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  • CamelBak - Repack LR 4L Backpack - Black
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CamelBak Repack LR 4L Backpack

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$55.99 $74.95

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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    100D Robic nylon dobby, 210D nylon oxford
    Volume:
    4L (240cu in)
    Waist Belt:
    yes
    Hydration Compatible:
    yes
    Reservoir Included:
    crux lumbar 1.5L
    Access:
    top, front
    Pockets:
    6 assorted
    Claimed Weight:
    [pack only] 10.9oz
    Recommended Use:
    downhill, enduro, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    lifetime

    Evolved.

    Up your hip-pack game with the CamelBak Repack LR 4L Pack. This compact hip pack loads you up with a whopping 1.5-liter hydration bladder to quench your thirst on the trail, and features updates that push beyond its predecessor, the Palos, for superior fit and utility on the ride. Carrying a name like Repack we'd expect the bag to carry some clout, paying homage to the founding fathers of mountain biking who spent race days sliding sideways and repacking coaster brakes so that we could one day evolve to the trail dominating beasts we have today, and it does just that, packing functionality into every square inch of its small stature.

    The Repack LR crams six functional pockets into its construction, with space for your multi-tool, spare tube, and gummy bear stash to keep you going. Even when fully loaded with trail snacks and water it manages to stay more stable than many other hip packs, this is largely due to the redesigned buckle system that takes queues from hiking packs. Instead of a backwards pulling strap, the straps cinch forwards which makes it easier to get the leverage you need for securing in place, and with the forward cinch design you'll find that the straps are less likely to slip once snugged down. This translates to an enduro ready hip pack that won't slide around on you when you're railing into berms and gobbling up rock gardens.

    • A hip-pack with attention to the details
    • Redesigned hip strap minimizes pack sway
    • 6 pockets stow away all your essentials
    • Crux reservoir carries up to 1.5-liters of water
    • Lumbar located weight relieves stress on shoulders
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought this for a friend who bikes a lot and was looking for something different than the typical backpack style. He says it's very comfy and he loves it.

    Killer Gift

      Gave it away for the holiday season, but was VERY tempted to keep it for myself. Great storage, good ability to carry water, and comfortable. Win Win Win.

      Free the Back

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This hip bag has changed my riding! Now when I'm riding on hot summer days I don't have to deal with my back overheating and the giant sweat spot created from wearing a backpack. I barely even notice I'm wearing it when riding and it stays secure over bumpy trails and drops. The magnetic hose clip makes it easy to take a sip on the go and reattach the hose without looking down. I can carry a liter of water, hand pump, patch kit, tool, gopro and snacks all in this bag - everything necessary for a great day on some singletrack!

      Just right!

        Exactly what i was looking for! Only thing was the clip on the hose popped off on first real rocky sections. 5 stars for everything except the clip.