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Camelbak Classic 70 oz Hydration Pack

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Black
70 oz
  • Nylon
  • Essentials pocket big enough for multitool or wallet.
  • Stash pocket
  • Reflectivity
  • Elastic cord system for shed layers
  • External Fill Antidote reservoir
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Product Description

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The Classic Hydration Pack from Camelbak offers hands-free hydration with everything you need to enjoy two or more hours in the saddle or on a run. With 70-ounce capacity, an essentials pocket that fits a multitool or wallet, a stash pocket, an elastic cord system for shedding layers, and reflective accents, the Classic has it all. The backpanel and harness is made of diamond mesh and lightweight mesh for comfort and breathability.

Features and Specifications:

  • Hydration Capacity: 70 ounces or 2 liters
  • Cargo Capacity: N/A
  • Torso length: 15 inches
  • Pack weight: 6.7 ounces
  • Essentials pocket big enough for multitool or wallet
  • Stash pocket
  • Reflective accents
  • Elastic cord or bungee system for shedding layers

About Camelbak
CamelBak is the originator and world leader in hands-free hydration systems. The first CamelBak products proved to be very popular among mountain bikers and motocross riders, because it allowed them to drink without taking their hands off of the handlebars in technical terrain. The product began to cross over into other sports when scientific studies showed athletes drank more fluids and performed better when they wore a CamelBak. Since then, athletes from an ever-growing list of sports and activities use CamelBak hydration systems for their convenience and performance benefits.

In addition to cycling, CamelBak has Hands-Free Hydration systems for hiking, running, snowboarding and skiing. CamelBak's state-of-the-art packs and hydration systems have benefited athletes, outdoorsmen, and soldiers around the world. While CamelBak has grown tremendously since the early days, one thing hasn't changed: CamelBak still believes in the performance advantage that proper hydration delivers for just about any activity. The privately-held company is headquartered in Petaluma, California.

Product Description

The minimalist for 2+ hours in the saddle.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 14 x 7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004385WOO
  • Item model number: 61531-classic
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,706 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great pack for biking and hiking.
Drank
Yes the pocket is a bit small, but it does fit a smartphone, credit cards, and a few keys.
Rachel
It's lightweight & durable... very well made.
Tina Sullivan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

111 of 116 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on August 15, 2011
Verified Purchase
After a few years of fun-running, I finally decided to step up and train the Baltimore marathon in October. So I needed a hydration pack; everybody recommended this brand.

The price for this pack can't be beat at Amazon, plus the free shipping, so that was great. The reflective strips, light weight, reservoir, and build quality are excellent. 70 ounces is sufficient for about 2 hours of hydration, give or take depending on the weather and the wearer. There are ample areas in the rigging to attach electronic devices. The rear webbing could probably hold a rolled-up shirt or light jacket. Design-wise, this is a great product. But, after a few weeks of testing, I realized that the Rogue has a few flaws. Nothing major, and maybe the problems are just due to my usage needs, but it's enough that I'm exchanging it.

a) It's just not well-suited for big tall guys with muscles. The sternum and shoulder straps slip loose when you are pouring summer sweat and need to be re-adjusted over and over again--this is a major pain. Cannot emphasize enough how annoying it is to have to constantly re-tighten when running. A few times would be fine, but when it's 30 times in a 10-mile run there is something amiss. The shoulder straps will also chafe your pecs if you don't apply anti-chafe cream.

b) Strap velcro to bundle the loose ends up? It is conspicuously absent here, meaning the loose strap ends either dangle and fly around or you bunch and twist them up somewhere in the rigging--which, if you need to constantly re-tighten and adjust, means you're digging in the straps all the time. Adding a velcro strap management system like other Camelbak models have would be great.

b) This is a TRUE compact, minimalist pack.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Young on January 9, 2012
This is a true minimalist hydration pack. There is a small pocket that's enough to carry a phone, a gel pack, and keys. The bungie will allow you to hold a jacket and gloves as well. That's pretty much it.

That said, I don't like to carry a lot with me. The 70 oz is enough for two hours on hot days and at least three hours most of the year. I'm running or biking so I want to pack light. Here's why I love this pack:

-COMFORT-
I can barely tell I'm wearing it. I've used hydration belts and handheld bottles and they all have their own purposes. For long runs with no water stations, this is the way to go. Minimal sloshing and very light overall. There is also very little sweat build up based on the material.

-EASE OF USE-
Much easier to take a sip with this than using other hydration methods. Water does not leak and you only need a hand for a second to put the tip in your mouth.

-DURABILITY-
The pack is made of quality materials. This should last me over a decade of moderate to heavy use.

If you need to carry a little more, the Camelbak Rogue Hydration System , Color: Black 61526 has more pockets. Personally, I like the Classic hydration pack better since it's as basic as it gets.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Steven Hearndon on April 29, 2012
CamelBak doesn't market this as a running hydration pack, so I was a little reluctant that this would work for me. I was concerned that it would bounce around when I ran, or otherwise feel too constrictive. But I was adding distance during my training for a half marathon and knew I needed to carry water. After a lot of research, I decided to go with this one.

I am extremely pleased with this pack. I haven't filled it up (70 oz), but with 40 oz in it, it only adds about 3.5 pounds. I am 5'10", 155lbs, so I have to cinch it down quite a bit, but it fits comfortably and hardly moves. A tip from a friend to prevent sloshing was to put water in the bag, turn it upside down, and use the straw to suck out the air. Works great!

I liked using it so much that I actually wore it during my half marathon. I was able to pass all the water stations and keep my pace going, and have water whenever I felt I needed it. The only slight drawback is I would sometimes hit the hanging straw with my swinging arm. Really not a big deal, though.

The quality of this pack is fantastic, and I'm very picky. I highly recommend this to runners.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By garyneth on April 22, 2011
Color Name: Red/CharcoalSize Name: 70 oz Verified Purchase
As a triathlete and ulta-runner, this is the perfect size camelbak to wear during longer workouts. It fits nice and hold enough water for about three hours.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sun City Steve on October 10, 2011
Color Name: Red/CharcoalSize Name: 70 oz Verified Purchase
This is only the second hydration pack I've ever had. The bladder in the first one got so stinky I couldn't stand to drink out of it. Of course, it was probably 10 years old. It was a discontinued model and I couldn't find a replacement bladder.

I usually just carry a bottle or two since my training rides are usually an hour to two hours long. But, I live in the Phoenix area and when the temp is over 110 degrees, the water in the bottles just get too hot. In fact, it's usually hot before I take the first drink!

The one is pretty basic, but that's all I need. I carry my wallet, phone and mp3 player in the back pockets of my jersey. So, I just need the hydration pack for water. I don't need any pockets. I like the wide opening for putting ice cubes in and the lid fits with just a quarter turn - tight! Getting the nozzle of the tube thru the openings in a bit of a hassle but once there it is really easy to reach when riding the bike. Much easier than the old one. Over all, I am satisfied and hope to get alot of use out of it. I'm 70 years old so I may not need another!
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