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Camelbak Fourteener 100 oz Hydration Pack, Citronelle/Woodbine


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  • N.V.I.S. back panel provides excellent venting and convenient access to the Antidote reservoir compartment.
  • Dynamic Suspension Shoulder Harness.
  • Semi-Load bearing waist belt
  • Organizer pocket for hike essentials
  • Fleece lined sunglass/MP3pocket


Product Description

The award winning compact solution for done in a day or everyday adventures.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 9.8 x 21.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00437ZCAE
  • Item model number: 61593
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #122,493 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Great hiking day pack!
C. Chartier
This pack is a great size for day hikes, and has plenty of room, pockets and features for most hikers.
Joseph Barth
This item was exactly as pictured, very sturdy and durable and of high quality.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Animal on April 29, 2011
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I am a frequent hiker and for the last 2 years I have been using an old model Military HAWG. I converted it into a Day Pack and integrated tactical pouches. Although it was rugged and reliable, I needed something more practical for National Parks and strenuous hikes. The Fourteener alone, provides the space needed for a day hike but is lightweight and incorporates 2 big leaps in Camelbak tech.

The first big improvement is the Antidote Bladder, it is lighter (by 19%) and takes on a flatter profile when full (25% loss in depth). The bladder is less intrusive for the main pouch (big problem for my HAWG) and is hooked in more securely so it doesn't shift with movement. It has a large fill port that requires an easy quarter turn to open or close. There is the easy button to separate the tube and the bladder port will not release water when the tube is removed. Last, the fill port ring houses 2 curved arms that drop down and expand the bladder for drying. This eliminated my need to put the tube in the bladder to expand it.

The second big improvement is the NVIS system. It provides a comfortable feel and a ventilation system for your back. The top layer is only mesh and behind that is 3 pieces of ~1in deep foam placed left/right on your spine and lower back. The pieces create a large wishbone shaped air channel. The 3 pieces of foam also have multiple ~.5in air channels to make sure your entire back in ventilated. Finally, there is a flexible piece of plastic separating the back and water bladder. With that and the new Antidote, a full 3L bladder does not effect the comfort of the new NVIS system.

It is longer than a traditional backpack and comes with well padded shoulder and waist straps.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. Palozzola on June 7, 2011
I recently went to the local BassPro to buy a second hydration pack for my 65L Multi-day pack. Looking at the prices I came to a conclusion, I needed a day pack anyway, and it was going to cost me a huge chunk of a Camelbak Day pack for just a bare hydration bladders(locally the bladders run about 35-40$ for a 100oz). So I opted to buy a day pack with a removable 100oz inside thus killing two birds with one stone as opposed to buying each seperately and at a later date end up spending the same or more money.

After much back and forth and lots of indecisiveness I settled on this pack. I opted to go for the CamelBak as opposed to the off-brand for the simple reason, that YES it is a name brand and you do pay a bit for the name, but I personally believe this is a situation where they did something first, and did it right, so why spend slightly less money on something that MAY be as good or may not. (we're not talking a name brand like a piece of clothing where the name really is JUST that, a name, the CamelBak still has a function.) There are quite a few different CamelBak models out there for day packs. The end all be all for deciding on this pack was the ergonomics as well as the size. This pack is NOT much larger and only half a pound heavier then its competitor packs such as the MULE. But the capacity is almost double. The MULE has a capacity of almost 900cucm, whereas the Fourteener has 1500cucm of storage.

There are two compression straps on the top of the pack that allow you to tighten the top down so whether only half full or if you need to make sure the bag is nice and tight to assure something (such as my hammock) doesn't fall out of the unzipped open-air middle compartment you can adjust the bag more then just the zipped/unzipped option for many bags.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jim on May 15, 2011
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I was using a smaller camelbak pack prior to this purchase (70 oz bladder) and had been running out of water on our last few hikes. Looked around and found this one as a seemingly viable option. The 100oz bladder is a nice upgrade and with the addition of the hip belt (my other one did not have this) the extra weight was barely noticable.

The multitude of extra pockets (waterproof padded cellphone pocket on the top is quite nice) and straps for attaching accessories made it easy to keep the pack organized.

The padding / air channels against your back really do a nice job of keeping air flowing so you don't end up with a soaking wet back.

The inclusion of the quick-connect on the bladder is nice too, makes cleaning a breeze.

All in all a solid product.

*TIP - If you break one corner off of a plastic clothes hangar and sand any jagged spots it works great for hanging the bladder out to dry.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D Craig Jones on July 8, 2012
Color Name: Midnight/BlueSize Name: 100 oz/1587 cu.in. Verified Purchase
I own two Camelbak h.a.w.g's and two Camelbak mules which I use for bicycling and sometimes hiking.
Occasionally I will do some long day hikes in various areas of the country.
The Camelbak Fourteener gives the comfort and space needed to carry more essentials
as well as items needed for emergency situations but feels like a bicycle pack.
It's just what I needed!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By nimby on August 27, 2011
Color Name: Midnight/BlueSize Name: 100 oz/1587 cu.in. Verified Purchase
This pack is very versatile. I use mine to carry my camera, tripod, extra lenses, food, water and other supplies for the day or longer. My tripod fits easily into the side pocket at the bottom and the strap across the top keeps it in place. With several different compartments it is easy to pack various items and get to them later without unpacking everything and for the short hikes when it isn't very full I just cinch down the straps to make it compact. One of the best improvements is the bladder itself. With a spacer down the middle of it, it keeps its shape rather than all the water bulging at the bottom of the bag and making it hard to use the bottom of the pack for my other stuff. The spacer, along with the clips around the filler cap, allow it to air dry after I empty it just by setting it on the counter. Even the cap is easy to open and close with only a quarter turn for a tight seal. If I didn't carry so much camera equipment I could get everything I needed for a summer weekend backpacking trip into this pack and with the padded hip belt a ten to twenty mile loop would be fine. The only down side to this pack is that my water filter doesn't screw onto the bladder itself but I clip an empty bottle to the pack because it is more convenient to use in camp for cooking anyway and I can fill the bottle and pour it into the bladder to refill it if needed. I don't bother with it on day hikes because I've never run out of water with three liters to start with. I just fill it with ice cubes then add water and go.
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