CamelBak Gambler 100 oz. Hydration Pack.
The CamelBak Gambler 100 oz. Hydration Pack is designed to keep you refreshed and on the move, out on the trail or on a hike. It's made from durable 600D polyester with DWR and 1000 mm. PU coating, for an ultra-light, waterproof pack, handy in any condition. It features a Snowshed backpanel to keep off the snow, while skiing or hiking in alpine weather. A 3-liter Antitode reservoir, with a lower profile and its Therminator harness, gives you easy access to your water. The HydroGuard treatment helps eliminate bacteria on the reservoir and tube surfaces. Its Quick Link system swiftly attached to other quick link technical accessories, to ready your pack for essential winter gear - avalanche probes, shovels and skins. For light and refreshing camping and hiking trips, try the CamelBak Gambler 100 oz. Hydration Pack.
This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
Hydration Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)
Total Capacity: 200 cu in (3.28 L) + 3L Reservoir
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Reservoir Features: Quick Link System, 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite Valve, HydroGuard™ technology, PureFlow™ tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening
BACK PANEL: Snowshed
HARNESS: Therminator provides easy access for frequent sipping, insulated and fully enclosed to protect against freezing
BELT: Removable 25 mm / 1" stability
Designed to carry: Shovel, Avalanche Probe, Skins, Snack, Phone, Wallet, Keys
Includes the new 100 oz (3 L) Antidote reservoir with Quick Link System, 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite Valve, HydroGuard technology, 4mm insulated PureFlow™ tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening.
Pack Weight: 1.2 lbs (530 g)
Fabric Specs: 600D Poly with DWR & 1000 mm PU coating
Torso Length: 19 in (49 cm)
Dimensions: 20 x 11 x 6 in (50.8 x 27.9 x 15.2 cm)
The Gambler 100oz from Camelbak.
Comfortably carry shovel, avalanche probe, skins and 3L of water in a low-profile pack. The Gambler can handle your essential gear for the side-country.
- Quick-snap cap that tightens in just a quarter turn.
- Low-profile fit for unmatched stability.
- Air-light fillport cuts weight.
- CamelBak Got Your Bak Guarantee
|Additional Info:||Harness: Therminator™|
|Antidote™ Reservoir Features:||Quick Link™ System|
|Cargo Capacity:||200 cu. in. (3.28 L)|
|Carries:||Shovel, Avalanche Probe, Skins, Snack, Phone, Wallet, Keys|
|Dimensions:||20 x 11 x 6 in / 51 x 28 x 15 cm|
|Fabric:||600D Poly with DWR & 1000 mm PU coating|
|Fluid Capacity:||3 L (100 fl. oz.)|
|Insulated Hydration Sleeve:||Yes|
|Pack body:||70D Diamond Clarus, 420D nylon with polyurethane coating and DWR finish for water resistance|
|Quick Link system:||reservoir can be disconnected from tube without leaking for easy filling|
|Torso Length:||19 in / 49 cm|
|Volume:||Total: 200 cu in / 3.28 L + 3L Reservoir|
|Weight:||Total: 1.2 lbs / 530 g|
Got the Gambler pack for Christmas. Was a little skeptical about its capabilities in the backcountry given its svelte dimensions. My BD shovel fits easily in the front pocket, and I would guess larger bladed shovels would do fine too. My BCA probe and shovel shaft fit nicely in the side pockets and are kept secure by cinching straps. Both skins for my skis (175cm, 110 waist) fit quite snuggly in the main pocket. Not really any room for snacks or camera. However, in the backcountry I didn't find this to be an issue really, as my skins usually find their home inside my shell while skiing, leaving room for other packables.
The backpack is very comfortable and low profile and I almost forget I'm wearing it. It works well for front country skiing as well, not burdensome wearing it on a lift. Nice little stash bag + water while skiing at the resort.
Have used it several times for snowboarding. Fits my keys, wallet, pair of goggles and small snack. Water delivery system works well, however the zipper has frozen shut a couple times now which may be a consequence of water leaking from the nozzle either from accidental depression on my part or leakage from the mouth piece - hard to tell. Sitting on the lift with a full bladder (in pack) isn't amazing, but it's better than most back packs I presume. Otherwise a pretty legit product.
Good purchase, would reccomend. Wish it was on sale @ 59.96 when I purchased it last month... ugh