Hiking Gear Guide
Hydration Packs

CamelBak Dart Hydration Pack - 183cu in


Product Details

The Camlebak Dart is the pack for folks who need water and not much else. The 1. 5 liter reservoir will keep you hydrated for about two hours of intense training, and the 183 cubic inch pocket will carry your keys, wallet, MP3 player, and an energy bar to keep you from bonking.

Price : $ 68.98999999999999


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Hydration Packs Checklist

How Much Pack Capacity? Hydration packs come in all sorts of sizes. Check to packs capacity (not just the water capacity), to see it meeds your needs.
How Much Water Capacity? Better to have a "bit too much" water capacity instead of "not quite enough." Remember, these aren't canteens. "Unused" space in the water reservoir lays flat and weighs little.
Planning on Doing Lots of Day Hiking? If so, you might be better off buying a dedicated technical day pack. Most new ones are now "hydration compatible", allowing you to buy a hydration reservoir and carry it seamlessly inside the pack.

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