If you've ever been out in the middle of nowhere and had no access to water, you know how overpowering thirst can be. If you've ever done enduro riding and had to dig through your stuff every time you needed something because you didn't have a nice pack, you know how frustrating it can be. Your wish has been granted: The CamelBak Blowfish Hydration Pack holds 2 liters of water, it is outfitted for a Fresh Filter (sold separately) for you high country enduro riders or hikers, and innovative fitting and cooling technology keeps the comfort level high so your job is to stay hydrated and enjoy the trail.
70 fl. oz. Antidote reservoir is equipped with the Quick Link connection system for hassle-free removal of the drinking tube
Quick Link system also lets you effortlessly add accessories such as a Fresh filter, insulated tube, tube director or flow meter (accessories sold separately)
Wide-mouthed reservoir has its own zippered compartment, making it easy to fill and access the reservoir; quick-snap reservoir cap tightens in just a quarter turn
Big Bite valve is ergonomically positioned for easy drinking and can be easily shut off with a quarter turn
Air Channel back panel with breathable mesh keeps fresh air flowing across the back for enhanced ventilation and comfort
Cavernous main compartment offers plenty of storage; expansion zippered panel expands the main compartment to provide extra storage when needed
Organizing small essentials is easy thanks to the front organizer pocket; top-accessed zippered media pocket is lined to protect scratch-sensitive electronics
Adjustable shoulder straps, slider sternum strap and a removable hipbelt allow you to adjust the fit of the pack
Comments about CamelBak Blowfish 70oz Hydration Pack:
My biggest concern with the Blowfish is the lack of manufacturers information regarding the features and care of the product. I have worked my way through most of my questions and caught a few videos on YouTube, but still don't understand what the"bracket" in the bladder pouch is for. Does it somehow let me know when I am getting low on water?
The hydration pack appears to be of good quality. The bladder is very easy to fill and add ice. The water bladder seems somewhat undersized for the size of the pack. There wasn't enough adjustment on the chest/stomach straps to allow my wife to get a good fit. There should also be pockets to store the waist belt if you choose to not wear it.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend