Camelbak HAWG LR 20 100oz Men's Hydration Pack
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Camelbak H.A.W.G. LR 20 100oz Hydration Pack
Maximum storage, maximum hydration, and better balance on your bike: the redesigned H.A.W.G. LR gives you all three. (After all, its initials do stand for âHolds A Lotta Water and Gear.) It features an ingenious lumbar design that shifts weight to your hips for more stability when youâre riding with a fully-loaded pack. Itâs also designed to hold a second reservoir for epically long days in the saddle. When the weather takes a turn for the worse, just pull out the integrated rain cover to shield your gear. Weâve also redesigned it with more tool storage and a magnetic tube trap that automatically clicks into place so you can drink without taking your eyes off the trail. The extra pockets on the waist belt keep essentials close at hand, and the universal helmet hooks make it easy to carry your helmet when youâre not riding.
-The brand new Crux LR reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip while keeping weight positioned low on your back, which translates to better stability in the saddle and on the trail.
-Airfoil back panel is our most advanced back panel providing maximum comfort and ventilation even on the longest rides
-Magnetic Tube Trap keeps your tube secure and accessible when you need it
-Stabilizing load-bearing hip belts with cargo optimizes a custom fit and keeps essentials close at hand
-Dual reservoir compression straps cinch the reservoir into the small of your back for a tight stable fit.
-Rain cover keeps your pack and gear shielded from inclement weather
-Built in helmet carry hooks and secures a XC helmet while still allowing full access to your pack without removing
-Carry more water with an additional reservoir comparts that holds 3L/100oz water
-Separate zippered compartment with gear organizer and tool roll.
-Additional top zippered pocket has a microfleece lining and holds your media player
-Reflective accents for visibility in low-light environments