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Manufacturer's Description

Visit CamelBak's Scorpion page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Haul your lunch, helmet and hydration up the slopes with this versatile snow pack, featuring a clean lift-friendly design and just enough space to keep you outside longer without getting in the way.

- REI

Free Shipping. CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Pack FEATURES of the CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Pack 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap Lightweight fillport Dryer arms Center baffling and low-profile design Patented Big Bite(TM) Valve HydroGuard(TM) technology Insulated PureFlow(TM) tube Easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening External fill Goggle pocket

- Moosejaw

A CamelBak ski pack that fits under a shell with cold-weather insulation and essential pockets. Hard-charging riders carry the essentials in this lift-friendly hydration pack. Includes the new 70 oz (2 L) Antidote reservoir with 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite Valve, HydroGuard technology, 4mm insulated PureFlow tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening. Back Panel - Snowshed. Harness - Therminator provides easy access for frequent sipping, insulated and fully enclosed to protect against freezing. Additional Features - External fill, goggle pocket, essentials pocket. The CamelBak Scorpion has everything you need to go all day on the mountain. Fabric Specs: 600D Poly with DWR and 1000 mm PU coating, 210D Nylon with DWR and 400 mm PU coating. Hydration Capacity: 70 oz (2 L). Total Capacity: 200 cu in (3.28 L) + 2L Reservoir. Pack Weight: 1.6 lbs (.73 kg). Torso Length: 16 in (41 cm). Available Color(s): Silver, Charcoal

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Well, you've done it, again. After a full morning of lapping the chairlift, you've officially drained you mini water bottle, and now you're left with the choice of either going without water and bonking or trying to navigate the lunch-time horde at the lodge. Next time, just set yourself up with the CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Pack and refuel on the go.

- Backcountry.com