Author Topic: Camelbak  (Read 281 times)

FenPosh

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Camelbak
« on: 18:56:30, 20/11/17 »
Hi, Can anyone reckon a not to pricey Camelbak that I could get for my Mum for Christmas, she generally walks anything between 8-15 miles on the flat, she is only 5ft and 74 so nothing too big. It needs to have space for a first aid kit, small torch and 'pac'a'mac' food, she general consists of 2x bars and 2x sandwichs and a small fleece in the winter. I have looked and there seems to be a lot out they are various sizes and shapes. I do have my own but its much larger and would be too big for her.
Thanks in advance.

Jac

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Re: Camelbak
« Reply #1 on: 07:37:09, 21/11/17 »
This should suit https://www.alpkit.com/products/gourdon-20

A simple design but lightweight, waterproof, external side pockets for drinks bottles, hard wearing and not expensive.

Most walks start by finding the way out of the car park

FenPosh

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Re: Camelbak
« Reply #2 on: 15:07:49, 22/11/17 »
That does look a good one, however I really want a camelbak style one with built in bladder and drinking tube.
edit just seen it doe shave space for one!