CamelBak Podium Arc 4

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lightweight run belt with 4 Podium Arc bottles mounted in easy access cages, with minimal gear storage. TruTaste(TM) Polypropylene with HydroGuard(TM) lets you taste water--not the bottle. Self-sealing Jet Valve(TM) eliminates splatters and spills. Lightweight, easy to squeeze. BPA-Free. Lockout for leak-proof transport. Elastic webbing with stretch binding. front & back reflectivity. Essentials pocket. Designed to Carry:Phone, energy bar, gel, cash, keys.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Before you head out on your next run, load up with a well-balanced Camelbak Arc 4 Hydration Pack. The Arc 4 carries 32 ounces of high quality H2O in four 8-ounce bottles in a balanced arrangement around your waist. The innovative self-sealing Jet Valves on the bottles eliminate spilling and Camelbak's 100% BPA-free TruTaste polypropylene doesn't add a funky taste to your water.


Camelbak Arc 4(TM) Bottle Belt - SM - Lightweight run belt with 4 Podium Arc bottles mounted in easy access cages, with minimal gear storage.

- Massey's Outfitters

Make sure you grab Camelbak's lightweight run belt with 4 Podium Arc bottles and minimal gear storage for your next run.


On Sale. Free Shipping. CamelBak Arc 4 8oz Bottle Belt FEATURES of the CamelBak Arc 4 8oz Bottle Belt Quick release bottle cage Self-sealing Jet Valve technology Front Hook-and-loop adjust with elasticity Essential pocket with key clip Front and back reflectivity Belt: Elastic webbing with two way stretch binding Elastic Webbing with Stretch Binding 8 oz Podium Arc Bottle Essentials Pocket Reflectivity

- Moosejaw

CamelBak Podium Arc 4

previously retailed for:
$23.60 - $59.99

The CamelBak Podium Arc 4 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 27, 2017 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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