Camelbak Fairfax Water Carrier

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MSRP : $44.00


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Product Description

The 2012 Fairfax is perfect for quick XC rides. With 1.5L hydration capacity, Camelbak has you covered for your quick evening ridesThrough your local state park.The small zipper pouches are large enoughTo fit in an ID, car keys, aTube, snacks, a map, and a CO2 inflator. Low profile design Patented Big Bite valve Air channel back panel Air mesh harness Key clip Reflective


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by jmeske a Racer from royal oak, mi, usa

Date Reviewed: September 3, 2010

Strengths:    Compact, light, stays in place without a waist strap(which are uber anoying anyway), has just enough storage for the essentials without looking like a bulky backpack.

Weaknesses:    bladder is not quickly removable for endurance races(buy 2 of these for 12+ hour races)

Bottom Line:   
Took this thing out the first day i bought it for about a 4 hour ride and never once did i have any rubbing spots or have it twist around on me. Every now and then it will slid up and touch your neck when your on a steep decline but didn't bother me one bit.

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Favorite Trail:   Fort Custer

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $40.00

Purchased At:   REI

Similar Products Used:   dakine shuttle

Bike Setup:   2010 trek top fuel 8 (stock except for xt rear der., easton handlebar, bontrager x light seatpost, and set up tubeless with schwalbe racing ralphs)

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