If you're tired of bulky packs weighing you down or throwing you out of your groove on long and steep mountain bike climbs, then the CamelBak Luxe LR 14L Backpack might be the solution you've been looking for. Designed to give you all the hydration you need in a stable and low-profile package, this pack features a three-liter CRUX lumbar reservoir, which is placed low in the pack to bring even more stability to its already stable design. It also compresses automatically as the reservoir drains, helping prevent sloshing that might annoy you as you ride or throw off your balance. The LR, or Low Rider technology, helps place the pack's weight on your hips rather than your shoulders, giving you a more ideal load distribution for riding while freeing your upper body up to ensure that nothing gets in the way of your steering. The Dual Wing hip belts serves two functions--the inner belt helps with load distribution and stability, and the outer belt helps compress the pack while also offering a convenient open pocket in the back for layers and gear. Speaking of storage, the lower reservoir pocket is also home to a handy high-vis rain cover that deploys quickly in rainy weather, as well as a bike-tool organizer roll that'll keep your most important tools close by when you need them.
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