CamelBak Magic

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You know, I have owned about every youth CamelBak…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: Multi-pocket hydration pack (light)
Size: 130 cubic inches
Number of Pockets: 4
Max. Load Carried: 7lbs.
Height of Owner: 5 feet 4 inches
Price Paid: $68.89

You know, I have owned about every youth CamelBak ever, and this one is just the best. My family is big on hiking, and I always get hiking/backpacking stuff for my birthday. I've had my Magic since my 13th birthday--I'm 16 and still using it hard.

My Lobo, which I got on my 11th birthday, wore out after a year of use, but the Magic has lasted for three years and still in good condition. 72 oz of water is great, and with the new elixir things CamelBak makes, this thing is awesome!

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Camelbak designed the Magic to be the women's-specific low-profile pack for 2+ hours of mountain biking with essential gear. Includes the Antidote Reservoir with Quick Link System for ultimate hydration.

- CampSaver.com

The women's CamelBak Magic hydration pack sports a gender-specific design for excellent comfort, plus gear storage and a 70 fl. oz. reservoir for quick mountain biking sessions.

- REI

Camelbak Magic 70 oz. Hydration Pack for Women - 2013 ModelDrink your water on the go with the Camelbak Magic 70 oz. Hydration Pack for Women - 2013 Model. It features built-in Velvetex harness lining that prevents irritation on your skin while the ultra-light XV thermo-molded cups provide your back with adequate ventilation. It features S-curved shoulder harness and reduced torso length that makes it a perfect anatomical fit for women. Its Cargo area allows you to bring the basic necessities to go riding for a couple of hours. Channel your inner Kristin Armstrong with the Camelbak Magic 70 oz. Hydration Pack for Women - 2013 Model.

- SunnySports

The phrase 'less is more' has been around much longer than mountain biking, but there really isn't another activity to which it better applies. To an extent, the less you pull up the climb with you, the better off you'll be. Weight equals fatigue. While not entirely minimalist, the Camelbak Women's Magic Hydration Backpack illustrates this point. Able to carry 70 ounces of water, an extra layer, a snack, keys, a phone, your MP3 player, and a multi-tool, the rugged, utilitarian Magic Hydration Pack discourages on-trail gear gluttony. The Magic has plenty of storage for most training rides around two hours-that's probably 10 to 15 miles, depending on terrain and skill level. We're willing to bet that's about 75% or more of your weekly rides. That's a pretty healthy majority of your riding, and at just one pound, the Magic takes care of that quite efficiently. Women-specific harness with 3D mesh for breathability and ventilationVelvetex harness lining is ultrasoft and comfortable against the skinShorter torso length for a woman's specific body shape, also sits above jersey pocketsMultiple access points allow you to get into the pack easily to grab what you needTough, lightweight 70D and 140D Dobby fabric with 1000mm water-resistant polyurethane treatmentNew Antidote reservoir includes a lightweight, quick-seal cap, folding arms on the port to speed drying, and baffles in the body that allow the reservoir to maintain a lower profile when fullNew Quick Link system in reservoir allows you to quickly snap off the tube for cleaning and easily attach accessories like filters, flow meters, and insulated tubesHydroGuard anti-microbial technology inhibits bacterial growth on reservoir and tube surfacesErgo Hydrolock shut-off valve allows you to control water flow and prevents leaksDual back pockets for storage and organizationBike tool organizer pocketStretch overflow pockets for extra gearConvenient external fill hydration system

- Backcountry.com