CamelBak 2016 Rogue Hydration Pack
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- 100% Nylon
- One interior slip pocket. Two exterior pockets
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With 20% more water per sip and an on/off lever to prevent leaking, the new Crux Reservoir by CamelBak is built to quench your thirst for adventure. Experience Crux in the 2017 Rogue family, available here.
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The convenience of external fill in a sleek bike pack. The 2L Antidote reservoir can be refilled on the fly via the quick-release flap on the front of the pack. Two external pockets for small items like keys, wallet, phone or storage for a shed layer. Stretch elastic side panels provide for expansion; twin compression straps shrink pack down when empty. Reflective back strip with tab to click on a blinker for early morning and evening safety.
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That's the way I feel about my Camelbak Rogue. More expensive than other "off-brand" hydration backpacks, but doesn't really offer any additional functionality for the price. I say that because I'm the only one in my mountain biking group that has a Camelbak, yet I paid a lot more money to get less functionality that my biking buddies enjoy for less money. An example is the insulated tube (it doesn't keep your water colder, by the way, so don't waste your money). My buddy's backpacks came with insulated tubes. Camelbak does not. You must pay almost $20 extra to get an insulated drink tube. But wait!! The insulated tube has the Quick Release valve system, and only high-end Camelbaks come with the Quick Release valve system! That means you must buy their $10 Quick Release valve to use the insulated tube on backpacks like the Rogue. That adds almost $30 to an already-expensive hydration backpack.
If you're shopping around for a hydration backpack, keep that in mind. The other one I was looking at was just a few dollars more than what Camelbak wants for just the insulated tube and quick-release valve system.
This is poorly designed, it has a weird plastic handle hanging off the bladder you have to use to close it up, What is wrong with a snap buckles they use on all of their other models. The bladder is a pain to install when full and I like to remove it for cleaning ,drying and to put ice in it. It has a small hole for the bladder and uses elastic to widen it which was way to small on my pack, you have to insert the bladder then put ice and water in it which often leads to a wet pack. The straps dig into my shoulders (I'm 6'1" and have contractor shoulders so this might be OK for smaller framed people) The bite valve is 22 degrees from the tub which does not work as well as the 45 degree valve which is on most of their other models. The plastic snap guide for the bite valve tube broke on the fifth use. I think some newbie designed this bag that has no real life experience with this sort of item. I'm very surprised at the good reviews which is why I tried this in the first place. A total wast of my hard earned money. I have been riding mountain bikes for 20 years and have owned many packs including Camelpak to compare this to. Osprey here I come
Tried THREE TIMES ordering this 2016 style hydration pack w/ antidote bladder #62239...
Got the 2017 hydration pack delivered THREE TIMES #1120002000 w crux bladder. Unless your looking to be frustrated dont try it.
Too bad, would of liked to try the 2016 Rouge which had BETTER reviews.