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Peak Bagger
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Peak Bagger

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Peak Bagger

Manufacturer: CamelBak

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Page By: Bryan W

Created/Edited: Jun 7, 2003 / Jun 7, 2003

Object ID: 747

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Largest of the Ascent Series, the Peak Bagger is the ideal multi-season pack when you need to carry enough water, food, clothing and equipment for a serious all-day hike or a light overnighter.

Features

Dynamic Contour Design distributes the load and adds stability.
2,300 cubic inches of storage space include main compartment with double slider, outside zip pocket and two side mesh pockets.
The 100 ounce reservoir is directly accessible from outside the pack via the Water Hole.
Three horizontal compression straps for load stability.
Includes sternum strap and 2-inch waist belt.
Materials: nylon 1000d, 500d and 420d cross rip.
Big Bite™ Valve and Screw Cap Closure.
New Ergo Angle™ positions the Bite Valve and serves as a quick disconnect to plug your delivery tube into your water filter.
Available in Abyss Blue.
Dimensions: 13 in x 10 in x 22 in (330 mm x 254 mm x 559 mm)
Volume: Cargo - 2,100 cu in (34.4 l) • Total - 2,300 cu in (37.4 l)
Pack Weight: Filled Reservoir - 8 lbs, 10 oz (3.9 kg)

Reviews

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Bryan WUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

CamelBak should have named this one the "Hawg". This will give any day pack a run for its money. It also comes with a 100 ounce bladder, which along with just one small water bottle in the cargo pocket, should be more than enough for any day trip. The only thing you can't put in this is a sleeping bag, else it would be perfect for an over night trip. There is no shortage of space with this one. More than likely it will get too heavy before you run out of room.
Posted Jun 7, 2003 10:47 pm

Alan ArnetteUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

My favorite treking pack. Holds enough for one day and water as well. Great design. My wife and I fight over who get its when we go out!
Posted Jul 6, 2003 8:20 pm

petersbikeUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

Camelbacks are designed very well. They are tough and although little heavier than other packs , you will be impressed with them and amazed at how long they last under constant punishment. I've used three different camelbacks for different racing and have found them to be extremly durable.
Posted Apr 17, 2005 12:41 am

MishaUntitled Review

Voted 5/5

Great pack for day-outings, trekking, hiking or climbing! I use this pack almost exclusively for day climbs. It is large enough to fit my food, emergency gear and a trad rack (or rope). Years ago I realized that I need at least 100oz. of water per day when I climb at higher elevations and this pack helps me carry that water seamlessly. It is very convenient to drink through the hose while you climb as it does not get in the way and you don't need to pull out bottles.
It is pretty durable; I am using it for close to two years without issues. It saw a lot of action (over 30 technical alpine ascents, countless cragging).
I will buy this pack again when my current one wears out.
Posted Sep 9, 2005 11:42 am

stephoFormer Pack

Voted 5/5

Used this pack for a few years until it became to small. Very comfy and can fit 3 liters of water easily. Very durable.
Posted Mar 30, 2008 5:03 pm

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