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Manufacturer's Description

Visit GoLite's HydroCruise page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built for long day hikes, the HydroCruise Hydration Lumbar Pack is the largest lumbar carrier made by GoLite. It handily holds your liquids, edibles, a lightweight shell and other essentials.


Soft-stretch mesh hipbelt moves moisture quickly Zippered stretch hipbelt pockets Angled, lightly insulated bottle holsters with bottom drain holes Two cargo compartments Holds two wide-mouth water bottles (not included) 360deg reflectivity Hiking design

- GoLite.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. GoLite HydroCruise Lumbar Pack DECENT FEATURES of the GoLite HydroCruise Lumbar Pack Newly developed soft-stretch mesh hip belt moves moisture quickly to promote rapid drying Zippered stretch hip belt pockets hold keys, gel, phone, camera, etc Angled, lightly-insulated bottle holsters with reinforced guide scoops and bottom drain holes Improved No-Bounce load control system is easier to adjust on the move Two cargo compartments carry wind jacket, food and other day hike supplies Holds two wide mouth water bottles 360deg reflectivity The SPECS Weight: 10 oz / 285 g Volume: 275 cubic inches / 5 liter Material: 50% Recycled Double-Diamond Ripstop Nylon (210 denier), Nylon-Spandex Stretch Woven, High-Void Polyester Mesh

- Moosejaw

The GoLite HydroCruise Lumbar Pack is built for long day hikes with room for more than 2 liters of water, lunch, a shell and other dayhiking essentials.

- Altrec Outdoors

GoLite HydroCruise


The GoLite HydroCruise is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 31, 2015 at REI.

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