CamelBak Octane 16L Backpack

CamelBak Octane 16L Backpack
CamelBak Octane 16L Backpack
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Octane 16L Backpack by CamelBak
Don't let anyone tell you how to stay hydrated--CamelBak's genius Octane 16X Hydration Backpack lets you customize the shape and capacity of your pack to suit your own demands, whatever they are. From a sleek trail water pack to a small backpack, the Octane isn't quite sure about commitment (that's probably fine with you), but you're able to completely alter its storage capacity by simply unzipping the rear panel and expanding the pack. The small assortment of cargo, harness, front, and stash pockets won't short you of any storage options you can imagine for your phone, wallet, music, and snacks. The durable 3-liter reservoir allows you stay well hydrated when on the trail. To employ your water, simply turn the cap (a quarter turn to be exact) to open or close, while the act of refilling only takes a matter of moments. Center baffling and a sleek design prevent your water from jostling about inside your pack while running, hiking, or hitting the park. And when you're not off exploring the world, simply disconnect the tube using the Quick Link System and hang up the reservoir for proper drying or storage.

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SKU: CAM007J
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