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Some of Our Favorite CamelBak Products are Currently Up to 50%

Now is your chance to save on hydration packs for biking, hiking, and travel. You can even pick up customized gifts like insulated drinkware during this sale.

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For cyclists, CamelBak is synonymous with hydration. From hydration packs and bladders to their awesome Podium bottles, Camelbak is one of those brands that has been with our editors on many adventures. Of course, there’s also a variety of packs and drinkware you can use camping or around the home, too.

We highlighted some of the newest products from CamelBak, all of which are part of the brand’s Cyber Sale, Nov. 17-Dec. 2. The sale includes everything, even customized products, which make for thoughtful, personalized gifts.

If you see something you like, pick it up. Some items may be low on inventory. Once the sale ends, readers can still enjoy additional savings of 25% off sitewide from Dec. 3-Dec. 31 by using code Bikerumor25 at checkout.

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CamelBak Reservoirs and Packs

Adventure Travel Pack 26

This 26-liter top-loading travel pack is made to offer plenty of possibilities. It has a removable 15-inch laptop sleeve, stowaway expansion straps, lash points, a luggage passthrough, and an expandable bottle pocket. And since this is CamelBak there’s an external reservoir sleeve.

The ATP’s eco-friendly design is also noteworthy. The undyed version of this pack is made from 100% recycled re/cor Cordura, which cuts in half the greenhouse emissions of traditional manufacturing. (Even the dyed pack uses safer chemicals.) Most of the pack is made of 210 denier re/cor nylon for long-term durability.

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M.U.L.E. 5 Waist Pack

The Crux 1.5L R reservoir has a generous flow rate and an ergonomic handle for refills. There’s even an on/off lever to prevent leaks. A storage organizer lets you secure must-carry biking tools while the cinch straps let you keep it all compact. Bungee straps let you secure an extra layer, like a windbreaker, within easy reach.

The reservoir has room for two bottle pockets, a magnetic tube trap for securing the sip valve, and hip belt storage for things like keys or a credit card.

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M.U.L.E 12 Hydration Pack 100 oz. — Men’s & Women’s

The redesigned M.U.L.E. 12 Hydration Backpacks got some slight body modifications to dial the ride and fit. The pack holds your hydration reservoir, has pockets for tools, a spot to carry your helmet, and an overflow pocket for a jacket or other layer.

Other additions to the M.U.L.E. include the lightweight Air Support Back Panel for ventilation, mesh straps, and the Magnetic Tube Trap that works with any of the brand’s reservoir tubes. Lastly, CamelBak added a removable stability belt for added flexibility and comfort.

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Kids Mini M.U.LE. 50 oz. Hydration Pack

This is the kid-sized version of the brand’s M.U.L.E. packs. It’s sized for more compact frames with adjustable straps to fit it close to the body. Like other CamelBak packs, the Mini M.U.L.E. uses recycled 200D Poly fabric that is durable, lightweight, and can shed stains. For added safety, the pack has reflective areas to stand out when it’s dark outside.

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CamelBak Drinkware

Podium 24 oz. Bike Bottle

Don’t overlook one of the most-used cycling accessories — the water bottle. If you’re still squirting water from the bottle you grabbed in your local shop’s discount bin, see what the fuss is about with these well-thought-out bottles.

The body is shaped to fit all kinds of cages and its self-sealing silicone valve means you’ll spill less and still enjoy a high flow rate of water or your favorite electrolyte mix. The latest design updates let you take everything apart and clean them.

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Eddy Kids 12 oz. Insulated Bottle — Regular & Stainless Steel

Eddy is CamelBak’s kid’s line, and this vacuum-insulated stainless steel water bottle is built just like its adult versions. However, the cap uses a flip-up straw that needs a bite to sip, similar to a bite valve attached to a reservoir. That redundancy makes it spill-proof while open and leak-proof when closed.

The cap and bottle are dishwasher safe, and free of plastic chemicals like BPA, BPS, and BPF. It is recommended for kids 3 and older.

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Horizon 12 oz. Camp Mug

Horizon is CamelBak’s line of insulated drinkware. The Horizon 12 oz. Camp Mug is the double-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel you’d expect, but gets a practical handle and powder coat finish to help maintain its looks as long as its functionality.

Uniquely, the mug’s tri-mode lid is spill-resistant when closed and slides open with a switch. To keep the mug in place, there’s a non-slip silicon pad under the base.

The mug keeps drinks cold for 6 hours or hot for 4 hours. It is also dishwasher safe.

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Horizon 12 oz. Can Cooler Mug

We won’t over-explain insulated steel drinkware, but the Horizon Can Cooler lets you bring that tech to any 12 oz. can (or most of a 16 oz. can) to help it stay cold longer (It keeps drinks cold for up to 5 hours). The can cooler has a powder coat finish, a non-slip collar, and a silicone base to help keep it in place.

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Horizon 20 oz. Tumbler — Limited Edition POW Collection

Built like the Horizon 12 oz. Camp Mug, this 20 oz. Tumbler ups the size and has a more tapered shape for an easy grip. The powder-coating includes graphics inspired by the mountains as it is a collab with Protect Our Winters (POW).

The tumbler comes with a tri-mode lid for flow control that also accommodates a straw. It keeps drinks cold for 14 hours or hot for 7 hours and is dishwasher-safe.

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This post is sponsored by CamelBak. Explore more deals in the CamelBak Cyber Sale, which runs through December 2.

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