The CamelBak Women's Luxe Hydration Backpack represents a serious upgrade over your old, tattered trail pack with its supportive fit and streamlined design. Specializing in everything from self-supported races to 30-mile epics, the Luxe Hydration Backpack comes with a 3-liter Crux reservoir for staying hydrated on longer efforts. Seven liters of cargo storage handily carries your helmet, protective rain shell, essential tools, riding nutrition, trail maps, riding sunglasses, and smartphone. Singletrack-savvy storage includes dedicated tool organization, stretch overflow for wet jackets, and helmet attachment loops. The 3-liter Crux reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip than previous versions, allowing you to quickly drink without losing breath as you pedal. This hydration reservoir remains well-balanced along your back, preventing much of the sloshing and swaying on your trail bike. Another benefit, it's easier than ever to fill and close, thanks to its wide mouth and ergonomic handle. The Quick Link hose attachment allows you to remove the hydration bladder without spilling water. This makes it painless to hang up and dry the bladder after riding all day.
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CamelBak Luxe 10L Backpack - Women's
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