I use this pack every day. Commute on the train to DC with it. Use it for day hikes, use it on bike rides and even use it as a followers pack when climbing. Pretty much everyt…
- Matt, 05/24/13
This is by far one of my favorite pieces offers that I own. It is also one of my most used pieces.i use iffor everything from camping to downhill mountain biking. I am able so…
- mitchell, 01/14/14
Love it. So glad they came out with another version. The best of the best. So comfy!…
- Alison, 07/21/14
I love the tool compartment which is very handy. I also use for short hike out in the desert. Mainly, I use for cycling.…
- Joseph, 06/02/14
I purchased this pack after doing quite a bit of research online and I purchased it from Moosejaw because they had the best price.
The pack does everything it's advertised…
- Andy, 09/05/13
I have had this pack for 2 years now. I primarily use it for distance running but have used it mountain biking, a daypack on a backpacking trips, snowshoeing, I have drug it u…
- Ryan, 09/30/13
For as much water as this thing holds, it is surprisingly comfortable. I opted for this instead of the usual camelbak. At capacity it holds enough for a nice sized hike and an…
- Michael, 11/09/13
day-hike or over night this is the bag to buy…
- max, 03/01/13
I use this several times a week for mountain biking. It has the perfect size size reservoir for a few hour ride and just the right amount of space for phone, wallet, keys, an…
- eric, 08/17/14
I used this pack everyday for a week straight during my vacation trip to Florida in the summer of 2013. We went to Disney World, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and S…
- Eric, 02/17/14
I got this for Christmas from my wife, and I love it. After I adjusted the straps and put some weight in it it rides great right on my hips. I use it while bike commuting an…
- Alex, 12/31/13
I bought this pack on a whim because it was a great price, and I am really happy that I did. I really thought I was pretty happy with my Deuter pack, but after using this one…
- David, 04/28/14
Very roomy, durable, and well-made. The back panel is excellent for storing a jacket for easy access, and the pockets on the waiststraps are very handy.…
- Hana, 11/10/13
this pack is amazing for day hikes and/or the minimalist's over-nighter. the 3 liter bladder means not more nalgene's,…
- max, 02/07/13
First, there's the huge bladder - 100oz will get you 3-5 hours in all but the most difficult conditions. With a good mix of ice, you can expect this to stay cold for almost…
- Min, 10/09/14
I like the backpack , it's well design and very fashionable.
First, there's the huge bladder - 100oz will get you 3-5 hours in all but the most difficult conditions. With…
- Min, 10/09/14
Works great, fun color, and got it fast and at a great price from Moosejaw!…
- Shelley, 10/20/13
I use this when I bike 25+ miles on the trail. It has enough pockets to hold keys, phone, snacks and tools. As a woman I have a smaller frame so this 100oz bag is the perfect…
- Alexandria, 07/23/13
I bought this for my daughter to get used to carrying her own pack. She is almost 5 feet and this could be made small enough to fit her just perfect. It was a huge plus for he…
- Danielle, 08/08/14
I wanted a CamelBak that also gave me a little room to store additional items. This one is perfect!
AND - the color is fantastic! A deep berry pink.....perfect to complem…
- Karen, 04/20/14
About Hydration Packs and Water Bladders:
If you're into mountain biking, hiking, running, or really any other sport where you'll want to be drinking water, you check out our hydration packs. What is a hydration pack anyway? Well, it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like. The set-up will include a backpack, water bladder or reservoir, and a tube to drink the water out of the reservoir. The backpacks and water bladders come in various sizes. There will be smaller, lighter, and more compact hydration packs for short, and athletic outings. However, you can also find backpacks that are hydration compatible that you could take out with you on a multi-day expedition. And then there are sizes for everything in between.
Personally, I have three different types of hydration backpacks. I have a small one that fits about 1 liter of water, an energy bar, wallet, and my keys. I use this mainly for running and short mountain biking trips. It's super comfortable, and is so light, I can barely even feel it there.
I also own a hydration pack that has a capacity of about 25 liters, and room for everything from a 1 liter reservoir to a 3 liter water bladder. I could probably even fit a larger water tank in there, but I don't see me ever really needing or wanting to carry that much water with me. Either way, this backpack tends to be my go-to pack. I mainly use it for day hikes, as I have enough room to carry the water I need, some food for lunch, all emergency gear I may need (you never know), and a jacket for if the weather goes to crap. This day hydration pack is also super great for my day-long mountain bike tours. I can carry just everything I need in the pack. You know, things like water, food, bike tools, and a few other things that I made need throughout a day on the trails.
Before you scroll back up the page and check out which hydration pack could be right for you, I just want to note, that almost all packs, from the best brands in the outdoor industry, are at least hydration compatible. That means that the backpack may not come with a hydration reservoir, but it is made to support everything needed to get your hydrate on. Hopefully, this info will help you pick out the best pack for you. If not, sorry.
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