Camelbak Pakster Daypack
The Pakster slides over a ThermoBak and has pockets for food, bike tools and other items in a zipper closed and large mesh pocket. It has a tie down so these items can be lashed to its outer surface.
Unbuckle the Camelbak straps, pass through the openings at the bottom, velcro the top and go!
- Slips over a camelbak
- Large zippered pocket (2 inches deep)
- Expandable mesh pocket (7-1/2"x 7")
- Small zippered pocket (4 1/2" x 3 1/2")
Pros and Cons of the Gear
- 500 Denier Cordura
- Must use a Camelbak with straps to make this work
Reference List: Articles in Periodicals
The “Oasis Bib Suit” for women makes using a CamelBak
easy and comfortable Advertisement; Bicycling Magazine,
1 “Putting and End to Leg Cramps", Mountain Bike Action
Magazine, Man, 1995.
“It’s About Time You Started Listening to Your Water
Bottle", Mountain Bike Action Magazine, Man, 1995.
“Torture-Testing 5 Water Packs”, Mountain Bike Magazine,
Feb., 1995. pp. 112-118.
“Camelbak Pakster vs. TWP Hunchback l1", Bicycling
Magazine. Jan., 1995.
“Fitness Q&A", Bicycling Magazine, Jan., 1993, p. 32.
“The Bomber Cage", Bicycling Magazine, Apr., 1993.
“Scienti?cally Tested". Mountain Bike for Adventure Maga
zine, Apr., 1993.
Primary Examiner—Philippe Derakshani
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