CamelBak Dart

Price: $48.75 MSRP: $65.00
CamelBak Dart Black/Lemon Chrome
In Stock: 6+
  • Color: Black/Lemon Chrome
  • Accessory Size: One Size
CamelBak Dart Skydiver
In Stock: 2
  • Color: Skydiver
  • Accessory Size: One Size

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Model Number: 620-

The CamelBak Dart is a go-fast pack with 50 oz of hands-free hydration via the slim and lightweight Antidote™ Reservoir, a sliding sternum strap and side compression straps to dial-in the fit, with two rear zipper pockets for accessories and an open mesh pocket for nutrition to keep you going multiple hours.

Colors
  • Black/Lemon Chrome (62072)
  • Skydiver Blue (62091)

Details

  • 50 oz. (1.5 liters) Antidote™ Reservoir included: slim and lightweight reservoir fills easy with quarter-turn of Quick-snap cap
  • Provides liquid for about 1.5+ hours of exercise, depending upon individual hydration needs
  • PureFlow™ delivery tube with Big Bite™ valve, just bite and sip
  • Insulated reservoir pocket keeps liquid cool
  • Air Mesh channeled back panel and shoulder straps for enhanced ventilation
  • Adjustable sliding sternum strap and side compression traps let you cinch down pack for a custom fit
  • 2 external zip pockets for nutrition, lightweight shell jacket, and other accessories
  • Front left open mesh pocket for quick access to nutrition or small essentials
  • Front and back reflectivity improves low-light visibility
  • Torso Length: 13 inches (33 cm)
  • Pack Volume: 183 inches³ (3L)
  • Weight: 9.5 oz (270g) with empty reservoir
Fabric 
  • 70D Diamond Clarus & 230D Taffeta with DWR + 1000 mm PU

Comments: Bought this a few weeks ago and used it for the first time today on a 22 mile long run (about 3 hrs). I had previously used a Fuel Belt, but I wasn't a big fan because it was way too bouncy and uncomfortable. Never tried a CamelBak or other backpack hydration system, and I LOVED IT today. The pack adjusts in several places, and once it's secured, it did not bounce at all. There was enough storage space for me to stash a thin shell and earband when I got warm. The only bad thing was that the bladder was pretty noisy, sloshing around. I was running solo so it wasn't a big deal, but if I had been with other people they might have gotten annoyed by the sloshing.
From: Molly, Glen Ellyn, IL

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