Reviewed by Sarah M. from Las Cruces, New Mexico on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
I bought this CamelBak last minute for the Bataan Death March in NM since I lost the bladder part of my old hydration pack (generic, not a CamelBak). I noticed the difference in quality immediately - all parts of this pack are extremely well made. The bladder is great because the closure is secure...
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Reviewed by Stephanie from Blacksburg on Wednesday, June 4, 2014
I am tall 5'9" but usually purchase women's advertised items because I have a smaller frame. This backpack doesn't carry comfortably for me like the Cloud Hydration model that we bought. It's otherwise a nice backpack with several compartments for storing items. It worked well over out camping weekend for short bike rides and canoe trips. But it fits my 9 year old well and she loves it so much that she was willing to be the one to carry it everywhere over the weekend without complaint. At the price I got it at, it is still a win.
Reviewed by To the forest! from Illinois on Monday, May 5, 2014
I love the product, it was exactly as described and in great condition. It also arrived very quickly. The confirmation email freaked me out a little bit when it said, "This is an order confirmation only and not a guarantee of item availability. Sometimes people feed the little furry things after midnight and your stuff is eaten." so I called the company and they were very helpful and assured me that my order was being shipped. It arrived very quickly after that. Overall, I am very happy with my experience.
To clean the bladder you remove it from the bag and either run warm/hot water through it while using a mild soap or you can also use baking soda so as to not get the soapy taste left behind.|The bite valve can be removed (just put it where it won't get lost) and that will allow water to drain easily through the tube and allow it to dry. |There is also a kit you can buy to clean it, but I prefer to just hang it upside down in a dry area with a clothing hanger bent so as to open the bladder to dry.
Answered on 3/24/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post