CamelBak Sundowner LR 22

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If you've ever attempted to tackle a day-long hike with just a water bottle and granola bar stuffed in your pocket, you've probably learned the hard way that approaching an adventure as such doesn't always leave you feeling refreshed and excited to try it again. So the next time you head out, make sure you bring along the Camelbak Women's Sundowner LR 22 Backpack. With a design that specifically caters to day hikes, the Sundowner LR features a lower center of gravity that in turn assures better stability and comfort as you navigate technical terrain. To achieve such a design, the Sundowner is equipped with a lumbar reservoir that shifts the load from your shoulders to your hips, ensuring a comfortable carry. An air suspension back panel provides ample ventilation by keeping the pack away from your back side, while the hip belt features zippered pockets to keep items such as car keys or granola bars close at hand. Perhaps more importantly, though, the new Crux LR reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip and is designed as such that it prevents water from sloshing around uncomfortably. A generous main compartment keeps your lunch and an extra layer close at hand, and the trekking pole attachment loops let you remove or attach extra gear without much fuss.

- Backcountry.com

CamelBak Backpacks & Bags Sundowner LR 22-Deep Teal/Hot Coral 1153402000. The women's-specific design also features a shorter back panel and contoured shoulder straps designed to fit closely without squashing your chest.

- CampSaver.com

Camelbak Women's Sundowner(TM) Lr 22 Hydration Pack

- EMS

The CamelBak Sundowner LR hydration pack has a lumbar reservoir that shifts weight from your shoulders to your hips. The lower center of gravity gives you reassuring stability on the trail.

- REI