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CamelBak Develops Spring 2021 Bike Collection

Camelbak’s continuing evolution as the global leader in award-winning personal hydration products sees the new Pro series for spring 2021 extend the brand’s award-winning bike pack collection. Packs in the line-up incorporate CamelBak’s latest innovation—a new Air Support™ Pro Back Panel – along with design details that are promoted as ‘an all-in-one package that is breathable, dependable and sustainably crafted.’

Mike Valvano, Director of Product Management for Soft Goods, said, “CamelBak bike packs are part of our brand DNA, and we knew we had to go big when we decided to recraft some of our classics to create the new Pro series. The new line offers key elements in a bike pack that our consumers have been asking for, whether it’s greater breathability and ventilation, thoughtful organization features, supreme safety options, or simply a pack that is equally trail and e-bike ready.” 

The two hallmark products of the Pro series are the new M.U.L.E.® Pro 14 and the H.A.W.G.® Pro 20; both packs offer innovative features. Each comes with an all-new Air Support™ Pro Back Panel with body mapping technology married with a breathable 3D vent mesh harness that helps to keep riders cool on the trail.

The Pro series packs also feature ample storage features to organise and access gear on-the-go – a hip belt with cargo pockets, an integrated bike tool organiser roll, helmet carry straps and an e-bike battery sleeve.

The M.U.L.E® Pro 14 will also come in a women-specific fit model with an S-curved shoulder harness contoured to fit a woman’s body, in addition to women’s specific body mapping technology for enhanced cooling. 

Both packs will be impact protection ready with the option to purchase the CamelBak Impact Protector™ panel as an add-on accessory. The panel offers international CE1621-2 Level 2 protection which can withstand multiple impacts with a flexible, lightweight design. 

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