Balear’s volume-2.5 L
Backpack weight-170 G (without balshy)
Materials used-Polyester plain weave
CamelBak Classic Hydration Pack, 85oz
- I loved the difference of having the ability to drink as much water as I wanted without having to reach for s water bottle.
- It still doesn’t thread very well, which is annoying because you think it is closed, and go to work out, and slosh water around.
- Well, I guess Camelbak’s really are worth the price premium.
- The 75-degree bend in the bite valve alone is worth the price for me.
- Makes it so much easier to get the tube into my mouth and actually drink quickly and easily while bouncing all over some downhill MTB trail.
- Pack has plenty of storage for small items, and it’s comfortable to wear, and easy to fill while still in the pack (thanks to exposed cap and a handle hidden beneath the outer flap.
- Not super waterproof in a downpour, but that’s to be expected.
- Filled with ice then water, and stayed cool entire ride.
- Didn’t even have to freeze a 1/3rd the night before like many recommend.
- When screwed tightly shut water still managed to leak out.
- Seems cheaply made but the, cost was low so, I, guess it makes sense.
- IT WOULD BE NICE IF THERE WAS A LITTLE MORE PADDING IN THE STRAPS.
- We used these while skiing, and they didn’t leak at all.
- The pocket is small, but it still fit a pb&j sandwich and a granola bar.
- Used this for ACL a few months back and it helped A TON!<
CamelBak Cloud Walker 18 Hydration Pack, 85oz
- When you’re staying close to home, just remove the reservoir for extra storage capacity.
- The large inner compartments are also ideal for clothes, snacks and essentials, and the redesigned Crux reservoir is easy to fill and delivers 20% more water with every sip.
- Plus, the air mesh backpanel offers a close, comfortable fit with plenty of ventilation.
- Just finally been able to put it use and must say that this product is wonderful.
- It was only a 5 hour hike with couple detours and what not.
- I was able to fit in my snacks (4 cliff bars, beef jerky, banana, dried mango, Gatorade).
- Guess you can say that’s quite a bit for a few hour hike.
- All these including wallet and keys – the bag still had plenty of room.
- Only thing is I wish the bag came with a mouth piece protector because it will touch the ground when taking off the back pack.
- It’s very durable considering the area we were in contained full of thorns.
- Holds enough to get you through your day (snacks, clothing, accessories) and keeps your water cool in its dedicated insulated section.
- The size is very nice too, not too big and very stable on the shoulders when moving around.
- This bag is the perfect size for short day hiking and hunting.
- The color is low profile and doesn’t stand out while hunting.
- The bladder is the perfect size for a full day outdoors.
- The only downside to this particular bag is the lack of organizational pockets.
- It is just two large open pockets which is fine, but I prefer to have my bag organized.
- I’m not an experienced hiker but found this pack to be terrific for a day hike.
- It’s lightweight, the bladder had more than enough capacity and plenty of storage space for my other items such as small first aid kit, snacks and rain jacket.
- I don’t know if that’s how they are or if that’s just how mine came but it was odd.
- No waist strap, so when you bend way over it slips up a bit.
- I didn’t want the waist strap for biking and didn’t want to buy multiple packs.
- He absolutely loves it and takes it with him on bike rides, runs, hikes, to the park for punting practice, etc.
- So far we have not had any issues with leakage and the bag inside seems to be super sturdy.
- Back is very hard because of the bladder, may be uncomfortable.
- I plan to take this to hawaii for a trip and using it all the time!<