Camelbak announced their new collection for Spring and Summer 2020, covering a wide variety of activities and ages. New packs cover hiking, multisport, and ride-specific needs, while Camelbak’s bottle range expands into multiple sizes and materials.
The new Zephyr vest focuses on running, and is designed to fit all bodies. The lightweight pack uses a Polygiene finish over 3D mesh, for ‘ideal ventilation’. Two Quick Stow 17 oz soft flasks are included, and the pack is also compatible with a 2L Crux Reservoir. It comes in both men’s…
…and women’s versions – both for $150. Gear capacity clocks in at 10 liters for the 7 oz pack.
The Octane 25 is a multisport pack with a 2-liter Crux reservoir. It has 22 liters of gear capacity and a weight of 1 lb 6 oz. Price clocks in at $145.
The Palisade 32 is a day hiking pack with 3 Liter Cruz reservoir. Gear capacity comes in at 29 liters, at a pack weight of 2 lb 14 oz. It’ll set you back $175 big ones.
The Shasta 30 Women’s pack can cover day hikes, with a 3 liter Crux reservoir. The specs are 27 liters of gear capacity and a 2 lb 12 oz weight, for this $175 pack.
The Chase 8 Vest is a ride-specific hydration pack with 2 liter reservoir, and 6 liters of gear storage for your phone, keys, and other items. It’s designed with 3D mesh for cooling airflow, and sits above your jersey pockets to maximize storage. The 15 oz pack will run you $125.
The low-profile Stash Belt provides 2 liters of cargo capacity, at a feathery 3 oz weight. The $35 pack is meant to carry your essentials in comfort.
The Pivot bottle is made with “Echo”, a 10% renewable, plant-based material that’s free of BPA, BPS, and BPF. The capacity is .75L or 25 oz, at a price of $14.
The Eddy + Kids bottle line uses the same Echo material, and is available in standard and insulated varieties. They feature a leak-proof lid and 14 oz capacity, with prices ranging from $13 to $15.
A stainless steel Eddy + Kids bottle is also available in single wall ($18) and insulated ($23) varieties.