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CamelBak Octane XCT 7L Backpack

$84.95
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Octane XCT 7L Backpack

From flat paved roads to steep singletrack trails, push yourself farther with the CamelBak Octane XCT Hydration Backpack. The middle of CamelBak's three-part Octane series, the XCT is built around the 2-liter Crux reservoir to deliver essential hydration with each sip from the convenient valve. The pack's unique body-hugging design helps reduce jostling as you move, while the load-bearing hipbelt keeps gels and energy close at hand to keep your body functioning at peak performance whether you're training for a marathon or just enjoying an afternoon on the trail.

  • Run farther with this lightweight hydration pack
  • Includes 2-liter Crux reservoir for quick hydration
  • Padded back panel with air channel for increased ventilation
  • Hipbelt with dual pockets for energy gels and snacks
  • Front pocket keeps small items secure
  • Reflective detailing increases visibility
  • Item #CAM007K

Material
70D nylon diamond ripstop, 3D Vent poly mesh
Volume
[cargo only] 5L (300cu in)
Shoulder Straps
mesh
Waist Belt
yes, zippered pockets
Hydration Compatible
yes
Reservoir Included
yes, 2L Crux reservoir
Access
front
Pockets
2 hip belt, 1 front, 1 hydration
Dimensions
[torso fit range] 17 - 21in, [waist fit range] 26 - 46in
Claimed Weight
[pack only] 10oz
Recommended Use
running
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Small/ compact and a little more

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Weight
165 lbs

This is a good pack for short hikes, boat rides, or whatever else. 2L is just about what you need without being too heavy. Pretty good fit, enough room for a full bladder, a very light layer and a snack or two. Overall satisfied with my purchase.

>Rating: 2

Couldn't get fit right for running

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I had been doing trail runs with a big bulky Dakine pack (really more of a mtb pack). I loved that this Camelbak was super light and streamlined but I just couldn't get the fit right. It chafed right above my collar bone no matter what I did. I started using a Salomon hip belt (still not perfect, but pretty good) for runs 2.5 hrs and less and I just use the big bulky pack for those longer than 3 hours. Its heavy but doesn't chafe. Will need to figure something out for longer trail races (over 3 hours) like a vest or something. If you are just using this to hike or ride (i.e. no major movement on the upper body) I think it would be great.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Pack!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I used this for the Wasatch Back Ragnar this summer, this pack was fantastic! It's highly adjustable and doesn't bounce around a lot when you're running. But be mindful of weight, 2L of water, plus a jacket could make this bag weigh about 4-5 lbs, which can eventually feel like a lot on hard trails. This pack really came in handy when I had a 9 mile uphill leg in 90 degree heat. I was really lucky to have this pack during that leg of the Ragnar. If you're a runner, cycler, or day hiker, look no further, this is a great pack. Your search is over.

>Rating:

Has anyone tried to fit a generic 3L bladder in an Octane XCT 7L Camelbak? I have one that I'd like to find a somewhat streamlined vest to carry it.