Camelbak Rogue Hydration Pack
The Camelbak Rogue is a no fuss pack for the bare essentials - 2.5L of water and 2.5L of storage.
It's great for a couple hour burn around the local loop, but is not recommended for all-day adventures as it just doesn't have enough storage capacity. It does not have a hip strap either, so will bounce around a bit if you like to ride rough trails. It is ridiculously light though, just 230g for the pack only. It's super handy too, just flip up the quick-release flap on top to fill the new CRUX reservoir. The two external pockets are big enough to fit, a keys, phones and wallets, plus some spares. It has reflective accents too, so you'll be noticed when the sun is down.
The CRUX reservoir will deliver 20% more water per sip and also has a new On/Off switch. Backed by Camebak's "Got Your Bak" lifetime warranty.
|BACK VENTILATION||BREATHABLE AIR MESH|
|SOFT LINED POCKET||NO|
|PACK ONLY WEIGHT||230g|
|DIMENSIONS||39.5 x 25.5 x 15cm|
|TORSO FIT RANGE||38-53cm|
|WAIST HIP FIT RANGE||-|
|MATERIALS||200D POLYESTER PLAIN WEAVE|
Not sure if this is the right pack for you? Check out "The Ultimate 2017 Camelbak Hydration Pack Guide"
Ratings & Reviews
I like my new camelbak
by Steve -
I like my new camelbak because im a big fella and it fits well..it has plenty of room for keys wallet phone tools and pump..also plenty of room for a lite jacket and energy bars.the water bladder holds enough water for a day ride and it has a filler cap big enough so you can jam a hand full of ice in there for those hot days.. it sure beats a water bottle..so much better be able to take more gear out on the ride..
Nicely made pack. Does the
by Gerard -
Nicely made pack. Does the job, plenty of space for tools, wallet, keys, phone etc. Great for XC riding but it doesn't have the waist strap so if your hitting a lot of jumps, expect it to clout you in the back of the head every so often. Bought the Camelbak this one replaced in 2003. Still perfectly good, elastic bits were finally giving up. Ridden over 6000km with it so A+ to Camelbak for long term quality.
Lightweight, comfortable and lots of
by Troy -
Lightweight, comfortable and lots of pockets, sits high up on the back - a big + for me as I do not like feeling something sitting on my lower back. Very easy to forget it's actually there. I wrap the badder in Aluminium Foil and slide it into the bag to help keep the water a touch cooler that the air temperature . This product works very well for me!
great pack for mid length
by Kenny g -
great pack for mid length rides where a water bottle isn't enough ! and you still need the security of the essential spares ,so you don't get stranded .great quality and light weight and enough storage .
Great quality product but found
by Richard T -
Great quality product but found it was a bit small to fit around my chest and the tube from bladder too short when clipped in. Also no waist strap and wouldn't recommend to anyone who does big drops or jumps as it's prone to smoking you on the back of the head.
I like it for size
by Joy -
I like it for size and practicality. I'm a smaller size, so this fits on my back well. Pockets and compartments are handy for the extra items I carry while riding. It also is easy to get on and off.