Camelbak Skyline LR 10 Hydration Backpack
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The Camelbak Skyline LR 10 Hydration Backpack is a full-featured hydration pack designed to keep your gear organized. By shifting even more weight and support to the lumbar region, maximum stability is achieved.
- Mountain bike-specific lumbar design maximizes stability during aggressive downhill rides
- Magnetic tube trap keeps your tube secure and accessible when you need it
- Lightweight and breathable, keeps essentials close at hand
- Exterior helmet hooks & compression webbing for storing soft armor
- Stabilizing load-bearing padded mesh waist belt with cargo pockets keeps essentials close at hand
- Ventilated back panel maximized ventilation for increased riding comfort
- Stretch overflow storage compartment lets you easily stash a rain shell or extra layer
- Comfortable fit for a wide variety of chest sizes
- Keep your gear close to your body for better balance and increased pack stability
- Quickly stash or shed a layer or rain shell
- Lifetime guarantee on manufacturer defects
|Total Capacity||10 L (600 cu in)|
|Gear Capacity||7 L (400 cu in)|
|Reservoir||3 L (100 oz.) Crux LR with Quicklink System|
|Quick Link Disconnect||Yes|
|Torso Fit Range||43 - 53 cm (17 - 21")|
|Materials||100D Robic Nylon Dobby/210D Nylon Oxford|
|Dimensions||47 x 25 x 18 cm|
|Pack Weight||650 g (1 lb. 6 oz.)|
|Number of exterior pockets||5|
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoHappy
It's great. Is really comfortable and I like you easy access.Was this helpful?
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoGreat hydration backpack
Got it a month ago for my longer ridesand i haven't look back.Was this helpful?
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoWorks well.
Been using Camels since they first came on the scene and all have been good. This one, for mountain biking, is great. This pack hugs you and is very secure, and initially feels constricting, but once on the trail you forget it's there. Even weighted down it almost disappears. In general I really dislike wearing packs when riding, but this one is the most tolerable. Very much reduces the sweaty back issue.Was this helpful?