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Camelbak Rogue 70 oz Hydration Pack

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Black
70-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch
  • Nylon
  • Imported
  • External fill Antidote reservoir makes filling a breeze.
  • Organizer pocket for bike essentials
  • Overflow cargo space
  • Reflectivity piping
  • Air Channel back panel
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Product Description

Product Description

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

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With a lightweight build, ergonomic design, and sturdy fabrication, the Rogue Hydration Pack from CamelBak is ideal for 2+ trips on the road or trail with essential gear. The air channel back panel and air mesh harness promote barely-there, ventilated comfort, while the Antidote Reservoir offers ready access to your hydration. Designed to carry a multi-tool, pump, spare tube, phone, wallet, and keys, the Rogue carries what you need without unnecessary bulk.. Pack Specifications:
  • Hydration Capacity: 70 ounces (2 liters)
  • Cargo Capacity: 200 cubic inches (3.28 liters)
  • Torso Length: 15 inches (38 centimeters)
  • Pack Weight: 9.5 ounces (270 grams)
  • Fabric: 70D diamond clarus with DWR + 1000 mm PU coating, 210D nylon with DWR + 400 mm PU coating

Pack Features:

  • External fill reservoir
  • Air channel back panel
  • Air mesh harness
  • Multi-tool pocket
  • Carries: multi-tool, pump, spare tube, phone, wallet, keys

Antidote Reservoir Features:

  • Low-profile design for unmatched stability
  • Air-light fillport cuts weight
  • HydroGuard technology to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and prolong reservoir life
  • PureFlow tube
  • Patented Big Bite Valve for easy drinking
  • Easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening
  • Quick-seal cap tightens in just a quarter turn


Product Details

Color: Black | Size: 70-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 15 x 6.5 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00437X3YQ
  • Item model number: 61526
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,648 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Awesome for bike riding or day trip hiking.
Rick k
It has two zipper pockets that can hold many things, from keys, to wallets, cell phones, etc.
Kevin
It holds just the right amount of water and is very small - this is exactly what I wanted.
Russell R. Corrie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Countryman on August 27, 2012
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I bought two of these initially for a Disney World trip. 70 ounces is roughly 2 liters, and will last almost a day of walking around the park. If you milk it, you won't be using the bathroom constantly, or paying $4 for bottled water. I could store a wallet, car keys (store them on the top zipper, away from the water bladder), camera, cellphone (the larger smartphone size fits just fine), and a poncho (which can fit within the bladder compartment, it just sticks out of the top a little). Getting through park security is a breeze (be sure to store them in checked baggage at the airport on top of all clothes). I also take these to NASCAR events, bicycling.. basically everywhere you used to wish you had something to drink.

Do NOT fill this with anything carbonated. When I was in the military, a buddy of mine put Mountain Dew in it just before a 10-mile hike. The bladder popped under pressure.

The only thing I have an issue with is with the bladder seal. My friend (a chemical engineer) stated his company makes those seals and the typical life of the product lasts between 3 and 4 years before degradation occurs. Personally, if I was that concerned with a seal that doesn't directly effect the day-to-day performance, I would not have bought two of these (for myself and my girlfriend). Replacement 70 ounce bladders are ballpark $30. Seems kind of steep considering this thing was $40.

Overall, I would highly recommend this Camelbak. I put mine in the fridge overnight, then top it off with ice just before heading out. It'll keep you cool just having it on your back, and the water stays ice cold well after you've left the house.

(Note: After you take a sip, before closing the bite-valve, blow the water back into the bladder. The excess water in the tube will get heated by the greenhouse effect, being exposed to the sun. Otherwise, you'll just drink luke warm water then ice cold water in the next suck or two.)
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Russell R. Corrie on May 4, 2011
Color Name: Dark Blue/BlueSize Name: 70-Ounce/200 Cubic-Inch Verified Purchase
This Camelbak is excellent for bikers. It holds just the right amount of water and is very small - this is exactly what I wanted. You can hold your keys, wallet, and maybe your cell phone. There isn't a lot of space for large items, but I don't usually carry large items when I bike. I also like that the reservoir is simple to take in and out of the pack. Others I have tried are more difficult. It's definitely worth every penny - I highly recommend it for all bikers.
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50 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Angel Rosario on January 24, 2011
I'm a snowboarder and will probably be using this for biking in the warmer months as well. I found 70 oz to be more than adequate. The fill cap is great and the small bit of plastic taste went away within a minute or two of use. It is built very sturdy and the sternum strap feels nice and secure. You have some storage space for small items but this is a very small bag so don't expect to put too many items in there.

My first couple of gripes are about the mouthpiece. The rubber used in the mouthpiece attracts dust and lint pretty easily so a small cap would've helped keep it clean. A friend of mine also owns a Camelbak Hydration Pack and her's has a black rubber cap that pops open so she can drink from the mouthpiece underneath. Why they left this feature out is beyond me. My other gripe is that the mouthpiece is susceptible to freezing. I do realize that I was in 0-10 degree weather, however I purchased this item to use it while snowboarding so that kind of defeats the purpose.

My last gripe is that the new Antidote reservoirs are supposed to come with a Quick Link system that allows you to attach other Camelbak products to it. However, this was left out on mine and I am left with the standard tube system, even though the tag on the bag said I have the Antidote reservoir.

All in all, a very good product, but could be made slightly better with a few tweaks.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By dbx820 on March 27, 2012
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It arrived just in time for my first 1/2 Marathon. I am a big guy and it had plenty of expandability to fit my torso. Pockets are just large enough to hold the essentials--iPhone, ID, and plenty of extra Honey Stingers and Clif Bars. The adjusting straps are kept in place with a neat velcro thingy so they dont flap around. Sucking out water was no problem and the tube was the perfect length--not too short or too long. The nipple has a lock so that it does not leak out during transport. I did get the extra tube holder and secured it to the chest strap. The water bladder removes easily for cleaning. The nylon pack itself is very high quality and should last a lifetime. As for my run: no chaffing due to the easy adjustability of the pack. No excess sweat or heat buildup on my back or shoulders either--the pack actually drew out a lot of moisture from my back. I left the bladder in the fridge overnight to get it nice and cold and I believe this made a difference. It is very easy to take off and put on during a race to grab extra energy once my waist belt ran out. This one holds two liters which was plenty for my run especially with the water stations. I much prefer this back pack to a heavy waist pack that really traps in heat and perspiration. I plan on using it for all of my training runs and actual races. Would definately buy again and recommend it to anyone.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Graham on July 5, 2011
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Excellent entry level pack that replaces a saddle bag and two bottle cages. Provides enough water for about a 2 hour summertime ride, two zippered pouches that I can store my phone, wallet, spare tube, patch kit, large multitool. I can also store a minipump in the mesh non-zippered storage area that is between the bottom zippered pouch and reservoir area, the pump gets squished in there and hasn't fallen out yet... though now that I write this I've noted I said "yet". Like other reviewers my pack didn't come with the quick link for whatever reason, it is a small quick release valve that should be installed in the bottom of the reservoir where the drinking tube connects. You can only see this if you physically remove the reservoir from the pack. I did run out of water once on a 3 hour summertime ride, thankfully I had a bottle in my cage to fall back on. If you're riding for more than 2 hours you should probably consider a larger pack with a 100oz reservoir.
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