Information about CamelBak Charge LR Hydration Pack - 70 fl.oz.
Closeouts. CamelBak's Charge LR hydration pack puts two liters of water low on your hips, so this ultralight pack with a highly breathable harness stays stable and won't weigh you down on steep climbs.
Ultralight diamond ripstop nylon construction with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish that repels light rain
70 fl.oz. (2-liter) Antidote lumbar reservoir keeps water stable and low on your hips
Quick Link system lets you easily remove the tube for quick filling
Big Bite Valve self seals after each drink
HydroGuard technology lets you turn off water flow
Large main compartment with two-way, U-shaped zipper
Top zip pocket with brushed lining
Front panel pocket with bike tool organizer and key fob
Stretch overflow pocket
Side compression straps
Helmet carrying system
Lightweight Exoskeleton back panel features molded EVA foam padding wrapped in breathable mesh for improved airflow
Reviewed by Amazon woman from Silver Spring MD on Sunday, May 5, 2013
This pack is well designed. It is light before loading it and once loaded and you put out on, you don't even feel like there is anything on your back! My girlfriend tried it on and said "I have to get myself one of these." There is quite a bit of storage space but I certainly didn't fill it up. The ...
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Reviewed by Mountain hiker from Colorado on Monday, July 20, 2015
This is a perfect pack for day hiking in the mountains. I love the water on the hips. If you hate wearing a backpack because of back sweat then this might be the pack for you. With the water on the hips it tends to keep the weight off the shoulders and the pack from hugging your back. This creates air flow on your lower back and keeps sweat from building up there. The water line isn't insulated so the water can get warmer in the line itself because of the sun. Lots of room in the pack to carry extra clothing, keys, phone, snacks, etc. A very useful, easy to fit pack that is comfortable to wear.
Reviewed by Beardo from Fort Collins on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
I really like the lumbar reservoir. Having the weight of my water on my hips makes this pack very comfortable. The only downside is it will not hold much gear. I got a med kit, a power bar, trail mix, and long sleeve shirt in it and that was it. If you do not need to carry much beyond water, its a good pack.