CamelBak Aurora Crux Reservoir Hydration Pack, Deep Purple/Graphite, 2.5 L/85 oz

February 13, 2020 - Comment
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Small but mighty, the Aurora is just the right size for essential gear and hydration for 2 hours in the saddle. The interior features an elastic loop for your pump, plus organizer pockets to keep your tools in order. There’s also a stretchy external storage pocket for days when you need to pile on more gear. And the subtle reflective accents keep you visible in low-light situations.

Product Features

  • Crux delivers 20% more water per sip, with an ergonomic handle for easy refilling and an on/off lever to prevent leaks.
  • Breathable air mesh back panel for a lightweight, comfortable fit
  • Magnetic Tube Trap keeps your tube secure and accessible when you need it
  • External hooks let you carry your helmet while still allowing full access to your pack
  • Stretch overflow storage compartment lets you easily stash a rain shell or extra layer


Anonymous says:

Bad bag, bad design. I have my own Camel Back (MULE) that I love for many year. Bought this “cute” Aurora version for my daughter for hiking in Arizona. Day 1, fresh out of pack, noted how finicky the large twist mouth was, leaked. Was able to secure it but seemed to be very poor engineering to require so much fiddling. Then it was leaking on our hike. Heck, thank goodness I had MY old camel back when we were hiking, that was what hydrated both of us on the trails when hers ran dry! Tried again on trip to…

Anonymous says:

Good, Compact Backpack Great, small backpack for day hikes. Enough space for phone, keys, and some small snacks along with plenty of water. The only thing keeping this from five stars is the the reservoir cap. It takes extra care and effort to make sure it is actually seated correctly when tightening. Not a deal-breaker, but is definitely a bit of an annoyance that results in water leaks if you aren’t careful.

Anonymous says:

Over-engineered – Camelbak Aurora Crux I have been using Camelbak products since their inception, when all they consisted of was a neoprene bag on straps…so generally I love the product. However, this new version is so over-engineered it is ridiculous.First the increased tube diameter does not allow for usage of the shoulder strap clip because it impedes water flow to zero.So I switched it with my old bladder to resolve that, but the shape is different and the exterior top flap is not secure and flaps in the…

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