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H.A.W.G. NV Hydration Pack

Average Rating = 4.33/5 Average Rating : 4.33 out of 5
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H.A.W.G.® Black / Cool Grey Quick and mobile, CamelBak's HAWG® defines the category of high-action, technical cycling packs. Built for haulin' down a trail, this super stable system holds 100 oz of water, and enough gear, clothing, and food for extended rides.

Features & Specifications
• Full-zip back panel access makes loading a full reservoir easy
• Air Support™ back panel with 3-dimensional Air Mesh enhances ventilation.
• Easy fill, easy clean via the OMEGA™ Reservoir
• Includes the patented Ergo HydroLock™
• Independent Suspension™ and waist harness stabilize load as you move
• External mesh pocket keeps essentials handy
• Multiple storage spaces include two zippered compartments, plus mesh pocket for overflow storage
• Includes dual side compression, stowable waist belt, and sternum strap
• Bungee Cinch System™ secures an unused shell
• Main compartment can accommodate a second reservoir

Capacity: 100 oz (3.0 L)
Dimensions: 19 in x 9 in x 7 in (483 mm x 229 mm x 178 mm)
Volume: Cargo – 1020 cu in (16.70 L)
• Total Volume – 1203 cu in (19.70 L)
Weight: Empty Reservoir – 2.14 lbs (0.97 kg)
• Filled Reservoir – 8.39 lbs (3.81 kg)

Other Colorways Available Garnet / Cool Grey

MSRP (US only) -- $100.00

3 Reviews

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Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: mgoodro, 2005-04-28

I also had a M.U.L.E. before buying the H.A.W.G., which seemed like the perfect pack at the time. After about a year of regular use I've found that when it's full of water it never holds as much gear as I'd like or expect, and when I strap my rope to it the shoulder straps are woefully inadequate under the load. If you're looking for a technical daypack I'd recommend a hydration-ready climbing pack from BD, TNF or Osprey with more room, better suspension and a more durable shell.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: sarcat, 2004-05-24

I've hadan older one for about 3 years now. I use it for day hikes and 4-wheeling trips. 100oz. is tons and the storage is great for just the right amount of stuff for a day hike. The little side pockets are great for emergency gear.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: keithlester, 2004-04-22

I already had the M.U.L.E. from Camelbak and it was good but not quite big enough for my tradding needs. When I saw the H.A.W.G I knew it was a winner. A two man team with one of these each can carry a full rack, helmets, shoes, warm top and waterproof in to a crag, and have enough water and a bit of grub for a full day out. I never go out without it.

Expensive, bit if you want the best, you have to pay.

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