About CamelBak Highwire 20 Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.
Closeouts. Hike over the river and through the trees with the CamelBak Highwire 20 hydration pack, which carries three liters of water and a day's worth of gear in the main compartment.
Specs about CamelBak Highwire 20 Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.
- Pack material: 70 denier Diamond Box Rip with DWR and 1000mm polyurethane
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: Corrugated polypropylene
- Hydration included: Yes
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Recommended use: Daypack
- Dimensions: 21-1/2x11x8-1/2"
- Pack capacity: 1129 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 18.5L
- Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
- Made in Philippines
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Adrian from California on Wednesday, March 11, 2015took this on a 15 mile hike and it worked fine and had enough space in the pack to carry supplies and snacks. Awesome for day hikes
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Angela from Pennsylvania on Saturday, November 1, 2014I ordered this for my boyfriend's birthday and was pleasantly surprised by what an amazing pack this is. The water bladder has it's own compartment so you don't have to worry about piercing it with cargo. It seemed roomy enough to carry a day's worth of food and hiking supplies. I'm also excited about the 3L water bladder. This is the perfect camelbak for day hikers. It's affordable and looks like it will be durable.
Reviewed by Rachel from Portland, Oregon on Friday, July 25, 2014I needed a mid-size daypack and this fit the bill very well. I took it on a quick hike up to Angel's Rest in the Columbia River Gorge last weekend with 3L of water, a rain shell, and some snacks and it was very light and comfortable. It has the new Antidote reservoir which is a definite upgrade from the last design --the baffling is the best. The back panel is fairly breathable but it's not as good as some of my larger CamelBak packs, although that's to be expected. The removable waistbelt is a nice feature if you're not packing much.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jeffery from Texas on Wednesday, July 23, 2014I bought this pack for my teenaged Son prior to taking a 5 day trip to Colorado. We climbed three 14ers on consecutive days, so the pack got a good break in. The narrow shape, breathable shoulder straps and efficiently designed water bladder were all mentioned as improvements over his former "school backpack". I am looking to update my own pack after seeing his in action.
Reviewed by Hhelixx from Florida on Wednesday, July 23, 2014Geared-up early this AM for a Wyoming day hike with my brand new CamelBak Highwire 20 Hydration Pack from Sierra Trading Post. Filled the bladder, loaded it back into the pack and it proceeded to soak the pack and the bed it was sitting on. The seal around the fill port was leaking - either the o-ring material took a set and is misshapen, or the o-ring design is flawed, or both. Tried reversing the o-ring which did slow the leak but no matter how it was positioned the bladder would not seal. So left the bladder in the kitchen sink and loaded a couple of 1 liter bottles into the outer mesh side pockets, which appear to be ideally suited for the purpose, and headed for the trailhead. About 30 minutes into the hike the chest strap which connects the shoulder straps came loose. The stitching that held the strap to the male side of the coupler had broken. Have purchased a lot of great stuff from STP over the last 15 years but this pack disappoints.
Question & Answer
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“Can this backpack be folded up (when traveling I may want to fold it up and stash it in my larger backpack)?”
No, this CamelBak can't be folded. In the interior compartment that holds the water pouch, there is a fabric covered "spine" (about 7 inches in width and 16 in. high). It has a cutaway slat on which you anchor the water pouch (by way of a piece of molded plastic built onto the closure mechanism at the mouth of the pouch). This keeps it upright and prevents the weight of the water pulling it down to the bottom of the Camelbak.
It is not BPH free.
Yes it has a wide mouth.