CamelBak GI Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.

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Overview

About CamelBak GI Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.

Closeouts. CamelBak's GI hydration pack has a simple and streamlined design that fits easily under an outer layer and a secure HydroLock valve that allows you to quickly shut off the water flow.

Specs

Specs about CamelBak GI Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.

  • Pack material: Nylon
  • Hydration included: Yes
  • Pack loading: Top
  • Recommended use: Daypack,Running, Trail running,Cycling
  • Dimensions: 18x7-1/2x1"
  • Pack capacity: 183 cu.in.
  • Volume liters: 3
  • Weight: 10 oz.
  • Fits torsos: 16-22"
  • Made in United States of America
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  • US shipments only

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3.400000 5 Overall Rating: 3.4 Based on 5 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by holmesy from Adirondack Mountains NY on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
I used this today while climbing 2 Mountains over 4,000 feet in elevation and it worked perfectly! I did have 1 minor setback though. When we started it was minus 12 degrees and the water in the mouth piece was frozen the first time I tried to use it. I just popped the mouthpiece off and placed i... Read More
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  • Reviewed by runleonarun from Oregon on Sunday, January 4, 2015
    I've only used it on a couple of day hikes so far, but I love it. I especially love how you can take the tube apart is so many places to clean it well. I'm so sick of cleaning plastic things with tube/straws/sippy things! But,this one makes me feel like no bacteria can be hiding anywhere.

    The storage bag it comes with is kind of sparse as far as storage pockets, but I use the hydration bottle only and add it to my backpack. I kind of like how slim and well-padded the storage bag is because I could see it as useful for trail running.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wendy from San Diego on Thursday, September 4, 2014
    I filled it up with water and found out that the hose and/or valve doesn't work. Disappointing.
  • Reviewed by Tracy from Arizona on Sunday, May 25, 2014
    I was disappointed in the strapping system. I purchased another brand hydration pack at the same time which I am happier with. This will go back.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Will from New England on Thursday, May 22, 2014
    I am a big fan of camel bak hydration ... and have several bladders in various packs. This is a single unit. There is no room for anything else, no keys, no nothing. The sack is insulated and light enough to strap this on a pack, which is why I bought it.. but to lower weight I removed it from the sack... That's not advisable as the opening is for this bag only.. it's a high-profile closure as you see in the image. In other words, this one goes as it is... a pack with no pockets and only water. Cool, accept that and you've got an expensive water bottle. STP has much better deals on Camelbak with a tiny bit, a greater amount or a fully packable unit. I won't buy this particular unit again because it is exclusively an insulated water bottle and is not versatile enough for me. A well made and good pack otherwise.
  • Reviewed by holmesy from Adirondack Mountains NY on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
    I used this today while climbing 2 Mountains over 4,000 feet in elevation and it worked perfectly! I did have 1 minor setback though. When we started it was minus 12 degrees and the water in the mouth piece was frozen the first time I tried to use it. I just popped the mouthpiece off and placed it between my hands and rolled it until the ice melted. After that I made sure to use it every 10 minutes or so and that prevented it from freezing again. My pack has a pocket for this in it and it is against my back so the warmth from my back saved the water bladder from freezing. This was an amazing deal and I would suggest it to anyone that asks me about a hydration pack.

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About CamelBak

The story behind CamelBak hydration packs started back in 1988 when a guy named Michael Eidson was preparing for the “Hotter’N Hell 100,” a 100-mile summer cycling race in Wichita Falls. Before the event, Michael (an EMT by trade) filled an IV bag with water and stashed it in the back of his jersey. With the tube slung over his shoulder and a clothespin to pinch it closed in between drinks, Michael had unknowingly created the prototype for what would become the CamelBak hydration system. Fast forward more than 25 years, and CamelBak is now the world’s leading hydration pack company, with more than 80 different products, including reservoirs, backpacks, hip packs, CamelBak water bottles, travel mugs and more.