CamelBak Fairfax

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Go straight from your bike to your run during tri training without having to break for water when you're carrying the CamelBak Fairfax Hydration Pack. This lightweight, minimalist pack holds enough water for a 1. 5- hour run, bike, or a little of both, as well as a multi-tool, energy bars, a trail map, and an ultralight shell so you don't get chilled afterwards.

- Backcountry.com

When you hit the trail for a training run or take off on a 20+ mile ride, strap on the Fairfax 50-oz hydration pack from CamelBak and stay hydrated for the duration. Carry plenty of water in the polyurethane HydroTanium fluid reservoir that's strong and taste-free while you keep your keys, energy gels, and spare tube in the 2 small pockets.

- Mountain Gear

Camelbak 50 oz Fairfax(TM) Black/Dark Gull GreyA minimalist pack for cross-training or cycling.Includes the new 50 oz (1.5 L) Antidote(TM) ReservoirFeaturesHydration Capacity: 50 oz (1.5 L)Cargo Capacity: 153 cu in (2.5 L)CamelBak(R) Got Your Bak Guarantee(TM): If we built it, we'll Bak it(TM) with our lifetime guaranteeIncludes the new Antidote(TM) Reservoir-the ultimate cure for dehydration.Antidote features: Quick-seal cap, lightweight fillport, low-profile design, patented Big Bite(TM) Valve, HydroGuard(TM) technology, PureFlow(TM) tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth openingBACK PANEL: Air channelHARNESS: Air meshAdditional Features: Front and back reflectivity, Key Fob inside pocketDesigned to Carry: Ultra-light shell, multi-tool, trail maps, energy barsSpecsHydration Capacity: 50 oz (1.5 L)Cargo Capacity: 153 cu in (2.5 L)Includes the ne

- River Sports Outfitters

A minimalist pack for cross training or cycling, the CamelBak Fairfax features the new Antidote reservoir.

- EMS

CamelBak Fairfax

MSRP:
$49.00

The CamelBak Fairfax is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 8, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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