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Camelbak Octane XCT Hydration Pack


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  • Air Mesh back panel, Antidote reservoir .
  • Ultra-light 3-D Mesh harness with gel pocket and SliderTM Sternum Strap
  • Stash pocket on waist belt for easy access to gel or essentials.
  • Designed to carry extra layers, ultra-light weather protection, trail maps, energy bars
  • Front and back reflectivity

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Product Description

A minimalist pack for cross training or cycling.

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  • ASIN: B005YTY9GS
  • Item model number: COXH-25
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #189,480 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Perfect pack for mountain biking, holds everything you need, and water as well.
Chris Holmes
Its also got a few small pockets capable of simultaneously holding an energy bar, a multitool, a compass, a whistle, a headlamp, keys, and a cell phone.
Elizabeth Ferrell
It's a great fit and with the secure waist strap it doesn't bounce around a lot while he's out on his run.
Jami

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Meredith Samson on July 30, 2012
I LOVE this pack. I use it for trail runs/long hikes and equestrian endurance rides. I like how securely it cinches down. It holds 3 liters of liquid, isn't bulky, doesn't bounce too much, and has easy to access zip pockets on the waist belt that hold phone, lip balm, sunscreen, gel or snack. There is a small accessory pocket on the back that holds my keys and I.D. If you're looking for something that will carry a complete change of clothes and a 6 pack, forget it. On the other hand if you want a minimalist pack with more than enough features that doesn't weigh you down..this is it! The only thing I added was an insulation sleeve for the drink tube.

Meredith
Phoenix
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Myriam Veldhuizen on September 20, 2012
Color Name: Black/ChromeSize Name: 100-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch.
This is a great hydration pack. The only thing is that I started feeling the shoulder strap rubbing against my neck after about 30 minutes of running. It became worst (after about an 1h) to eventually numb out the spot it was rubbing :/ Simply wearing a higher collar running shirt will do it though. It holds very well on my back during long runs (2h+) Very good purchase!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Fishel on March 6, 2013
Color Name: Black/ChromeSize Name: 100-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch. Verified Purchase
This thing is great. My only complaint is that there are no pockets that are accessible on the front to put my ipod or sports gus. That is my own dumb fault for not thinking it through and getting a model that has that.

If you are getting it for running, keep that in mind.

tip: after using it, empty out the water as best you can and store the bladder in the freezer. then you don't have to spend 20 minutes and a bunch of paper towels drying it out every time. (I would still give it a thorough cleaning and maybe an enzyme treatment once or twice a year, but at least you don't have to do it every time.)
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Ferrell on December 14, 2012
Color Name: Black/ChromeSize Name: 100-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch. Verified Purchase
This particular Camelbak was designed for trail running so, compared to traditional Camelbaks this item has a little more padding and a lot more attention to keeping the pack stationary. Design thought was put into how the bite valve can be accessed (2 different ways and on either side) so you'll have options based on what's most comfortable to you. Its also got a few small pockets capable of simultaneously holding an energy bar, a multitool, a compass, a whistle, a headlamp, keys, and a cell phone.

Finally, Camelbak has updated the bladder itself since the last time I purchased one 3 years ago. This bladder is easier to fill, easier to clean, easier to dry, easier to open and close, and the bite valve has been improved as well. By the way, I would not have considered any of those things to have been a problem or an issue on the older one, so the fact that the product has been improved across-the-board really speaks to the end-user attention to detail for which Camelbak is famous.

So -- for all the reasons above -- even though he owns a hydration-compatable technical backpack, a pack-style Camelbak suitable for dayhikes, and a bunch of different Nalgene bottles of various shapes and size, unless the entire event is hiking-based, my Scout prefers to pair the Camelbak Octane XCT with a fanny pack that can be dropped when the hiking stops and the activities begin as his go-to setup for hydration.

On two seperate occassions, upon picking my Scout up from a campout, he has -- unsolicited and months after receiving it -- taken the time to tell me how much he loves this item. Between boots, and technical clothing, different rated sleeping bags, and different styles of sleeping pads, and muliple backpacks, etc... my son has used and experienced -- and probably taken for granted -- a lot of gear. The fact that he doesn't take this one for granted, to me, speaks volumes.

Truly a great product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E. Hansberry on March 17, 2013
Color Name: White/BlueSize Name: 100-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch. Verified Purchase
This is my 4th Camelbak hydration pack and by far my favorite. I have an older XTC that had the 70oz bladder, and while the quantity of liquid was ok, the pack seemed just a bit too small for what I wanted to carry. It was tight getting my gels and other nutrition in the pockets plus my phone, a stick of body glide and a few other 1st aid items.

This one has additional water capacity, which is great when gone 3-4 hours, but it seems like the pack itself is about 20% larger. Everything fits perfectly without the zippers feel like they are being strained, and that means it is easy to grab food on the go. I've gone on 2 20mi runs with this since I got it and love the way it feels. The rear pocket can also hold an additional 8-10oz bottle of water if you want a bit of safety stock. It also has a front pocket on the left strap that is perfect for a Cliff Bar.

The only issues i have with it are minor.
1) The buckle on the chest strap doesn't hold its position very well, so on a 4hr run, I find myself tightening it up once or twice.
2) I prefer the side exit for the tube instead of over the shoulder, but that means the tube is way too long. My solution is to use the shorter tube from my 50oz pack, but if you don't have an extra tube, it means either you have a lot of tube flopping around while you run, or you have to cut the tube and replace the mouthpiece. I've run for years with the over-the-shoulder tube and really don't like it, so to me, it is worth modifying the tube to use the side exit.
3) If you *ever* think you'll use the whistle, figure it out now. if you are in an emergency situation, you'll never get it out to blow on if you've never messed with it.

Highly recommended.
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