On your daily rides, fill up the Classic Light Pack from Camelbak to effortlessly carry your gear and H2O.
This pack is constructed from durable yet light materials, so you won’t be weighed down on the move. The harness is ventilated to help keep your temperature down while the Air Support™ Back Panel features body mapping technology for a tailored fit to keep you comfortable on the track. For hands-free hydration, sip on your fluids through the included 2L Crux® Reservoir which comes with a Quicklink™ system which makes it easy to drink from. Put your valuables into the secure zippered pocket, your essentials into the integrated tool organisation, and other gear in the bungee overflow.
Adjust the sternum strap to get a secure fit and add some illumination for better visibility onto the included light loop. This pack also has a helmet carrying system as well as reflectivity for low light conditions. Sprightly, adjustable, and reliable – you can hit the road confidently with the Classic Light Pack from Camelbak at your disposal.
Lightweight yet durable construction
Air Support™ back panel with body mapping technology
Ventilated harness to keep you cool
Integrated tool organisation
Secure zippered pocket for valuables
Bungee overflow for gear
Adjustable sternum strap
2L Crux® reservoir with Quicklink™ system
Light loop for attachment
In Use Dimensions:
39L x 22W x 12D cm
39L x 22W x 4D cm
2L Cargo | 2L Reservoir | 4L Total
200D Polyester Plain Weave
2L Crux™ Reservoir
Adjustable | Hose Clip
Road Bike | Mountain Bike
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Hi guys ... looking st getting the Camelbak for running but notice it doesn't have a recommendation for that ... just cycling. Could this be used for running? If not, what would you recommend? THANKS ðŸ™‚
Baldr - Herberton, QLD(2 years ago)
There's no reason why you couldn't wear this running, it's just been primarily designed for riding. Usually running packs are more form-fitting and have waist connection to minimise movement of the pack as you run. This particular pack may move or bounce around a little as you run, so if you don't mind that you'll be fine, just make sure to tighten the straps.