Camelbak Asset Water Carrier

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $115.00


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The Asset pack from Camelbak comes in a compact package, but is versatile enough for your 2+ hour rides. All of your riding essentials have a place inThe Asset. Easily carry your full face helmet, protective gear and goggles. You will also find areas for yourTubes, multi-tools, keys etc. 518 cubic inches of storage is moreThan enoughTo carry your extra gear, food and other ride essential. 70 oz. capacity (2L)Cargo capacity: 518 cu. Inches70 oz (2 L) Antidote reservoir with Quick Link™ System, 1


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mr.Dman a Downhiller

Date Reviewed: July 22, 2012

Strengths:    Very strong construction

Weaknesses:    Helmet carrier sort of flops around

Bottom Line:   
This is a great pack that holds all of my gear riding up the mountain, and stays secure bombing down. The antidote water reservoir is a good water carrier with lots of great features. I read about other people having issues with leaking, but mine doesn't leak at all. The only complaint I have is that the helmet carrier is not the most secure. It gets the job done, but as soon as you drink some water, the straps loosen a little and the helmet flops around some. This is just me being picky and really isn't an issue. I really like the armor carry straps at the bottom; they work very well.

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Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   ebay

Similar Products Used:   Water bottle inside of backpack

Bike Setup:   2010 airborne taka

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5-spot braking asset

]It appears that "Spotty" has a tendency to ride "high" in the suspension under braking. The suspension is active, that is not the problem, but there is a clear change of asset that takes place under even moderate braking. This puts a lot of weight to the front, and "pushes" you against the handleb ... Read More »

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