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Octane XCT 70 oz Hike
Octane™ XCT is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9.
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Description

Weighing in at 350 grams, the Octane XCT is perfect for moving fast and light. The waist belt provides extra stability and includes zippered pockets for easy access to essentials. The new design features extra storage on the waistbelt and harness, so you can keep keys, gels and maps in easy reach.

Features

  • The brand new Crux delivers 20% more water per sip, with an ergonomic handle for easier refilling, and an on/off lever that makes it easy to prevent leaks.
  • Ventilated waist belt with cargo pockets for easy access to essentials
  • Reflectivity for early morning or evening runs
  • Made with ultralight materials
  • Front-facing pockets on harness for easy fuel and gear storage
Product Detail

Specifications

  • Collection: Hiking
  • Activity: Hike
  • User: Unisex
  • Hydration Capacity: 2L/70 oz
  • Hydration Type: CRUX™ Reservoir with Quicklink™ System
  • BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
  • Quick Link Disconnect: Yes
  • Gear Capacity: 5L/300 cu in
  • Pack Weight: 310g/10 oz
  • Dimensions: 42 x 26 x 14 cm / 16.5 x 10.2 x 5.5 in
  • Fits torso: 43-53cm/17-21 in
  • Back Panel: Padded Mesh
  • Waist Belt: Padded Mesh with cargo pockets
  • Number of exterior pockets: 6
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Camelbak Octane XTC Hydro Pack I bought this pack with trail running in mind. I needed a capacity bladder to last for 3 hrs out on the trail. I also needed pockets that can hold fuel and are easily accessible. My 1st. run with the XCT pack was a fine tune adjustment of the straps. I 'pre-adjusted' the straps before going out. Once out, I needed to adjust the waist strap for my waist size. Once everything was adjusted it stayed where i put it. Accessing the side pockets while running was a bit tough. The way it sits on your waist has the zippers going across your side , almost to your back. Also the taper of the pocket size ( small in front, big in the rear) makes you have to push your items towards your back when fitting it back into the side pouch. The bladder was very easy to fill and install the pack. The routing of the tube over your shoulder is simple enough. There are 2 loops to snake it through. Then there is a plastic 'clamp' to keep the hose from freely bouncing around. So, how does it work? I would say excellent. Its easy to set up the straps. The bladder is easy to fill and install. Nothing leaks ! ( always good) The big bite valve works great. The pack feels light on your shoulders/back while running. Plenty of storage in the back zippered pocket. The pack cleans up easily in soapy water in the sink. A couple of things I had trouble with. When taking a gulp of water you need to 'prime the hose' to get water. If you bite it while drinking, the water drains back into the resivour. Next sip is 'priming the hose' again ( getting water up to the mouth piece). Maybe some sort of 1 way valve in the hose to prevent flow back ? The side pockets are awkward to un zip and re stash your stuff in while moving. ( it could be my technique ?) So overall I am very happy with the pack. It does everything I need it to do. I never stored enough things to capacity yet, so plenty of room in it. A great pack for under the 3-4 hour hike time. Tom
Date published: 2018-09-13
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