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Camelbak H.A.W.G. NV 100 Oz Hydration Pack, Chili Pepper/Charcoal


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  • N.V.I.S. back panel provides excellent venting and convenient access to the reservoir compartment.
  • Dynamic Suspension Shoulder Harness.
  • Helmet carry option on outer panel
  • MP3 pocket with weather resistant zipper.
  • Built in Rain Cover
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Product Description

A technical hydration pack for all-day riding on challenging terrain.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002NZSROQ
  • Item model number: 61234
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #785,397 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

I'm very pleased to say that the pack's performance was exceptional.
David Clark
It does get a little heavy with a full water bladder but it can be filled with 1/2 the water to reduce weight and it still is plenty.
B. Hinson
It works quickly and nicely, and is sewn in place on the bottom so you can't loose it.
L. West

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By T. Hillsamer on August 19, 2009
Having owned multiple other Camelbak products since the beginning, I've ceom to expect some pretty rugged build quality, clever features(like the integrated rain hood, bladder hanger, tab for my rear red blinking light, removable waist strap...etc.), and also light weight from their products. This one did not dissapoint in any of those departments. The reason I got this pack was because of the N.V.I.S. system, that allows ample airflow across my back while I'm hiking, riding my motorcycle to work or using my commuter bike, and just for general use. I run hot anyway, and live in the heat, and this is by FAR the most comfortable backpack I've ever owned.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By L. West on September 12, 2009
Color Name: Blue/Charcoal Verified Purchase
I've owned a couple H.A.W.G. camelbaks over the last decade or more. I ride a LOT and eventually wear them out. I also need to carry a lot of gear (even water filter machines) for epic 12 to 16 hour rides into the middle of nowhere. It's got huge volume, but I still usually have it stuffed solid. The new H.A.W.G. NV is the perfect pack for my needs.

The new HAWG NV improves over the old version in several ways:
1. The straps work better for pack fit and support so my back doesn't hurt any more. I typically carry over 20 lbs of water and gear, and the old version of the HAWG was started hurting my lower spine on very long trips. After one long trip, I had to visit orthopedists for MRIs because my L5 vertebra got a bad inflammation and killing me with pain. Never happened again.
2. Better air flow from the thick back support. Between this heavy air flow and the better straps, I almost don't know I've got a heavy load of water and gear on my back any more.
3. Many more small pockets on the side and top (ipod) for all sorts of small items, so that I no longer need to search for them in the cavernous main chamber.
4. The water compartment is better insulated to keep cool. It also opens on the other side of the straps now, so the hose hole goes the other way from what I'm used to doing.
5. The tie down straps use instant release tabs to allow access to the pack. These tie down straps also have dual purpose to tie down the netting on the back.
6. The compartment volume and number of internal sub-compartments is just as good as the old HAWG pack.
7. A pull out yellow rain hood to cover the entire pack is integrated into a pull out lower compartment. It works quickly and nicely, and is sewn in place on the bottom so you can't loose it. Fabulous feature.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 24, 2010
Color Name: Black/Charcoal Verified Purchase
The HAWG NV is awesome I bought it before going to school in Miami this year. For me it had to be able to fit my 15 inch laptop (macbook pro) and a few books, as well as hold water.

Well I tested it out and it does all this admirably. So I can use this as a school backpack with built in water bottle. Sweet.

I have also used it to bike as was its original purpose and it is great at that too. The front has a sling type thing that you can put a bike helmet into, but you can also secure other things into that sling, like clothes, other gear, food, whatever.

The back part is great as it does feel like you get airflow on your back, which never happens with any other back pack.

It has this cool rain cover that is sewn into its own pocket at the bottom so you can't lose it ever. It's bright yellow so it can be useful biking to warn cars behind you.

Lastly there are so many clever details on the bag that make so much sense but you don't see on other bags. Such as the mp3/phone pocket right at the top with the water resistant zipper. Wow.

So for sure get it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By K. Mills on March 24, 2011
I just bought one of these to replace the 15+ year old H.A.W.G I use for mountain bike epics and skinning up the ski hill behind my house. A lot has changed in those years--this thing looks like something out of Star Trek compared to the one I have.

The first thing you notice when you pull it out of the box is that it really is a hog. It was so strangely heavy that I thought the seller had put catalogs inside. No such luck. The website says 2.2 pounds, but my digital scale read 2.9--a full 2 pounds heavier than my old H.A.W.G. and only 5 oz lighter than my 1900ci ski pack with built in AvaLung. I was planning on taking this thing on my annual White-Rim-in-a-day trip, but I'm not that excited about embarking on an 85 mile mountain bike ride with a pack that weighs more than my frame.

Another issue is all those SciFi geegaws and hickymadoos--some of which are apparently only for show (and to add weight.) If you tend to take a lot of little fiddly things with you on rides and if you use the pack regularly enough that you can remember which little cubby you put what stuff in, you'll like the design. The drawback, though, is that it does have the effect of making the main compartment only appropriate for flat or soft stuff. This isn't really a criticism, but you might want to think about what you want to put in this thing. Forget an extra Nalgene bottle--you'd probably want to go with a spare bladder instead. Finally, with this much complexity, a set of instructions would have been much appreciated.

So I'll be sending this baby back and using my old H.A.W.G for White Rim. I might buy a SnoBlast for quick in-bounds ski trips.
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