- Product Dimensions: 18 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00VXD1656
- Item model number: 60978-CAP-P
- Average Customer Review: 134 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,819 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
Camelbak Ambush Mil Spec Antidote Hydration Backpack
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- Hydration capacity: 100 oz / 3L
- Total Capacity: 3.28L (200 cu in) + 3L Reservoir
- Total Weight: 1.6 lbs / .71 kg (pack only)
- Dimensions: 16 in x 10 in x 6 in (41 cm x 25 cm x 15 cm)
- Fabric: 500D Ripstop Cordura fabric front panel, gusset and shoulder harness front side > 420D high density nylon on shoulder harness and back panel > 5 mm closed cell PE foam on back panel and inside hydration compartment > Nylon webbing
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Water is life. You need to have a hydration system of some type for range training, emergencies, travel or recreation. Camelbak has stayed at the forefront of hydration systems and is the one many other companies copy. Their packs are easy to use, clean out and are comfortable to wear all day on the range, biking or hiking. I keep one non-tactical-looking example stuffed with gear for covert emergency use. I have several others set up for various uses. Select at least one that fits your needs. Reservoir features: more than just a reservoir, the MIL spec antidote reservoir redefines the ultimate delivery system for an Operator's water supply and provides maximum adaptability for changing missions or combat environments. Includes our quick link exit Port and ql hydrolock Bite valve adapter: tube clicks off for faster refilling with auto shut-off; new fill Port: industry's largest opening with air-light 1/4 turn open/close for quick, secure seal that can't be over-tightened; lighter weight lower profile design. Additional features: external fill access-allows for a quick Refill without removing pack, Side-Release shoulder straps for rapid removal, multiple drink tube exit ports-for routing drink tube over the shoulder or under an arm, noiseless zipper pulls, top and bottom external zip pockets hold your essentials, lightweight, durable 500D corduroy fabric.
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There are 2 keys differences between the 1st and 2nd generations. First being the 1st generation packs featured padded shoulder straps over the webbed straps of the 2nd the generation. The padded straps were much more comfortable when using the pack as a standalone hydration carrier especially if doing any sort of PT or running. I have been out the Army going on 8yrs so the comfort of my original 1st gen pack is greatly missed. If I was still in I would probably prefer the webbed straps of the 2nd generation model as they'd be easier to conceal when attaching to armour or another molle compatible item. Secondly, the previous quick release rings have been replaced with simple d rings. This is not really a big deal if you are using the MIL spec antidote reservoirs as its simple enough to route the QL tube through the straps and pack to the reservoir. If you swap in a hydro beast reservoir then you will prob miss those old rings but then again those old rings came undone super easily when not secured properly.
Overall still one the best light packs you can buy for the gym, running, and/or hiking as a civilian. Was probably my favorite hydration carrier during light missions as well. Ample space for the essentials with a discrete profile. Can easily be worn under a coat or jacket.
You might want to spring the extra for the new 3rd generation with the composite molle. I ultimately ended up buying a foliage 1st gen off eBay just to get the straps back but still highly recommend this pack.
Ordered this from Canada on a Friday and it was in my hands the following Wednesday, nice deal for the lowest shipping cost.
My use of it:
Serves during military exercise and hiking, I'm at the point where I'm looking for excuses not to bring it everywhere.
Wasn't aware that there would be no shoulder strap but it dosen't affect anything and it turns it into a advantage when you got full-figthing-order on. The ose is realy long and there is no made attach for it lower then the shoulder, wich again is nice when in full-figthing-order but not so much in civie, so I just bought a hook to clip it. With that said long ose, it makes it easy to throw the water pouch in a rucksack. LOTS of storage, can fit a day worth of food in there. There is a place for your nametag wich is a nice +. I haven't put enough time on the water pouch to justly review, but the plastic peaces do look very strong and it dose come with a life warranty from Camelback. There is a small freaking punisher sign with flames on the back of the pack wich is just childish, but your backside dosen't have eyes so its not too bad.
As a canadian, choices were limited for were I could get this. After cheking the price of evry option at the time they pretty much all fell around 165$CAN (exchange rate of 1.31 at that time). Defenetly glad I got it threw amazon.com instead of other options, the one on amazon.CA had a rediculus price tag to it and wasn't fufilled by Amazon.
with a full 3 Liter load in the pack, you'd be surprised to learn that the pockets in this large camelbak cannot hold much.
Regardless it is a nice pack. one less star for the storage limitations and overpricing of the pack in general. Otherwise a great fit for many people.