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Camelbak Rogue 70 Oz Hydration Pack, Silver/Charcoal


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  • External fill reservoir makes filling a breeze.
  • Organizer pocket for bike essentials
  • Overflow cargo space
  • Reflectivity piping
  • Integral attachment strap can clip to any pack, stroller, treadmill, etc.

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Product Description

The versatile pack for 2+ hours on the bike with essential cargo.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 16.5 x 8 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002NZMQF2
  • Item model number: 61257
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,263 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The shoulder straps and back lining are very comfortable.
BullishAttitude
I've always used hydration packs for biking, but this one is so comfortable I'll be using it for hiking also.
Crispy
Just enough storage for the essentials and very comfortable.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 141 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 19, 2008
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The Camelbak Rogue hydration pack is a small backpack that holds 70 oz of water and a has two small areas for cargo. It has a long plastic tube that comes out of the water bladder and ends in an L-joint with a valve. To drink from the tube, you bite down on the blue bite valve and suck on the tube. The L-joint has a valve that lets you shut off the water to prevent accidental leaks. Unlike older Camelbak designs, you can fill the bladder without removing the bladder from the pack, by simply lifting up a flap towards the top of the pack.

Camelbak makes way too many different hydration packs, but this one is my current favorite. Here's what I like and don't like about this one:

1. This pack holds 70 oz of water. Other models hold more and some other ones hold less. I've found that 70 oz is a good balance between too little water and too much water (too much water is too heavy).

2. This pack has 2 small accessory compartments which are the right size for holding keys, sunglasses, cellular phones, MP3 player, and your wallet (and not much else). One compartment is towards the bottom and the other is part of the flap which you flip up to access the filling area for the water bladder. Both are zippered. Camelbak also has a separate phone holder which can be mounted on the front of the backpack straps, which keeps the phone closer to where you need it.

In my view, it has just the right amount of storage for a day outside and reflects a good balance between storage amount and weight.

3. The pack insulates the water bladder, so if you fill it with ice, your water will stay cold for hours. I usually fill the bladder 80% with ice, then add water, and then put into the pack.

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ivan W. Ong on February 8, 2009
This is my 3rd CamelBak in the last 12 years or so. I was pleasantly surprised by the improvements that have been engineered into this product. The water bladder and tubing is of medical grade materials (TPU, Elastomers) and does not have the odor issues of PVC. One gets the impression that this product has been thoughtfully designed. The reflectors on the straps are great. The bladder is hung inside the bag, thus preventing it from sagging under heavy loads. The position is very comfortable on one's back and there is no shifting or bouncing on gnarly downhills unlike the older design. The only criticism is that the lower pocket should have two zippers. The reason is this: it opens very wide in an inverted U-shape fashion. If you forget to zip up on the trail, you will loose whatever is inside- and I have seen my fair share of items strewn on singletracks. A two zipper format is more of an insurance as you can by habit centralize the zippers to the middle of the pack.

All in all, a really nice product at a very fair price.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By S. Murillo on October 10, 2008
Color Name: Black
it's comfortable, doesn't taste like plastic, fits well, has adjustable strings which have belcro at the end to roll them so thy don't get in your way. the sternum strap gives much more stability, but if you dont want it it can be removed. its easy to fill, and has just the exact cargo space for important things (cell phone, maybe an energy bar, air pump, and it can e adjusted to even take clothing such as a sweter and some pants at the same time).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 7, 2008
Color Name: Black
I wanted something that held more water than a fuel belt for my long distance runs in the trails. After an initial adjustment period I learned how to use the straps properly and it allowed me to run my first 50K. Slows me down somewhat but if you are going the distance on the trails it definitely is very useful...
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By msla on May 2, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I use this product for long distance hiking.

Pros: compact, feels comfortable and light on my back, keeps water cool even after 3 hours, the front accessory pockets allow me to carry my phone, keys, and even an extra shirt among other things.

Cons:
-When I run, the straps slide a bit no matter how I adjust them
-The front straps come off at times but they are easily fixed
-The bite valve and hydrolock became ineffective and water started leaking after the 8th use.

I think it would be useful to have extra bite valves as well as hydrolocks for replacement when they start leaking. I ended up taking out the water bladder and putting water bottles inside the backpack instead while I wait for the replacement parts to be shipped so I guess even without the water bladder, the backpack can still be made useful. Overall, I'm satisfied with the product. I just wish the bite valve and hydrolock were more durable.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jason on September 11, 2008
Color Name: Black
I bought this to wear on my back during runs, because sometimes I get thirsty and I dont want to carry around a water bottle. It is great for that - it is lightweight, so you dont really notice it until it is about half empty and then you get the sloshing noises... nothing to complain about. It keeps the water cool even when it is hot out (except the water in the tube). For runs, I would say this is highly recommended.
I started carrying it in my patrol car (I'm a police officer) and drinking out of it during the day (with all that gear on, plus I live in Alabama, it can get really hot) instead of having to get bottles of water. This works great and the water stays relatively cool all day, but I usually empty it before the shift is over.
In short, if you need enough water for a long trip, or a day's worth of riding around and getting out in the heat, yo may need a bigger camelback. If you are going on runs and need a good hydration method, this is the way to go.

Only con (for running) I can think of at the moment is that the drinking tube kinda gets in the way when not in use. You can clip it to the pack using the plastic clip, but then you have to fiddle with it while youre running to get i
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