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CamelBak Kicker Hydration Pack - Kids' - 336cu in

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Item # CAM2569

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Kid-friendly, mountain-approved.

Kids seldom want to stop for anything, be they naps, baths, or rehydration, which is why it's a good idea to send your progeny off to the mountain prepared with water on hand. The CamelBak Kids' Kicker Hydration Pack offers a 50 ounce bladder for your unstoppable little monsters. A PureFlow insulated drinking tube keeps the vital water supply flowing during the chillier days on the mountain. HydroGuard technology prevents bacterial growth on the inner surfaces, while the external storage pocket holds essentials like a granola bar or spare gloves. CamelBak has also fitted this polyester/nylon pack with an attached safety whistle in case you and your child accidentally separate.

  • PU-coated polyester and nylon fabric
  • 50 ounce reservoir
  • Big Bite valve
  • PureFlow insulated tube
  • External storage pocket
  • Safety whistle attached

Tech Specs

600D polyester, PU coating (1000mm), 210D nylon, PU coating (400mm)
305 cu in
Reservoir Volume:
50 oz
Locking Bite Valve:
15 x 8 x 4 in
Claimed Weight:
9.6 oz
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Kicker Hydration Pack for the Kids

    This is a great little pack for the younger ones to carry around to be like the older ones. Having the room and bladder is an added bonus. Great for extra storage for rocks to stuff away and to carry mom's cell phone ;)

    Unanswered Question

    What age range is this pack for? I'm looking for something for an 8 year old and an 11 year old. Which of the Camelbaks do you recommend?