CamelBak Delaney DC

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OK running pack. This is great pack for running except…

Rating: rated 3 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $25

Summary

OK running pack.

Pros

  • Fit
  • Function

Cons

  • too much wieght concentrated in on are of back

This is great pack for running except when fully loaded with fluid. It is confining to have that much water in one area. The fit is great and there is minimal bounce. I suggest using smaller bottles. The Camelbak jet valves are awesome. Makes for a good 10-15 mile.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The CamelBak Delaney DC Lumbar Pack has been designed, re-designed, and tested by serious runners who need to hold keys, snacks, identification, water, gels, and a media player without feeling weighed down. Other elements of the Delaney DC include front and back reflectivity and two included BPA-free Podium bottles and two 5oz gel flasks.

- Backcountry.com

A double Podium Bottle configuration provides always-open, always-shut access in a stable platform for long distance training. Includes two 24 oz Podium Bottles and two 5 oz gel flasks

- CampSaver.com

This stable belt system features dual Podium bottles and gel flasks to keep you hydrated over long distances.

- EMS

On Sale. Free Shipping. CamelBak Delaney DC 24 oz Podium Bottle DECENT FEATURES of the CamelBak Delaney DC 24 oz Podium Bottle Perforated foam back panel Reflectivity Bungee cinch system Front and back reflectivity 2 Podium 24 oz bottles Design to Carry: Energy bar, gel, cash, keys, media The SPECS Hydration Capacity: 58 oz / 1.7 liter Total Capacity: 46 cubic inches / 0.75L Pack Only Weight: 9 oz / 260 g Dimension: 8 x 16 x 3.5in. / 20 x 41 x 9 cm Fabric: 70D Diamond Clarus with DWR + 1000 mm PU and perforated foam

- Moosejaw

CamelBak Delaney DC

MSRP:
$49.00

The CamelBak Delaney DC is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 14, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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