Them lightweight camelbaksHome › Forum › Bike Forum › Them lightweight camelbaksOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)Them lightweight camelbaks njee20SubscriberIs that not fairly irrelevant when you put 3kg of water in it? The bags aren't particularly heavy. Posted 7 years ago geoffjSubscriberIs that not fairly irrelevant when you put 3kg of water in it? The bags aren't particularly heavy.What is more irrelevant is the excess lard on the fat biffer that will be wearing it – but you miss the point 😆Anyone? Posted 7 years ago dmetcalfeMemberi dont have any idea. what about the ones that they made in a shirt for racing, holds about a litre, and you wear it under your jersey, seen them about. Posted 7 years ago tracknickoMemberrun mine empty. proper light. Posted 7 years ago druidhMemberOMM (used to be KIMM) do some lightweight rucksacks that take reservoirs. Posted 7 years ago geoffjSubscriberFound it doh! http://www.singletrackworld.com/2009/04/camelbak-mule-lightweight/ Posted 7 years ago chiefgrooveguruMemberCamelbak ScudoI got one half-price last year as they'd been discontinued. I too fail to see the point but a bargain is a bargain. Posted 7 years ago druidhMemberAh – the OMM one is still lighter…...or should that be lighter still? Posted 7 years ago geoffjSubscriberYou know, versions of the mule etc., which were made with lighter ripstop-type material.What were they called and where do they sell em?Ta Posted 7 years ago glenhSubscriber3kg of water?I only take 1.5L for whole day rides.Light + fast is the way to go. 🙂 Posted 7 years ago hilldodgerMemberInnov8 hydration packs seem to be the lightest of all, but may be bordering on the flimsy for the stw 'hefty packers club' Posted 7 years ago jonbMemberI think they are octanes Posted 7 years ago Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)The topic ‘Them lightweight camelbaks’ is closed to new replies.