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CamelBak 2016 Rim Runner 22 Hydration Pack
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- Quick Link system lets you effortlessly add accessories such as a Fresh filter, insulated tube, tube director, flow meter or hanger (accessories sold separately)
- Hydration compartment loads easily, holding the reservoir flat against your back to leave more room for layers and gear
- Wide-mouth port cuts weight and makes it easy to fill and clean the reservoir; quick-snap cap tightens in just a quarter turn
- Folding arms lock into position to hold the reservoir open when drying; arms tuck out of the way around the port when not in use
- Ergonomically designed harness spreads the weight across the back for load stability and comfort underway
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For a full day out on the trail Camelbak's Rim Runner hiking pack sports a clean technical aesthetic and features designed to keep you cool hydrated and all your gear organized. The generous main compartment is accessed via an asymmetrical zipper that enables easy access and prevents cargo from spilling out when fully open. You also get a front organizer pocket two gear loops and stretch mesh side pockets for stashing items you'll need along the trail. A removable stability waist belt and four-point compression will keep your pack stable under any load while the Air Channel back panel with its center-channel ventilation and wicking mesh pods will keep you cool. Hydration capacity: 100 oz / 3 L. Dimensions: 19.25 X 12.625 X 10.43 in.
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Originally I was looking for about 30l plus bladder hydration backpack,because I wanted to make sure that I can store my tripod in the backpack it self but when I came across Rim Runner 22 at deeply discounted price form another retailer I decided to purchase what I though was a 22l plus 3l bladder. So imagine my surprise when I received this bad boy and saw that luggage compartment is only 19l.
Anyway I decided to see how much of my gear can this backpack accommodate so I stuffed it with some stuff I might be using. Once everything was set and done I realized that I won't be needing anything bigger, and that there is even some room left for decent amount of food ( not pictured ). My only concern is that I might have some issues with taking out bulkier items such as hoodie form the bottom of the pack while in the snow for example but that is something I'm ready to live with.
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1. Rim Runner 22 packed and ready to go
2. Side pockets: 21oz water bottle and 4lbs/17inch travel tripod
3. Front Pocket: Pair of gloves, medium size towel. phone, lighter, pocket knife, small roll of duck tape. Not pictured four silicone shot glasses and 25ft 550 Paracord. Front pocket is really deep. I could easily add several sandwiches and energy bars and maybe even an apple or two.
4. Main compartment: Sony A7S with two lenses and pouch with 7 batteries, 2nd pair of heavy duty gloves, balaclava, pouch with set of microspikes, hat, massive hoodie ( I can easily replace hoodie space with some combination of at least 2-4 more appropriate items such as Patagonia Nano Puff, some thermals, sweater, etc ... )
5. Water bladder compartment: Full 3l water bladder
Overall I really like this backpack, I just hope it meets my expectations in real life.
UPDATE: I'm upgrading this review to FIVE STARS!
Even though this backpack is not listed as waterproof it protected all my great from rain and snow really well. I spent 10 days in Iceland during winter and it was raining/snowing for hours at the time each and every day.
-The bladder holds 3L, which is just under a gallon of water. We usually buy a cold gallon at Wawa (look it up if you aren't from the northeast, it's amazing) and fill it before we leave. I couldn't find a solid answer as to whether or not the bladder compartment is insulated, but the water has stayed cold throughout entire day hikes, sometimes as long as 5 hours.
-Between the two of us I am the pack mule, which is just as well because we can fit both our hoodies, her sweatpants, two light windbreakers, and extra socks in the main compartment with some room to spare. In the outside pocket, we keep our phones, a charging pack, snacks, keys, a folding knife, flashlight, a couple bandanas, and a small first aid kit, also with some room to spare. As far as waist straps go, to me they are useless on a pack this small, so I removed it the day I got it and they remain in the bottom of the pack.
-Though the pack is not waterproof, it is pretty resistant to water. On a recent trip to Glenn Onoko falls, we were walking through water and standing under waterfalls, and the contents remained dry. I also take this pack kayaking and strap it to the front and it keeps the contents just as dry.
-Cleaning it is very easy as well. everything comes apart nicely, and the drying arms are great for holding it open. The bladder is pretty resistant to bacteria and smells. There have been times I've left it half full in the backseat of my truck for days before remembering to clean/dry it, and the only smell coming off it is the smell of the bladder material.
Overall, I love this pack. It has quickly become a necessity on day trips. I have abused this bag in it's uses, and I have no reason to believe it wouldn't last years.
I have thoroughly enjoyed spending the extra money on this brand name Camelback.
The fit is comfortable. And VERY adjustable. There's even a height adjuster on the front straps to allow change for the strap / AND tube height. GTFO > SO cool.
Straps run across both upper chest and lower waist with some extenders that make it feel kind of like a belt.
Easy to wear all day.
I've already NEEDED the extra storage capacity, let's just say I am grateful it has the ability to carry weight also.
Plenty of attachments / places to hang / clip items.
Enough storage space for quite a bit. I rarely have it full but could easily fit 3-4 times the amount of a normal things I carry. I haven't needed to cram it absolutely full yet so hopefully it'll stay that way :)
Very pleased with how well made this bag is. I am a fan.
If you are interested in a medium sized 3 Liter all day pack for a mountain bike ride, I absolutely love this one!