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Everything you need. Nothing you don't.

You don't necessarily need to carry a ton of gear to head out on a long ride when there's no threat of bad weather. With nutrition bars providing plenty of energy and tubeless tires providing whole seasons of no-flat riding, you pretty much need a phone, a multi-tool, and an energy bar. Coincidentally, that's just about exactly what the Camelbak Lobo has room to carry. Well, that and three-plus hours of water.

The first thing you notice when you see the Lobo is its narrow profile. There isn't a whole lot of pack swinging around behind you. Not only is that good for weight savings, but it's also less cumbersome. Although it's made with durable 70D Diamond clarus and 420D nylon, the Lobo weighs just a pound. The less you carry, the less you sweat, which, in turn, means you have to replace less water. For folks who are really on the move, the Lobo has a convenient external fill feature that means you don't have to dig your reservoir out of your pack every time you need a refill.

  • XV back panel with multiple layer foam pods for plenty of cross ventilation with low weight
  • New Antidote reservoir includes a lightweight, quick-seal cap, folding arms on the port to speed drying, and baffles in the body that allow the reservoir to maintain a lower profile when full
  • New Quick Link system in reservoir allows you to quickly snap off the tube for cleaning and easily attach accessories like filters, flow meters, and insulated tubes
  • Ample main compartment and multiple exterior pockets hold your rain gear, multi-tool, pump, spare tube, lunch, MP3, phone, wallet, and keys, while XC helmet carry stows your dome protector
  • Fixed .75-inch belt with cargo pockets keeps the pack from bouncing around as you bomb downhill
  • HydroGuard anti-microbial technology inhibits bacterial growth on reservoir and tube surfaces
  • Ergo Hydrolock shut-off valve allows you to control water flow and prevents leaks
  • XC helmet hook to conveniently carry your dome protector

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4 5

Lo bo

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

Picked up one of these for the lady a few years ago since she was in need of a hydro-pack for hikes and rides. Like Andrew below states, it's a bit of a minimalist pack. I'd say its got enough room for essentials only, and even then, it's a tiiiiiight fit. She can get her phone in, bag of trail mix, and a small first aid kit, but that's about it. I'm used to packing everything, thus I have the MULE, but for her, keeping it lightweight is paramount. I don't mind schelpin' all the other stuff :)

She's taken a few spills with it on whilst riding; handful of times in the washer too, it's still lookin' good!

4 5

Great, Minimalist Hydration Pack

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I picked up the lobo few weeks back before a weekend in Moab, and so far have been impressed with the product. I love the minimalist design, and the pockets have enough space for a cell phone, tools, wallet, sunscreen, and a spare tube. If I'm careful, I can even fit my flask o' whiskey. The straps are not terribly padded, but afford great mobility on the bike, and I have been able to do some pretty technical descending without needing to buckle the waistband. My only gripe is that the pack doesn't possess the cool factor of something like a Poc or Ergon pack, but then again neither do I.

1 5

Lobo camelback

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This pack is not great for mountain biking. I went on a short 12 mile ride with the bladder 2/3 of the way full. The pack fit so poorly that my arms would go numb and caused some pretty bad shoulder pain. I adjusted the pack numerous times and still couldn't find the right fit. I wouldn't recommend this pack to anyone and will most likely be returning it.

5 5

Good for light/short trips

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is great for hauling water but not much else, for shorter trips in hot weather where you'll need the hydration. You can still fit a couple snacks and you keys/phone in as well, but that's about it.

I think this is a great product

5 5

works for mud OCRs

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I took this pack with me on a 4hr mud OCR (SC Beast) and it held up just fine. This was the first time I'd ever run with a pack and I got quite used to the feel of it as I went along. I unsnapped the upper and lower straps so I could breath easier at times but it was never uncomfortable to wear or a hindrance of any kind. It survived barbwire, lots of mud and lots of water. For my uses, the pockets didn't need to have any specific compartments or special sections.

5 5

Great Mountain Biking Pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This compact pack is perfect for the ride length it's designed for. Feels nice and secure when riding. Has enough storage for a tube, multitool, CO2, phone, keys, etc. but it can get a little snug. I would definitely recommend it.

5 5

Perfect for Mountain Biking

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This pack is awesome! Holds lots of water plus enough room for your phone,keys and snacks. Strap it up right and you won't know its there. I took a couple of nasty tumbles and no damage to the bladder or the contents in the pack.

Lobo Hydration Pack Overview & Features

Redesigned with the lightweight XV back panel and integrated helmet-carry hooks. The M.U.L.E. and Lobo both include the 100 oz Antidote reservoir with Quick Link system.