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The update CamelBak Ultra LR Vest carries 70 oz of hands-free hydration at your lower back via the slim and lightweight lumbar Antidote™ Reservoir with a compression waist strap to maintain hydration flow rate, and several vest adjustment points for a secure and stable fit over rugged terrain. An open mesh rear pouch can hold a shell jacket or warmers; 2 front mesh pockets can fit bottles or nutrition and 2 velcro pockets stash small essentials.


  • Skydiver Blue/Egret (62252)


  • Included 70 oz (2L) lumbar Antidote™ Reservoir carries water at waist to help maintain stability on uneven terrain
  • Slim and lightweight reservoir fills easy with quarter-turn of Quick-snap cap
  • Provides liquid for about 2+ hours of exercise, depending upon individual hydration needs
  • Compression strap at waist helps stabilize reservoir and maintain hydration flow rate
  • PureFlow™ tube with Big Bite™ valve; just bite and sip
  • Easy access to re-fill reservoir via zipper flap
  • Adjust height of shoulder straps with velcro
  • Adjustable sternum straps slide vertically for custom fit
  • Waist belt with buckle also adjusts for snug fit
  • Padded mesh back helps keep you dry and comfortable
  • Large rear quick-access stretch mesh pouch for apparel and accessories
  • 2 front chest velcro closure pockets for nutrition and essentials
  • 2 front mesh pockets for water bottle or accessories
  • Front and back reflective details for visibility in low-light conditions
  • Safety whistle attached to hydration tube
  • Torso Length: 14.5 inches (36.8 cm)
  • Weight: .88 lbs (14.1 oz) without reservoir


  • 70D Diamond Box Rip with DWR & 1000 mm PU Coating

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Customer Reviews

Comments: This is the absolute best hydration vest for ultra long runs. The hydration pack being on your waist makes for a terrific ride. There is room for all you need for those multi-hour runs.
From: George, Woodside, CA, USA.  May 25th 2014