CamelBak Hawg NV Hydration Pack - 1037cu in

CamelBak Hawg NV Hydration Pack - 1037cu in
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Hawg NV Hydration Pack - 1037cu in by CamelBak
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CamelBak Hawg NV Hydration Pack - 1037cu in

The CamelBak Hawg NV Hydration Pack is not only designed to quench your thirst with the 1037 cu in reservoir, but to give your back necessary ventilation from the lightweight NV back panel that holds the load away from your back. The panel also has articulating pods and a wide waist belt that moves with you as you cruise down the trail, and the Antidote reservoir has its own rear-entry compartment and Quick Link connection system so you can refill it easily.We all know how frustrating it can be when you have to pause your excursion because you need to stop for a drink. Luckily, the H. A. W. G. NV (which stands for "Holds Alotta Water and Gear") has an automatic magnetic tube trap that clicks into place so you can drink water without taking your eyes off the trail, as well as the simple turning Big Bite valve that is right where your mouth needs it to be. The pack also has some dual waist belt pockets when you need to reach for other essentials in a hurry. Then when you actually want a break, you can slip into the main compartment for some granola and dried fruit, or your extra windbreaker if the weather takes a nasty turn. This heavy-duty pack also comes with universal helmet hooks, side compression straps for jostle-free riding, an integrated rain cover, and reflective elements to enhance visibility.

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