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Built for speed.

Hit the backcountry this season with the essentials including your shovel, probe, skins, a snack, your phone, wallet, and keys. At just over a pound, the lightweight Camelback Gambler Hydration Pack hauls everything you need without weighing you down. With 100 ounces of water you won't go thirsty during your day tour.
  • 200 cubic inch capacity for a snack, your camera and the necessities
  • Easy-open Omega reservoir
  • Ultra-light weight for fast travel

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5 5

Owner tested, Dog approved!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been taking this pack hiking with the pups lately, and it's perfect for the few essentials we need on the trail. The top outer pocket is the perfect size for a few treats, the the inner pocket holds keys and wallet nicely. The insulated tube is great for our colder hikes and the stash straps carry any extras we might need. I'd highly recommend this to anyone looking for a smaller pack to carry the few things you'd need on any outdoor adventure!

Owner tested, Dog approved!
5 5

Great solution for pro audio!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use this as a cable bag. I just wrap my cables, and keep them in the shovel caddie. I couldn't do what I do without this bag. I'd recommend this to anyone at all : )

4 5

Good so far

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Have used it several times for snowboarding. Fits my keys, wallet, pair of goggles and small snack. Water delivery system works well, however the zipper has frozen shut a couple times now which may be a consequence of water leaking from the nozzle either from accidental depression on my part or leakage from the mouth piece - hard to tell. Sitting on the lift with a full bladder (in pack) isn't amazing, but it's better than most back packs I presume. Otherwise a pretty legit product.

Good purchase, would reccomend. Wish it was on sale @ 59.96 when I purchased it last month... ugh

4 5

Very comfortable, Just enough space

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

Got the Gambler pack for Christmas. Was a little skeptical about its capabilities in the backcountry given its svelte dimensions. My BD shovel fits easily in the front pocket, and I would guess larger bladed shovels would do fine too. My BCA probe and shovel shaft fit nicely in the side pockets and are kept secure by cinching straps. Both skins for my skis (175cm, 110 waist) fit quite snuggly in the main pocket. Not really any room for snacks or camera. However, in the backcountry I didn't find this to be an issue really, as my skins usually find their home inside my shell while skiing, leaving room for other packables.

The backpack is very comfortable and low profile and I almost forget I'm wearing it. It works well for front country skiing as well, not burdensome wearing it on a lift. Nice little stash bag + water while skiing at the resort.