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Sabre Military Hydration Pack - Black

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For training, hiking, running or any other form of physically exerting activity – you’ve got to prioritise keeping yourself hydrated. That’s where something like the Camelbak Sabre comes in – an extremely tough and versatile pack that enables you can carry 2 litres of water on you when you’re on the go. 

This pack features the signature standard-setting reservoir from Camelbak which has mechanisms in place for faster refilling, auto shut-off and features a lightweight secure seal that can’t be over-tightened. You won’t need to stress about leaving the essentials behind, as there's just enough extra room for your keys, phone, and cards in this pack. 

This inconspicuous hydration system won't weight you down, and is built to last so it can withstand vigorous use over time. For failsafe hydration when you're on the move, you can't go past a Camelbak Sabre. 

  • Quick release straps for easy removal
  • Closed cell insulation keeps water cool or warm for hours
  • Sternum strap for added stability
  • Signature Camelbak reservoir
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In Use Dimensions:
41L x 27W x 7.5D cm
Packed Dimensions:
41L x 27W x 5D cm
Quick release shoulder straps
Hydration Compatibility:
2L Mil Spec Antidote™ Reservoir Included
Sternum Strap:
0.300 Kg
Suggested Use:
Military | Tactical
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Dec 02 2016

Good system

Nice hydration pack that I'm using when hitting the trails on motorbike. Works well with a nice mouth piece and cut-off valve

- Elwood

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