CamelBak H.A.W.G. NV

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This hydration pack is the largest CamelBak mountain bike pack, its initials standing for "Holds Alotta Water and Gear." It lives up to its name with 17-liter gear capacity and 3 liters of hydration.

- REI

If you're going to hit the trails for a full day of riding, you're going to need a pack that holds a lot of water and gear. With ample cargo space and the ability to carry 3 L of water, the Camelbak H.A.W.G has you covered.. . . . . NV back design features articulating foam pods for a fully-ventilated back panel that keeps the load off your back. Independent suspension with ultra light 3D mesh and perforated foam for all-day comfort. 3 L Antidote reservoir has a quick-snap cap for easy opening and closing, a low-profile fit for more stability, and a lighter fill port to cut weight. Quick Link system allows the tube to be disconnected from the reservoir for easy filling. Extra large opening makes the reservoir easy to fill and clean; hidden folding arms lock out for faster drying. 14 L of cargo space gives you more than enough room for extra layers and your lunch, phone, wallet, and keys in addition to your bike tools, pump, and spare tubes. Bike tool pocket keeps your bike tools, pump, and spare tubes organized and easy to access. Includes an integrated helmet carry system and a convenient. Magnetic tube trap lets you hydrate without having to take your eyes off the trail. Integrated rain cover protects your gear in the event of wet weather. Fixed 3/4 in. (20 mm) waist belt provides added stability; cargo pockets provide a quick-access option for energy gels, chews, or bars.

- EMS

CamelBak H.A.W.G NV Hydration Backpack - The H.A.W.G NV Hydration Backpack by CamelBak allows the rider to bring the gear and hydration they need while providing a comfortable and ventilated ride, this technical pack is built for a full day on the trail. With maximum volume and hydration, the H.A.W.G. NV is by far the largest CamelBak mountain bike pack, after all, its initials stand for "Holds Alotta Water and Gear." This pack definitely lives up to its name, with ample cargo capacity and 3 liters of hydration for all-day, all-weather rides. The revolutionary NV back panel holds the pack away from your back to keep you cool and comfortable whether you're crouched in the saddle, charging an uphill section or hucking over rocks. The individual pods move in sync with you, while the lumbar panel and wider waist belt keep the bag secure and balanced. When the weather takes a turn for the worse, just pull out the integrated rain cover to shield your gear. The H.A.W.G has also been updated with more tool storage and a magnetic tube trap that automatically clicks into place so you can drink without taking your eyes off the trail. The extra pockets on the waist belt keep essentials close at hand, and the universal helmet hooks make it easy to carry your helmet when you're not riding. The 3 liter Antidote reservoir features HydroGuard anti-microbial technology, a taste-free Pure Flow tube, and the Big-Bite valve all in a wide-mouth easy-to-clean opening. Designed to carry a helmet, rain gear, a multi-tool, pump, spare tube, lunch, phone, keys, the CamelBak H.A.W.G NV Hydration Backpack is a must have for your next for full day adventures.

- Outdoorplay

Free Shipping. Camelbak H.A.W.G.NV Pack FEATURES of the Camelbak H.A.W.G.NV Pack Ample cargo capacity 3 liters of hydration for all-day, all-weather rides Revolutionary NV back panel holds the pack away from your back to keep you cool and comfortable Individual pods move in sync with you, while the lumbar panel and wider waist belt keep the bag secure and balanced Integrated rain cover to shield your gear Tool storage and a magnetic tool trap that automatically clicks into place so you can drink without taking your eyes off the trail Extra pockets on the waist belt keep essentials close at hand Universal helmet hooks make it easy to carry your helmet when you're not riding

- Moosejaw