CamelBak Mini Mule Hydration Pack-TurkishSea

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CamelBak Mini Mule Hydration Pack-TurkishSea - CamelBak Kid's Mini-M.U.L.E. Hydration Backpack - Kids who love tearing down rocky mountain-bike trails need to hydrate, which is why CamelBak made the Kids Mini MULE Hydration Pack. This pack gives mountain biking groms and gromettes enough water for one to two hours on the trail, and enough storage to haul tools and an extra layer. The Mini MULEs Airmesh back panel keeps kids cool while they ride, and full-zip access to the reservoir makes filling and emptying easy for both parents and kids. This Mini CamelBak works best for kids ages five and up.

Fabric:

  • 210D Nylon with DWR + 400mm PU coating

Fit:

  • sternum strap and waist belt Fits kids ages 5 and up

Ventilation:

  • Back panel with wicking mesh

Zippers:

  • Full zip access to reservoir makes loading easy

Pockets:

  • Secure cargo pocket includes internal organizer

Features:

  • Cargo is 153 Cu. In. [2.5 L]
  • Big Bite Valve
  • Capacity is 50 oz. [1.5 L]
  • Quick-seal cap
  • Antidote Reservoir
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CamelBak Mini Mule Hydration Pack-TurkishSea Reviews:

Reviews:

A great hydration pack for children. We own two, one for our 7 year old and one for our 3 year old. They fit well and neither of them complain about having to carry it. I no longer worry about them becoming dehydrated on a hike. There is also enough room to carry a whistle, a space blanket and some small snacks
Scott Chew at OutdoorPlay.com on 12/11/2009
With its small bladder, my son was able to be "just like daddy" and pack his own water. For the kid's ego, this is great. You can even fit a light lunch inside (kid's size, of course).
Phillipe Marquiz at OutdoorPlay.com on 12/11/2009