CamelBak Charge 240

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Hydration Capacity: 70 oz (2 L) Cargo Capacity: 92 cu in (1.5 L) + 2L Reservoir Includes the new Antidote? Reservoir with Quick Link? System?the ultimate cure for dehydration. Antidote features: Quick Link? System, quick-seal cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite? Valve, HydroGuard? technology, PureFlow? tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening BACK PANEL: L.E.? (Lightweight Exoskeleton) HARNESS: Ultra-light 3D mesh BELT: Removable 1 in / 25 mm 840D lightweight tape stability Additional Features: Quick Link? System, Stash pocket holds race-day essentials, Short pack profile Designed to Carry: CO2 pump +cartridges, multi-tool, spare tube, energy supplements


Crank hard on the muddiest trails out there with the Charge 240 hydration pack from Camelbak. This lightweight hydration pack comes with the Antidote Reservoir equipped with Quick Link system, a quick-seal cap, wide fillport, and a PureFlow tube and Big Bite Valve. A lightweight exoskeleton supports your load and light 3D mesh harness ensures breathability.

- Mountain Gear

Are you in need of a hydration pack that doesn't consume your entire back? The Charge 240 has a 13" torso length, while providing you with 70 oz of hydration compacity and practically weightless at 8.5 oz, this bag was made just for you. Includes the new Antidote(TM) Reservoir with Quick Link(TM) System-- the ultimate cure for dehydration. 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

With a short pack profile, the Charge 240 from CamelBak is a lightweight race-day pack that sits above jersey pockets. Includes low-profile Antidote reservoir with Quick Link system.


CamelBak Charge 240


The CamelBak Charge 240 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 19, 2013 at

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