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Camelbak Cloud Walker Hydration Pack
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- Air Director Back Panel and a redesigned Antidote reservoir compartment.
- Side compression straps
- Organizer pocket for hike essentials
- MP3 pocket
- Sternum strap
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If you've owned a camelback before, you know how good they are. This one is no different. I won't bore you with yet another review stating what all the other reviews have said. The one thing that is different than what I expected is... The Camelbak I received DID NOT have any loops on the back of it to hang things off of like on other Camelbaks or in other reviews. The Camelbak website shows the current version that you should expect to receive. Apparently, it was updated at some point. There is also NO quick detach for the drinking tube. I ordered the Camelbak Quick-Link Conversion Kit at the same time I ordered this Camelbak. I honestly never expected there to be one and thought it was a neat add-on. At least one other reviewer complained about this. So, I wanted to clarify this.
I use this Camelbak for hiking, Cub Scouts and fly fishing when I need to carry a few extra items or stash a spare jacket or raincoat, snacks, sunblock, etc. It does compact quite well when there is nothing in the storage compartments. There is even a separate vertical zippered pocket that could be used to carry your wallet, keys or anything that you want to keep separate from the rest of your gear. While there IS a lot of storage, this is NOT an overnight pack. If you fly fish, the black & green is the color to buy. I also own a smaller Camelbak that I use when I do not need to carry anything, but some extra water.
I'm very happy with my purchase!
Definitely on the recommend category.
What I wish it had:
reflective tape so when I ride my bike at night/dusk it was more visible.
I went on a weekend cycling trip. For some reason, I decided to take the waist bag on the first day and not the Camelbak. Bad idea. It's just too much of a hassle to get the water bottle and put it back in its place.
The next day I took the Camelbak and I'll probably never go on a long ride or walk without it again. It was filled up with cold water and some other necessities (be careful not to over pack it because it can hold a good amount of stuff. It was so convenient. And it looks good.
There seems to be some small drops of water in the bag and I can't tell where it's coming or if it's just condensation.
I'd recommend this bag. I got it for about $65. Not sure if I'd pay $80, but it's a quality item.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a Camelbal, enough said! I have a Lobo which is great for shorter runs. I felt I needed something bigger for the long rides in the Texas heat and this fit the bill. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Pete
Very functional whether a short hike or a long mountain trek. Great pack for the monehy!Published 23 months ago by pplhayes
This was a gift for my dad. He said it was really comfortable on our hikes and it carried enough stuff for day trips.Published on August 12, 2014 by Christin Boyd
Good quality backpack, will be a very useful tool in the months to come with hiking. Looks great, plenty of room to carry stuffPublished on December 31, 2013 by Chris
This is my 2nd camelback. I bought this one because of the extra compartment in the front. I would recommend thisPublished on December 30, 2013 by Kim
This pack is a great size for touring a city or theme park. I have taken it to Disney World twice. It can also be used with or without the water bag. Very good pack.Published on November 20, 2013 by Jaybee
First ever Camelbak and we love it! The size, style, comfort, usefulness are all an A+. Easy to refill and easy to carry around all day. Read morePublished on August 27, 2013 by J.D. Worley
Love this hydration pack. Made it to the top of Mt. St. Helens and back with water to spare. The pack is roomier than I expected. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by KeithC