CamelBak H.A.W.G. LR

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Even the toughest of the bunch needs to stay hydrated, which is where the CamelBak H.A.W.G. LR 20 Hydration Pack comes into play. Chock full of technology, this bag is first and foremost a hydration system, keeping you in control, energized, and alive. Constructed with the Crux(TM) system, featuring a leak-proof lever, an ergonomic handle for single hand use, and an easy to bite valve that eliminates drippage, the CamelBak H.A.W.G. LR 20 Hydration Pack also boasts a helmet carry and rain cover; a versatile, super useful pack you'll take with you on every bike adventure.

- evo

Camelbak HAWG LR 20 Hydration Backpack - The Camelbak HAWG LR 20 Hydration Backpack offers a lumbar reservoir design that shifts weight from your shoulders to your hips for more stability, making it the preferred choice for long days in the saddle. Maximum storage, maximum hydration, and a lower center of gravity, it gives you all three.

- Outdoorplay

The Camelbak HAWG LR 20 is a supportive hydration backpack for long days of riding. It offers maximum storage,

- EMS

Features of the Camelbak H.A.W.G. LR 20 Hydration Pack Rain cover helmet carry Bike tool organizer roll Flow AC back panel Magnetic tube trap Lumbar reservoir with compression

- Moosejaw

The CamelBak Hawg LR 20L Backpack is the next best thing to have a friend riding behind you carrying all of your gear and water. At least it'll feel like that's the case thanks to the supportive carry that takes weight off of your upper body and places it onto your hips for distraction-free stability as you ride. This stability is partially owed to the 3L CRUX lumbar reservoir, which places your hydration bladder, and thus more of the pack's overall weight, lower down on the pack. The pack also has storage for a second hydration reservoir, helping you stay properly prepared for ultra-long summer rides. You've got a Flow AC back panel and shoulder straps providing cushioned comfort and breathability at the same time, while the Dual Wing hip belt offers support lower down. Integral to the pack, the Dual Wing system uses two hip belts--an inner belt that delivers most of the support, and an outer belt that helps compress the pack and offer more external storage by way of a large stash pocket that doubles as a helmet carry when you're not riding. You'll also have dual pockets on your hip belt for quick access to snacks while you ride, along with dedicated tool storage in the reservoir pocket. An integrated rain cover deploys quickly when fickle alpine weather changes in an instant, ensuring that the only water in your pack is tucked away in a reservoir.

- Backcountry.com