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Manufacturer's Description

Visit CamelBak's Capo page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With a huge 100 fluid ounce reservoir to keep you hydrated, you can stay out on the trail longer - The Capo 100-oz hydration pack from CamelBak also employs plenty of interior storage space for extra gear, tools and more. Carry plenty of water in the polyurethane HydroTanium fluid reservoir that's strong, taste-free and insulated to keep your liquid cool.

- Mountain Gear

The Capo from Camelbak is a mid-sized All-Mountain Freeride pack to help you go big before you go home. It's designed to carry a full-face helmet, body armor, goggles, extra layers, lunch, tools, pumps, spare tubes, and electronics.

- CampSaver.com

Camelbak's The Capo is a mid-sized All-Mountain Freeride pack to help you go big before you go home. PRODUCT FEATURES: DESIGNED TO CARRY: Full-Face Helmet, Body Armor, Goggles, Extra Layer, Lunch, Tools, Pumps, Spare Tube, Electronics Capacity: 100 oz (3 L) Cargo: 670 CU IN (10.98 L)

- Appalachian Outdoors

The mid-sized pack will help you get where you need to be for any outdoor adventure. This pack is designed to carry big gear for the sport enthusiast, along with keeping you hydrated. Whether you are mountain biking, hiking or even on a dirt bike you are sure to have everything you need in one pack. Antidote features: - Quick-snap cap that tightens in just a quarter turn - Low-profile fit for unmatched stability - Air-light fillport cuts weight - CamelBak Got Your Bak Guarantee

- Rocky Mountain Trail

CamelBak Capo


The CamelBak Capo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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