Closeouts. Spacious enough to hold a freerider's gear, CamelBak's Asset hydration pack has an insulated water tube, 70 fl.oz. Antidote reservoir and plenty of organizer pockets in the main compartment.
Reviewed by Hydrator from Utah on Thursday, December 18, 2014
Of all the CamelBaks, this has to be the best one. Not too small, with enough space for all the little things you need to carry with you, but also not too big for skiing, biking, hiking, etc. Unlike the smaller ones, it has proper straps, and unlike the bigger ones, it's not a bag with an hydration pack, but a hydration pack with a bit of extra space. Two extra pluses: it looks great and the tube is insulated.
Reviewed by CT Hiker from CT on Tuesday, September 30, 2014
I got this as an all around small pack and hydration system and am very happy with it. I use it for concerts and outdoor activities such as hiking and snow shoeing. It is a little difficult to fill up quickly on the go, like at a concert or public water station but the pack holds a lot and it is very comfortable
Reviewed by cm from Oregon on Friday, May 30, 2014
This is more of a pack for shuttle DH or guys that will only ride up short climbs to ride DH than it is for typical trail riding or All Mountain rides (or "Enduro" for the kids lol). Has the smaller 70oz bladder and it's fairly heavy as it's made to carry a bunch of body armor, has a goggle pouch and even holds a full faced helmet. Great for that but could have used a bit more side padding on the "wings" of the waist strap to help hold it in place better (not a ton more as I don't like that but just a bit more). Also could have used a bit more internal organization inside though it's adequate.