Select Page

CamelBak updates reservoirs and launches three new commuting and mountain biking backpacks

CamelBak updates reservoirs and launches three new commuting and mountain biking backpacks

CamelBak has tapped into the commuting and exploring boom triggered by the pandemic, launching new bags for the metropolis and mountains. The Mule Commute 22…

Friday, Mar 04

News

CamelBak has tapped into the commuting and exploring boom triggered by the pandemic, launching new bags for the metropolis and mountains.

The Mule Commute 22 and Hawg Commute 30 are rolltop cycling backpacks for commuting with weatherproof protection, reflective panels and laptop sleeves.

The Mule Evo 12 is said to be a storm-proof pack with welded seams to keep foul weather out.

CamelBak says it’s designed for scaling craggy peaks on a mountain bike or on foot, such as in the French Alps and Snowdonia. New CamelBak Mule and Hawg commuting backpack specs and details

The Mule and Hawg commuter bags have a waterproof rating of 10,000mm, according to CamelBak, which is equivalent to a waterproof jacket .

Their exterior is made of 330d Cordura nylon and the brand claims this keeps weight down without compromising weather resistance or durability.

Citing evidence that states 70 per cent of cyclists involved in collisions with cars are struck from the side, Camelbak has included reflective material all over the bags.There are side mesh pockets to fit water bottles or a D-Lock, as well as pockets on the harness that can hold a phone. Lights can be clipped to a loop on the back, while a loop on the side provides a place to carry your helmet after dismounting your bike.Both packs can hold a 3-litre Crux reservoir, which is not included in the price.The Mule Commute has 22l capacity and costs £120 / $130 / €129.99. The Hawg Commute has 30l capacity and costs £150 / […]

Share This