Camelbak Skyline 10 LR Hydration Pack

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The Skyline 10 LR was the pioneering pack in the Low Rider range, and has been exceptionally popular. With its 3L Lumbar reservoir to keep the weight of low and centralised, and it's "just right" 7 litres of storage it's easy to see why. 

The lower centre of gravity of the Low Rider packs is fantastic for those that like to really let rip on the descents as the pack is more stable while also keeping your shoulders free to handle the bike. The weight bearing hip straps has pockets so the essentials are always at hand. It's also got cinch straps on both sides so you can keep you pack tightened into the small of your back as your water level decreases.

For 2017 the Skyline gets the CRUX reservoir which allows it to deliver an additional 20% more water per sip. It's also got a nice new On/Off lever and updated handle and cap.

Included with the Skyline is a removable tool roll, to make trailside fixes a whole lot simpler.

Fast Facts:

STYLELOW RIDER
GENDERUNISEX
BLADDERCRUX
LOCATIONLUMBAR
WATER CAPACITY3L
QUICKLINKYES
CARGO CAPACITY10L
IMPACT PROTECTIONNO
BACK VENTILATIONXV
SHOULDER STRAPSVENTILATED
HIP STRAPYES
HIP POCKETSYES
HELMET CARRYYES
ARMOUR CARRYYES
STERNUM STRAPYES
SOFT LINED POCKETYES
TUBE TRAPYES - MAGNETIC
REFLECTIVITYYES
EXTRAS-
TOOL STORAGEREMOVEABLE ROLL
PACK ONLY WEIGHT650g
DIMENSIONS 
TORSO FIT RANGE43-53cm
WAIST HIP FIT RANGE66-116cm
MATERIALS100D Robic Nylon Dobby / 210d Nylon Oxford

 

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Reviews

4.6

Better than most but not perfect

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Good, but not great. I have the first model LR which I think is better than the new one and yes it sits low but it can still hit you in the back of the head on super steep stuff with decent drops ie metre plus i think it is not bad as a pack for some layers, light rain jacket, goggles, pump and tools but with 3 litres of water all the weight is on your lower back and i end up with a stiff back. Even with only 1.5 water, it's crap and pretty hot too. It takes ages to dry and has no padding on the shoulder straps, wtf camelbak can't you just get it right it's not that hard. The harness is good but all that weight down low sucks and it really needs some compression straps to stop all your gear just flopping around.

Really great little pack. Feels

by -

Really great little pack. Feels secure and is light weight. Comes with a tiny tool bag with its own pocket inside, and a loop inside for securing a small pump. The pocket on the front for storing armour is tiny though. Can't fit my POC knee guards. I have managed to find a way to secure the Bell Super Chinguard in it quite well. Or if you run a full face + a half lid it has great little securing devices on the sides to hold whichever helmet you're not using.

Finally a backback that doesn't

by -

Finally a backback that doesn't smack me in the head every time I jump. It only took Camelbak 28 years to make a dedicated mountain biking backpack that sits around your waist, actually has a strap long enough to go around your sternum, has decent comfortable (and fat) waist straps and stays in place (and away from your head!). Better late than never :) This is the ONLY Camelbak pack that should be listed on this site as far as I'm concerned as the others aren't truly mountain biking packs.

The Camelbak skyline is well

by -

The Camelbak skyline is well designed hydration pack, with large 3 litre bladder & enough space to pack everything you will need for a day ride. The pack fits well, it sit low on your back. This reduces back pain & doesn't suffer from back creep when doing down large decents. Waist bands / straps are wide enough not you cut into you when you tighten then down & as are the shoulder straps. Best suited camelbak for enduro mtbing I have owned.

Best hydration pack I have tried

by -

Best hydration pack I have tried quite a few but this one ticks all the boxes Good fit, down low and doesn't ride up Side storage pouches are easy to get to without taking pack off. Just right size for a phone, multi tool and chocolate Water system works Seems robust and well made Can fit good amount of tools and a light rain best easily Looks good too

It's a quality product but

by -

It's a quality product but with all of the water sitting in the low reservoir, the weight is right on your lower back. I was having an issue with my lower back after a few rides (I hadn't had a problem before) and worked out it was all the water weight from the backpack. I've got a new hydration pack (not LR) and haven't had any back issues since.

Better than most but not perfect

by

Good, but not great. I have the first model LR which I think is better than the new one and yes it sits low but it can still hit you in the back of the head on super steep stuff with decent drops ie metre plus i think it is not bad as a pack for some layers, light rain jacket, goggles, pump and tools but with 3 litres of water all the weight is on your lower back and i end up with a stiff back. Even with only 1.5 water, it's crap and pretty hot too. It takes ages to dry and has no padding on the shoulder straps, wtf camelbak can't you just get it right it's not that hard. The harness is good but all that weight down low sucks and it really needs some compression straps to stop all your gear just flopping around.

Really great little pack. Feels

by -

Really great little pack. Feels secure and is light weight. Comes with a tiny tool bag with its own pocket inside, and a loop inside for securing a small pump. The pocket on the front for storing armour is tiny though. Can't fit my POC knee guards. I have managed to find a way to secure the Bell Super Chinguard in it quite well. Or if you run a full face + a half lid it has great little securing devices on the sides to hold whichever helmet you're not using.

Finally a backback that doesn't

by -

Finally a backback that doesn't smack me in the head every time I jump. It only took Camelbak 28 years to make a dedicated mountain biking backpack that sits around your waist, actually has a strap long enough to go around your sternum, has decent comfortable (and fat) waist straps and stays in place (and away from your head!). Better late than never :) This is the ONLY Camelbak pack that should be listed on this site as far as I'm concerned as the others aren't truly mountain biking packs.

The Camelbak skyline is well

by -

The Camelbak skyline is well designed hydration pack, with large 3 litre bladder & enough space to pack everything you will need for a day ride. The pack fits well, it sit low on your back. This reduces back pain & doesn't suffer from back creep when doing down large decents. Waist bands / straps are wide enough not you cut into you when you tighten then down & as are the shoulder straps. Best suited camelbak for enduro mtbing I have owned.

Best hydration pack I have tried

by -

Best hydration pack I have tried quite a few but this one ticks all the boxes Good fit, down low and doesn't ride up Side storage pouches are easy to get to without taking pack off. Just right size for a phone, multi tool and chocolate Water system works Seems robust and well made Can fit good amount of tools and a light rain best easily Looks good too

It's a quality product but

by -

It's a quality product but with all of the water sitting in the low reservoir, the weight is right on your lower back. I was having an issue with my lower back after a few rides (I hadn't had a problem before) and worked out it was all the water weight from the backpack. I've got a new hydration pack (not LR) and haven't had any back issues since.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Camelbak Skyline 10 LR Hydration Pack12898
Black - 2020886798022116

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