Even if you just type it in google it will bring up where to buy it.
ah...i see that now. thanks for the insight
@newnew Yea the flagship REI store is right in downtown Seattle so hit that up if you can it's a pretty cool, huge store. There are a bunch of different CamelBak backpacks that you can find at REI or online that are various sizes and come with a reservoir. The one I have is called the Mule and it has a lot of different pockets and compartments to put all sorts of stuff. There is usually a main padded compartment specially made for the reservoir that has a slit for the tube to go through. It fits a surprising amount of random items for its size even while holding a 3L reservoir. So yea the pack is for holding/insulating the reservoir and also for holding whatever else you want. Hope that helps, good luck buying man.
the compartment where the reservoir goes into, i know it depends on the model, but for the most part, if that part is padded, i don't have to worry about the rest of the bag do i? like when i go boarding i fall on my back and random other falls when doing dumb shit. will it uphold? i was on the website and i clicked on the "winter" section, i'd like to avoid carrying around a full blown backpack if possible and just have something on the smaller side
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