The Capo makes you an offer you can’t refuse.

The Camelbak Capo Hydration Pack prevents parching and carries a day’s worth of supplies while you ascend the ranks of the freeride Mafia. Stash your camera and tunes in the dedicated media pocket, and put your lunch, pump, and severed horse head in the main compartment. A full-face helmet carrier curtails cranial-cookage on the way up, and the bike-tool organizer pocket keeps on-trail repair essentials close at hand.

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5 5

Good pack

I like this pack, it's well designed, simple, holds the basics and is bulletproof. I've been using this pack all season and it's still in great shape, it's very well built. It's just big enough to hold your water, food, a couple tools and a jacket, and then you can strap your helmet and pads to the outside if you are climbing something first. I choose this pack a lot of the time because if I have a bigger one I am likely to fill it up, and then I'll have a bigger heavier pack than I would like.

Good pack

Porter - Camelbak Capo pack in AK

Porter riding the Camelbak Capo down a ridgeline trail in Alaska.

2 5


functionality was well thought out in this pack (fleece lined media pocket, organized main pockets for tools, etc.), however, i couldn't seem to get over the width of the pack - too small. additionally, with the water reservior (3L) filled, the pack seemed to bubble on my back - pretty uncomfortable on short and longer rides alike. I ended up returning and changing to the osprey raptor - compared to the osprey, the camelbak capo's lack of structured backing and flimsy hipbelt/chest harness killed the deal. I like the ability to carry a full face helmet though, and the straps on the bottom of the pack for leg armor are a great idea, but the pack simply was not very comfortable. i need to be focusing on the trail ahead and not on the uncomfortable load on my back -