CamelBak Snoblast 23L Winter Hydration Backpack

CamelBak Snoblast 23L Winter Hydration Backpack
CamelBak Snoblast 23L Winter Hydration Backpack
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Snoblast 23L Winter Hydration Backpack by CamelBak
When you're trying to find something in the bottom of your pack and simultaneously hold everything you pull out, you inevitably drop something in the snow. The Camelbak Snoblast Winter Hydration Pack has a tri-zip design that allows you to access your gear from the top, or unzip the side to see the pack's entire contents, so you don't have to pull everything out to get to that snack that has to be in there somewhere. The pack has attachment systems for a helmet and a pair of snowshoes, so you're prepared to go wherever the day takes you. It expands an additional 6 liters for long days on your own, or cinches down into a low-profile shape for days on and off the lift.

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SKU: CAM008A
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