a design flaw. Too bad, they usually make pretty decent products.