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Where's your water? You're wearing it.

Forget about chafed shoulders and a bulky hydration pack on your back, and zip up the low-profile CamelBak Women's PowderBak Hydration Pack instead. Integrated into a stretchy and comfortable mid-layer vest, a 72-ounce bladder keeps you from going thirsty on your longer cardio adventures. When powder strikes, you'll be glad that the insulated drinking tube keeps your water liquid for quick access, and Quickwick fabric manages moisture to keep you dry as well as hydrated.

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4 5

Sizing is bogus

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

DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT IF YOU HAVE BOOBS! The sizing is not what you expect. I ordered this in a Women's size Large which ALWAYS fits me, but I could not get this to zip up over my chest. So much for being a women's cut. I ended up buying a Men's XL on another site and that fits me just right.

Whiskey Militia was awesome and hooked me up with a free return on this item. Having taken the correct size out for 2 days on the slopes I can say that the camelbak worked perfectly with no freezing or issues with water flow.

The only other negative here (besides the sizing) is that you will look like a hunchback if you wear this under any clothing. But that's a small price to pay for being able to stay up on the hill all day long and not come down for anything.

Unanswered Question

Does the reservoir have quick connect?

Does the reservoir have quick connect?

5 5

Extreme Cold Hydration Solution

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

I bought this vest for winter endurance racing & am really liking it so far. Tested in subzero temps with no frozen water or nozzle.

Here are a few pointers though:

It took two tries to get the sizing right. I'm a sz4 & small in pretty much everything and had to reorder a size up (medium). Length was adequate in either size.

If you remove all of the air out of the bladder & put any layer over the vest, it will reduce slosh noise & minimize movement while running.

Remove the bladder from the vest before you refill it. Otherwise you run the risk of water overflow onto the vest when screwing the cap back on & lets face it, when it's cold out, you really don't want a wet vest strapped to your back.

Only Con: Wished there was a 3litre version, but for the average consumer the 2L is perfect.