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CamelBak Snoblast 23L Winter Hydration Backpack

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    Hydration is on the menu today.

    When you’re trying to find something in the bottom of your pack and simultaneously hold everything you pull out, you inevitably drop something in the snow. The Camelbak Snoblast Winter Hydration Pack has a tri-zip design that allows you to access your gear from the top, or unzip the side to see the pack’s entire contents, so you don’t have to pull everything out to get to that snack that has to be in there somewhere. The pack has attachment systems for a helmet and a pair of snowshoes, so you’re prepared to go wherever the day takes you. It expands an additional 6 liters for long days on your own, or cinches down into a low-profile shape for days on and off the lift.
    • Hydration pack for winter activities
    • 15L capacity fits comfortably on a chair lift
    • Crux reservoir holds 2 liters of water
    • Therminator shoulder harness insulates the drink tube
    • Expands 6L for extra storage space
    • Multiple pockets organize the essentials
    • Item #CAM008A

    Tech Specs

    Snowshed, DWR
    15 + 6L (915 + 366cu in)
    Shoulder Straps
    Waist Belt
    Hydration Compatible
    Reservoir Included
    1 main, 1 goggle, 1 key clip, 1 interior
    Helmet Carry
    21in x 10in x 6.5in
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry snowshoeing
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Does the job

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Used this pack all last season. I agree with the above reviewer. The mouthpiece freezes quickly. I would try to remember to at least suck and spit, but as soon as you forget it freezes and you are then stuck carrying dead weight. I just don't think it's worth it unless its a warm day. Pack size is just right to keep you in the resort all day. Enough for an extra layer, snacks, goggles, and a few beers.

    Great little winter pack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have two of these packs now, they work great for snow skiing and many other winter activities.

    The "T" shaped zipper allows full access to the pack, which is great when things go to the bottom. The top pocket is large and perfect for those must-have items like phones, sun-screen, keys, batteries, etc.

    The insulated tube doesn't really work so great, the valve is exposed (this is where the tube always freezes), I guess that the good part is you can put that valve in your mouth and warm it up fairly easily, but you must keep drinking on a regular basis if you want to avoid freezing it.

    Could I used this for mountainbiking? I live in a fairly hot climate, and having the tubing covered in the strap might be nice... How big is this pack in comparison to a real life object (when not extended) Will it be fairly compact for mtb and maybe hiking day trips?

    The pack is bigger than most mountain bike camelbacks, that being said I live in Alaska, and regularly take this hiking and mtn biking because I can fit an extra layer and rain gear in it. The straps control the empty pack well, but the top, where the pockets are, gets harder to use with the pack empty.