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Camelbak Repack 4 LR Hydration Pack

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Description

Camelbak's Repack is a reservoir-based waist pack, designed specifically for Mountain Biking. Perfect for riders and racers who need more than a bottle, but don't want to carry a full pack. The Repack LR 4 keeps your water and cargo centred around your waist, leaving your shoulders and back free. Positioned around your waist, you have a lower centre of gravity, granting more mobility on the trail. An extra up-side is that you'll have no more sweaty back and sore shoulders at the end of the day. The Repack includes a 1.5-litre reservoir, storage for keys and a phone, plus integrated tool organisation to keep you prepped for last-minute repairs.

  • Made with Air Mesh material for breathability.
  • Belt with cargo pockets for quick reach storage.
  • Packing volume: 2.5L + 1.5L reservoir
  • Weight: 320g
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Reviews

4.3

A waist pack??

by

Surprisingly good. I expected some movement or discomfort but it has been pretty much perfect.

More water than a bottle but not an overkill on shorter trips.

by

I usually wear the Camelbak Ratchet (3Lbladder) pack because I found that a large water bottle was not enough for my rides (running out of water sux) and I didn't want bottles hanging off my bike everywhere however on shorter trips even half full the Ratchet can be quite hot on warmer days and an overkill so I bought this Repack 4 and love it.
1.5 Liters of water and enough room for a couple of snacks and some basic tools. Cooler to wear and it doesn't take long to get used to using the mouth piece though it is a little fiddlier to place back in holder on the move.

Better than a Small Backpack

by -

Makes use of space much better than a small backpack, has plenty of areas to keep the pack neat, tidy and organised, even has a key ring clip for safety. Belt needs adjustment as the water bladder is used, but is easy to do, so is not really an issue.

Excellent Bum Bladder (that's a thing now, yes)

by -

I bought the Repack as a quick grab-bag to go on shortish rides when the time allows.

I have been carrying a spare 29er tube, thick Topeak multitool, cable lock, phone, wallet, and some small snacks with the full reservoir in it, and I have to say it's great. Could probably fit more into it if I needed, or make room for a compressible jacket by removing the tool and tube. Was worried about the weight after first putting it on, but after a few minutes I actually kinda forgot it was there as my hips bear the load well. The pack sits really securely and comfortably, it's a big difference from a full pack (especially on a warm day). There is some movement when you are being thrown around, but it's surprisingly tame for a bum bag and haven't had it be a distraction yet. The pockets are well designed, and when you need access you can swivel it around to the front easily without actually taking it off. I also find the water hose far easier to access than the one on my regular Camelbak pack.

A worthy purchase, and one I would gladly recommend.

Camelbak Repack 4 LR Hydration Pack

by -

Awesome bit of gear that is very comfortable to ride with. It sits very low on the spine and is cushioned by the water filled bladder so it stays in place as it conforms to your back. Having said that, when the bladder is starting to get low on fluid, the pack does jump around more on the rowdier sections as the belt is not as tight. Getting the tube in and out can be a little difficult at times as the clip tends to roll towards the stomach and you need to use more fingers to get it out. Ample storage for all this packed in; tire levers, multitool, spare tube or CO cartridges, phone, keys, gels and bars.

David Fenessy

by -

Great pack. Just completed a solid 3-4 enduro ride, and barely noticed it was there. Weight was well supported from the lumbar, and the straps were fairly comfortable. Straps needed to be adjusted as you drank and emptied the bladder, but was very quick and easy to do. If you can get over the fact that it is a glorified bum bag, or you love the 80's, get on it!

Ratings & Reviews

9 reviews

A waist pack??

by

Surprisingly good. I expected some movement or discomfort but it has been pretty much perfect.

More water than a bottle but not an overkill on shorter trips.

by

I usually wear the Camelbak Ratchet (3Lbladder) pack because I found that a large water bottle was not enough for my rides (running out of water sux) and I didn't want bottles hanging off my bike everywhere however on shorter trips even half full the Ratchet can be quite hot on warmer days and an overkill so I bought this Repack 4 and love it.
1.5 Liters of water and enough room for a couple of snacks and some basic tools. Cooler to wear and it doesn't take long to get used to using the mouth piece though it is a little fiddlier to place back in holder on the move.

Better than a Small Backpack

by -

Makes use of space much better than a small backpack, has plenty of areas to keep the pack neat, tidy and organised, even has a key ring clip for safety. Belt needs adjustment as the water bladder is used, but is easy to do, so is not really an issue.

Excellent Bum Bladder (that's a thing now, yes)

by -

I bought the Repack as a quick grab-bag to go on shortish rides when the time allows.

I have been carrying a spare 29er tube, thick Topeak multitool, cable lock, phone, wallet, and some small snacks with the full reservoir in it, and I have to say it's great. Could probably fit more into it if I needed, or make room for a compressible jacket by removing the tool and tube. Was worried about the weight after first putting it on, but after a few minutes I actually kinda forgot it was there as my hips bear the load well. The pack sits really securely and comfortably, it's a big difference from a full pack (especially on a warm day). There is some movement when you are being thrown around, but it's surprisingly tame for a bum bag and haven't had it be a distraction yet. The pockets are well designed, and when you need access you can swivel it around to the front easily without actually taking it off. I also find the water hose far easier to access than the one on my regular Camelbak pack.

A worthy purchase, and one I would gladly recommend.

Camelbak Repack 4 LR Hydration Pack

by -

Awesome bit of gear that is very comfortable to ride with. It sits very low on the spine and is cushioned by the water filled bladder so it stays in place as it conforms to your back. Having said that, when the bladder is starting to get low on fluid, the pack does jump around more on the rowdier sections as the belt is not as tight. Getting the tube in and out can be a little difficult at times as the clip tends to roll towards the stomach and you need to use more fingers to get it out. Ample storage for all this packed in; tire levers, multitool, spare tube or CO cartridges, phone, keys, gels and bars.

David Fenessy

by -

Great pack. Just completed a solid 3-4 enduro ride, and barely noticed it was there. Weight was well supported from the lumbar, and the straps were fairly comfortable. Straps needed to be adjusted as you drank and emptied the bladder, but was very quick and easy to do. If you can get over the fact that it is a glorified bum bag, or you love the 80's, get on it!

Specifications

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