CamelBak's Lobo makes staying hydrated while riding easier than ever. With 3 liters of fluid capacity, it holds the equivalent of three large bottles—enough water for several hours of fast-paced pedaling. Its insulated reservoir pocket keeps liquids cool, while the reservoir's built-in Quick Link System and Ergo HydroLock valve prevent drips during transport. Plus, the Lobo's secure cargo pockets are great for essentials, making this pack a favorite among adventurous cyclists and hikers who require a little extra carrying capacity.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|Black / 100 oz||00886798623900||62390||LOB14495454K|
|Charcoal/Atomic Blue / 100 oz||00886798623870||62387|
|Charcoal/Ember / 100 oz||00886798625522||62552||CAM30381229R|
|Charcoal/White / 100 oz||00886798625539||62553|
|Electric Blue/Sulphur Springs / 100 oz||00886798623887||62388|
|Exuberance/Charcoal / 100 oz||00886798623894||62389|
|Imperial Blue/Charcoal / 100 oz||00886798625546||62554||CAM3790111L|
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I was skeptical about needing so much water capacity (100oz), but once I bought the Lobo, I found myself extending my rides and staying hydrated. Normally, I would ride on local trails and roads for an hour or two, maybe 10-15 miles. As I started getting more serious, I bought the lobo for the extra water it can carry compared to the 70oz models. Before I knew it, my rides were lasting twoce as long and I was going twice as far. I've gone 30-40 miles and have only run out of water once. You'll have to stop to go to the bathroom before you'll need a refill. I have the all black model, so when the sun is out the water doesn't stay cool for very long, even with ice. But I would blame that one on nature, not the prodcut. I plan to buy this for friends/family as a gift.