CamelBak Ambush 100oz Mil Spec Crux Hydration Pack

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  • External fill
  • 500D Double-rip Cordura Fabric
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Ergonomic webbing grab handle
  • Lightweight webbing harness
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    For sanitary reasons, water bottles, canteens, hydration bladders, and hydration tubes are only eligible for return if 100% unopened and in the original packaging. If not returned in that manner, the item will be disposed of and a refund will not be issued.

    The Ambush brings greater efficiency to the area on the carriers back with a wider platform, shorter torso length and reduced stack height. It features external access to the 3L, 100oz Mil Spec Crux Reservoir that provides 25% more water per sip, the Ambush is CamelBaks largest hydration pack that includes external fill.


        • External fill for rapid refill without having to remove reservoir from pack
        • Uses 500D Double-rip Cordura Fabric for the ultimate combination of strength and durability
        • Top and bottom external zip pockets hold your essentials
        • Low-profile Mountain MOLLE on bottom pocket
        • Side-release shoulder straps for rapid removal
        • Side zippers allows easy access to the reservoir fill port
        • D-Rings for tube management
        • Lightweight webbing harness
        • Adjustable sternum strap
        • Hook-and-loop strap management
        • Add or remove name tags and unit badges quickly with integratedhook-and-loop panel
        • Ergonomic webbing grab handle
        • Drain hole on hydration compartment


        • COLLECTION: Hydration Plus Cargo
        • USER: Unisex
        • HYDRATION CAPACITY: 3L/100 oz
        • HYDRATION TYPE: Mil Spec CRUX Reservoir with Quicklink System
        • BPA/BPS/BPF FREE: Yes
        • GEAR CAPACITY: 6 L / 366 cu in
        • PACK WEIGHT: 0.8 kg / 1.7 lb
        • DIMENSIONS: 41 x 25 x 15 cm / 16 x 10 x 6

    CamelBak Ambush 100oz Mil Spec Crux Hydration Pack

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