Skyline LR 10 100 oz Hydration Pack

Mountain Biking The ultimate choice for stability and organization during aggressive downhill rides.
Skyline LR 10 100 oz Hydration Pack is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 11.
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Newly redesigned, our Skyline low rider pack is the ultimate choice for downhill riders. By shifting even more weight and support to the lumbar region, maximum stability is achieved. It’s a small change, but it makes a huge difference: a lower center of gravity gives you more stability on bumpy trails and lets your upper body move more freely. Thoughtful design for gear organization means you can carry your armor, full-face helmet, included tool organizer roll, and plenty more within reach. And the 3-liter Crux reservoir and ventilated back panel ensure you'll stay cool and hydrated. For instant access to your reservoir, a zippered trapdoor makes it easy to refill on the fly, while a magnetic tube trap stows your drinking tube in one click. All of this adds up to more time on the trail and less time fumbling with your pack.


  • 3L Crux™ LR Reservoir with Quick Link: Faster flow rate powers longer adventures
  • Stabilizing Shoulder Yoke: Keeps the pack centered on your back for additional stability and range of movement
  • Magnetic Tube Trap: Keeps your tube secure and accessible when you need it
  • Helmet and Armor Carry: Stow and secure a full-face helmet, knee and elbow pads
  • Ventilated Hip Belt with Cargo Pockets: Wide waist belt optimizes fit and keeps essentials close at hand
  • Ventilated Back Panel: Maximized ventilation for increased riding comfort
  • Removable Bike Tool Organizer Roll: Stash your CO2 cartridges, patch kits and more, roll it up and tuck it away
  • Adjustable Sternum Strap: Comfortable fit for a wide variety of chest sizes
  • Cargo Compression: Keep your gear close to your body for better balance and increased pack stability
  • Stretch Overflow Pocket: Quickly stash or shed a layer or rain shell
  • Soft-Lined Pocket: Keep sunglasses or electronics safe and easy to access
  • Reflectivity: For early morning or late-night rides to and from the trailhead


  • Collection: Mountain Bike Low Rider™
  • Activity: Mountain Biking
  • User: Unisex
  • Hydration Capacity: 3L/100 oz
  • Hydration Type: CRUX™ LUMBAR Reservoir with Quicklink™ System
  • BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
  • Quick Link Disconnect: Yes
  • Gear Capacity: 7L/420 cu in
  • Pack Weight: 650g/1lb 6oz
  • Dimensions: 43 x 28 x 21 cm / 16.9 x 11 x 8.3 in
  • Fits torso: 43-53 cm/17-21 in
  • Fits Waist/Hips: 66-116 cm /26-46 in
  • Waist Belt: Ventilated hip belt with cargo
  • Accessories Included: Bike Tool Organizer, Magnetic Tube Trap™
  • Number of exterior pockets: 6
Mountain biker on high mountain path overlooking landscape below.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well. Been using Camels since they first came on the scene and all have been good. This one, for mountain biking, is great. This pack hugs you and is very secure, and initially feels constricting, but once on the trail you forget it's there. Even weighted down it almost disappears. In general I really dislike wearing packs when riding, but this one is the most tolerable. Very much reduces the sweaty back issue. I wish they made two versions, a smaller and larger volume pack. One issue with wearing an LR type pack is that unless your shirt is tucked in to your shorts the LR design causes your shirt tail to creep up your back and bunch. If the shirt is tucked in this does not happen.
Date published: 2018-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mostly improved over an already near perfect ver. I had the first skyline and loved it. I loved it so much I gave it to a buddy to enjoy. New version has a better belt, but the helmet clips got filed down straight-away. I shouldn't have to saw my helmet straps into them. After that minor mod, the pack is near perfect. One suggestion is a gradient on the straps to simplify adjustment/set up.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good Very happy with the pack so far, largely because I paid only $65 for a well thought out design. I've only had a couple of rides with it but I like the fact it sits low, is comfortable, and seems very well constructed. The waist belt is much more comfortable than my ancient MULE and I like the waist band pockets and integrated tool pouch. Bladder is definitely a little harder to load but that makes sense since it's designed to sit low on your back. It would be easier if the bladder compartment unzipped a little further. I also like the magnetic tube holder. It's a decade better than my old MULE :) Lots of nice little features.
Date published: 2020-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great MTB pack I am on my 2nd one of these and I have owned the Skyline since the first season (2016?). I use this for 1-5 hr mtb rides ranging from tech local trails after work to above treeline epics with basic gear. I can fit a light gore cycling jacket, basic tools, spare bolts etc, basic first aid items, a 29in tube, pump, misc items, food and of course water. I love how the weight sits lower with the Skyline and how secure it is when compared to more traditional fitting hydro packs. In technical sections, it does not move around side to side like the traditional packs that run long longer by design up and down the back. I do not take off my helmet on uphills so I cannot speak to the helmet carry. This pack is not very large or meant for overnights so read the description or look at the pack before committing to using it. I do think that it is great option for beginner to advanced riders who want a more stable lower fitting pack for everyday riding and don't overkill on what they bring. I really like the small tool organizer that comes with the bag. Lastly, the bag is pretty durable and I can be hard on gear but I did rip the outer flap/overflow pocket on my first bag on a high speed descent while ducking a fallen tree. The mesh that attached this to the pack was susceptible to tearing under extreme duress but the new design is much more durable. Keep this in mind however if buying past seasons packs at a discount on line.
Date published: 2019-03-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wanted to like it more This product is my 5th Camelbak backpack, and second with the lumbar style bladder configuration. My last bag (Charge 10LR) was discontinued and I was unable to purchase a replacement for my leaking bladder. Instead of leaving me hanging Camelbak offered me a significant discount on a new pack and this Skyline was the closest replacement. Unfortunately it's not significantly better. The wider hip strap and improved side pocket placements are clearly an improvement, but that's about it for the good. For the bad, the bag is smaller, but somehow takes up about the same amount of space on the outside. My tools/spares/first aid kit barely fit where they had plenty of room in the Charge. The clips for hanging your helmet on the bag are almost impossible to use, there's no loop to hold my pump upright in the bag, It may not be possible to put a jacket in this bag (which had to be neatly folded, but otherwise fit fine in the older design). The magnet clip requires me to carefully place the hose on the clip or it just fall out, and getting a full bladder into the pack (even when it's empty) is a complete pain. I appreciate that Camelbak stood by their product when they couldn't help me with spares, and I understand that their product lines evolve. But I'm not thrilled with this bag and may try to figure out a way to get a different bladder in my old one (which BTW has held up great, and even the bladder lasted years before it failed).
Date published: 2019-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Low rider for MTB trails Replaced a Camelbak Mule with the Skyline. I'm a few rides in and have enjoyed the pack. The harness system is what I like the best, the shoulder straps are wider, and thinner and equalize the weight better. The waist strap is wide and vented and have pouch pockets for the items I use the most (so I don't have to take the pack off). Only cold/cool weather rides so far, so I can't review for hot days, but there is enough room in the pack to remove clothing layers without the packing being too thick and you can zip the main compartment without force. Bottom line, for trail rides this is a comfortable pack. I'll send another update latter when it's hot out and I get some free-riding in and need to pack the armor. The only Con so far is the organization area for small items in the pack. The Mule had small zip areas on the inside to separate items.
Date published: 2020-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from major design defects I am really disappointed with this Camelbak Skyline bag. It suffers from several serious design defects: 1) The closure cap of the water bag is quite difficult to screw properly. It gets easily wrong and in this case, is not waterproof at all. You really have to double check if it's screwed right or not. It surely comes from the screw thread, it is thinner than previous reservoirs. You have to do an entire turn to close, whereas it was only 1/8 turn before. I never had any problems with my previous bags, and I have very often with this one. 2) The full water bag is quite painful to put in place at the bottom of the bag. You can not fill it properly without removing it from the bag (while I could do it with my Lobo). The opening of the bag is not enough and the shape of the pocket, all in width, makes it complicated. A long vertical pocket enters directly; this one not easily. Sometimes, it is necessary to remove almost everything in the bag to put the pocket when it is full. 3) The clips to attach the straps are weird and get stuck very easily if you do not tie them exactly in the axis. You really have to take your time and not clip them quickly without checking. If we put them a little bit wrong, the male center piece does not fit itself where it should and makes the separation very difficult. It also looks fragile, the plastic is thin. Why not choose standard clips? 4) The Magnetic Tube Trap could have been a nice idea, but in some cases, both the magnet and the trap release the tube, and it fell to the ground. None of them has enough strength against the other, they open in the same direction. So, as not to lose the trap, I choosed to tie the tube with a wire and use only the magnet. 5) Camelbak's argument "more water per sip" is not right: the reservoir is much lower than traditional bags, sucking requires more effort. The tube is slightly wider, but it does not help. When it folds a bit in the bag, or something presses on it, it makes aspiration harder, compared to previous bags. 6) The Skyline bag is really heavy for a volume that is not that big. My old Lobo had less internal space, but he was like a feather on my back. I must admit that I appreciate the pockets around my hip, but only the left one has a zip, the other cannot be closed. Because of all that, I do not recommend this bag. There is plenty of willingness to innovate, but it's rather a failure.
Date published: 2018-11-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not great I’ve had this bag for 1 season and it’s my second if this model. While the design is decent, there are some issues you should consider before you buy. Volume is deceptive. This is a day pack only and forget about bringing a waterproof jacket. The bulk of that jacket will vaporize space. This bag is capable of carrying a wind breaker or water repellent jacket along with your other gear. Storage is meh. There aren’t enough pockets. Everything small slips to the bottom of the bag. The clips w/ adjustable straps on the outer pocket are the worst. You must carefully align everything or it will clip in cockeyed and get stuck. Really terrible imho. The hip strap pocket is a good idea but it’s only good for keys or a multi tool. Which is fine, but how about two pockets with zippers. There is no elastic strap for a pump. Seriously? Maybe mine is defective but mine doesn’t have it. Recommend you put pockets on the shoulder straps like the Chase vest. That’s the best design as I see you’ve put it on the mule and hawg. Good job there. Water resistance. Those bag condoms are ridiculous. Is water resistance going to jack up the cost model that bad? I mean at least the top parts or something, but seriously. Come on already. I wouldn’t recommend this pack. I want to like it, but it’s quirky and missing key things.
Date published: 2019-03-01
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