CamelBak 2016 Rogue Hydration Pack
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- 100% Nylon
- One interior slip pocket. Two exterior pockets
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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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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.
*Top flaps around unless the bladder is installed
*Bladder is hard to dry
*Bladder is hard to fill from a water cooler
*Pack moves around a lot and rides up when jumping
I bought the Rogue for cycling. I ride both road and mountain. I willingly violate roadie style rules and ride with a pack. Usually not for the water, but for carrying tube, pump, phone, wallet, tools, etc. I hate messing up the clean look of my bike with a saddle bag! Plus when I switch to my mountain bike, I don't have to move my equipment over, I just grab the pack and go. And that brings me to the first problem- the top flap on the Rogue is only secured to the water bladder. If you try to use the pack without it, the top just flaps around. There's no velcro or snap to hold it in place. When I'm riding on the road and using water bottles, I have to keep the empty bladder installed in the pack to keep the top down. That alone would have been enough to keep me from buying this pack if I had been able to see that in the pictures or other reviews. -2 stars for this poor design choice.
The next set of problems is with the bladder. First, the opening offset from one end is a pain, both for filling and for drying. When I try to fill this from the water cooler at work, the water comes out with enough force that it hits the back of the bladder at the opening and splashes everywhere. As for drying, there is no way to sit or hang this thing so all the water drains out of it. It has some plastic levers that are supposed to open up the bladder when it is sitting to aid in drying, but they are barely functional and still leave large areas where water is trapped and never wants to dry. From now on, I will only purchase bladders with a top opening.
The final problem I have with this pack is the fit. It sits fairly loosely on my back. It isn't a problem for most road riding, but if I attack a hill out of the saddle, the pack tends to shift around which is a minor annoyance. On the mountain bike it is a bigger problem. On jumps (launching off little rocks or bunny hops) the pack flies up and hits me in the back of the helmet. It really needs a hip strap, though my old worn out Blackburn pack didn't do that and I didn't use the hip strap on it. There is something inherently unstable in this pack design.
I have just ordered an Osprey Viper 3 to try out instead hoping it resolves all of these issues. With any luck I can sell the Camelbak to someone who thinks the emperor's clothes are just dandy.