Description

For the long haul.

The CamelBak Alpine Explore Hydration Pack has you covered for a full day in the backcountry. The Alpine Explorer features plenty of storage space, a huge 100-ounce reservoir, and lots of electronics-friendly organization.

  • 100 ounce (3L) hydration capacity
  • 1800 cubic inch (29.5L) cargo capacity
  • Antidote QuickLink Reservoir included
  • Media pocket securely holds your camera or MP3 player in a convenient location
  • Fleece-lined, external-access sunglass pocket
  • External ice-axe attachment point
  • External trekking poles attachment point
  • Easy-access MP3-player pocket
  • 100% BPA free

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5 5

Excellent Day Pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Fantastic day pack. I've used it for long and short day hikes, skiing, traveling, work, bike commuting, carry on luggage, you name it. If you need one really big compartment in your day pack, this is not the best choice, but it has a lot of other great features. The venting works really well on a hot day, the 3L water bladder is great, the pockets are well organized, the fit is very comfortable for me, and the fabrics and construction are extremely durable but still pretty light. You can load this thing up pretty good and carry it all day without a problem. Note that the chest strap is good but the waist strap is not very substantial (like almost all day packs).

Note 2: it's yellow in real life, not green.

5 5

Great Adventure Pack

My HAWG is 17 years old and I needed a bigger pack for me, the woman, and kid on single-day adventures or to commute by bike with enough clothes. This Camelbak seems to be more rugged than the fourteener and fit better for a longer torso.

5 5

DAY Hike

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Good day hike pack, fits everything you would need, but anything more then that, and its to small. Been taking it up on winter hikes, and It barely fits all my layers. I bought an insulated bladder, and modified it a bit to fit my snowboard.

5 5

AmaZing Bag!

I bought this bag to replace my gym bag and use it almost every day. Its a hands-free and hassle-free way to carry everything I need before and after I hit the gym. On top of that, I got a great sale price from Backcountry to save me about $30 of money. Compared to a few other packs I was looking at, this one includes a hydration pack ($30 retail) for hiking as well, another bonus. It was packaged sufficiently and came in a reasonable time.