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CamelBak Highwire 25 Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.

Closeouts. Hike over the river and through the trees with CamelBak's Highwire 25 hydration pack, which allows you to carry three liters of liquid and a day's worth of gear in the spacious main compartment.

Average Rating based on 12 reviews 4.250000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by allweatherwalker from Wisconsin on Thursday, July 24, 2014
    I just finished an 8 day trek in Peru and really loved this pack. Plenty of room to store all your stuff and having 3 liters of water made it possible to trek all day without refilling.Highly recommentd this product.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by CoRaeofSunshine from Colorado on Friday, April 11, 2014
    Haven't actually been able to use this pack hence the 4 stars but I am really excited to. I'm 5'2" and honestly I could easily carry everything I need for a day hike plus. I plan to use it for snowboarding as well since it is big enough to fit a jacket in if you get hot and some food as well water. I'm really excited to use this pack for the summer as well! Overall very happy with my purchase!
  • Reviewed by The Hungry Cardinal from SF Bay Area on Monday, March 31, 2014
    I needed a daypack with a frame and a decent waist belt to take the load off my shoulders. This one has worked great so far for hiking, (unstylish) days in the city, and even car-less grocery shopping trips--I don't even feel the gallon of milk and other heavy items when they're stowed in this pack! Other nice things: it's narrow enough that it doesn't chafe my arms when I swing them as I walk (although I've really only ever had this problem with dirt-cheap packs); the green color is great for visibility; and my admittedly very small cellphone and bus card fit nicely in the belt pockets. Plus, it's a better deal than the other "hydration-compatible" daypacks I was looking at, since it actually includes the hydration bladder in the price. Final accolade: I let my boyfriend use it for a day and he liked it so much he went and bought one for himself!

    The only issue that bothers me is that the main compartment doesn't open very wide, so it's sometimes difficult to fit bulky items inside. But that's only worth -0.5 stars, really.

    Oh, and I have no idea what that one reviewer was talking about, propping the hydration bladder open to air dry. I could not for the life of me get it to air-dry fully. I guess I'll just wash it well between fillings.
  • Reviewed by Pistel from Washington on Thursday, March 27, 2014
    Great pack for day hikes. Pleanty of room for everything you could need. Great quality, lives up to the camelbak name. Very durable material. Pack is nice and streamlined, so you don't feel bulky. Love the amount of space, great for day hikes with my family. Holds plenty of water, plenty of space for snacks,extra water, rain jacket, camera and anything else you might need. The colors are nice as well, not to flashy, but still looks sharp.
  • Reviewed by Nice Grandma from The Bitterroots on Thursday, November 21, 2013
    Very pleased with this backpack. Lots of roomy compartments & a nice stretchy fabric on back for soft stuff. I really like the zipper compartments on the waist band. I have another pack, without the camel back, that has these extra compartments & it's hard to find packs like this. Highly recommended. I purchased this one as a Christmas present for our grandson.
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