Closeouts. A day of skiing or riding is a bigger blast when you're hydrated and well equipped. CamelBak's Snoblast hydration pack has a 2-liter Antidote reservoir, a Therminator harness and the tri-zip system that provides easy access to your gear.
Reviewed by old man from N. California on Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Got this bag after accidentally browsing by it looking for a carrying on travel bag for a business trip to the Bahamas with my wife. Family owns over a dozen or so Camelbak packs so I trust the brand. Bought it but when wife sees it, wants her own which luckily comes in her color choice so we buy it....son and daughter see it sooooooooo.....you get the picture. We now have acquired 4 total.....Now, what did we like so much??.....here goes...........love the simple tri-opening (easy to open up all the way and stuff full of shoes, swimsuits, snacks, kleen kanteen, books, extra shorts/tshirt, etc...) with 5x7 internal zip for wallet and such. Top lid I shoved sunglasses, hat, phone, etc...for a day on beach and in town. Perfect for coming/going through customs and security since its opens all the way up with tri-opening and fit laptop, tablet, 2 kleen kanteens easily during travel. I actually have come to love the hidden tube sleeve, it keeps it always available yet hidden not flopping around all the time. Our only beef is the limited color choinces.....
Reviewed by Johnny the Hiker2 from New Mexico on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I was looking for a smaller daypack for quick hiking. I ordered the SnoBlast so I could use for skiing as well with the insulated hydration hose and drink storage in in one of the shoulder straps. It fit well and I have used it a couple of times on day hikes. It is great for a hydration pack with quite a bit of storage. It came without a QuickLink disconnect which was in the product description. I contacted STP and they changed the product description since CamelBak does not sell that configuration. STP gave me some options, including free return or credit which met my need. Thanks STP!