Camelbak Toro Protector 8 Pack Review

CamelBak TORO Protector 8 pack review

The TORO is part of CamelBak’s ‘Impact Protection’ series, which means it’s built around a CE-certified back protector, but it still weighs a reasonable 800g. It’s incredibly comfy too, and offers seemingly unshakable stability when the going gets rough. CamelBak Toro 14 hydration pack review CamelBak KUDU 8 backpack review The perforated shoulder straps, twin chest straps and waist belt offer loads of adjustment. CamelBak includes a compartment for its 3-litre ‘CRUX’ reservoir, but there isn’t one included. With a full bladder, storage capacity is reduced from 8 litres to 5 litres, but I had no dramas fitting in everything I needed for all-day rides. The front panel flaps down, which, along with the hi-vis internals, makes finding things a doddle, although they can fall out if they’re just crammed in rather than stored in the mesh organising pocket or anchored with the elasticated straps. A smaller pocket up top ...

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