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Camelbak Lobo Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Jan 2019)

4.59 based on 722 reviews
Camelbak Lobo
93% of the Camelbak Lobo reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (81%)
Good (12%)
Average (1%)
Poor (1%)
Bad (2%)

22 - this bag is popular.

Weight iconWeight1.4 oz (0.6 kg)
Length iconLength18 in (46 cm)
Width8 in (20 cm)
Height7 in (18 cm)

Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Camelbak Lobo:

Reviewers like these things about the Camelbak Lobo

  • Several users noted that the Camelbak Lobo bag is made of 100% Nylon, making it durable.
  • Reviewers thought that the bag is ideal for the rider who values external fill access to hydration and carries less gear.
  • Other reviewers felt that it was comfortable to wear.
  • According to those who have tried that pack, it features a quick link system which allows them to open and close the cap faster.
  • Reviewers thought that its magnetic tube trap is very helpful.
  • Users found that the bag has bike tool organizer pocket.
  • Users also praised its helmet hooks.
  • Testers noted that the bag was designed to carry Multi-tool, pump, Spare tube, phone, wallet, keys, energy bar.
  • Others said that the bag has three exterior pockets.
  • Several reviewers have pointed out that the back panel helps keep their back cool.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the tube is too thick for the clip on the shoulder strap that keeps it in place.
  • Another reviewer noted that the bite valve does not allow a sufficient flow of water.

Feature Summary

Many sources mention these Camelbak Lobo features:
  • Hydration bladder

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


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The Camelbak Lobo ranks #5 compared with the other Camelbak bags.

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vs All Bags

The Camelbak Lobo ranks #40 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Vs Other Bags

Camelbak Lobo vs Camelbak MULE

The Lobo is designed for those who want to ride for as long as they want. It offers you hydration for up to 3 hours making it one of the best packs for those interested in endurance cycling. The Mule is designed to give you everything you and nothing you don't. It's perfect for somebody who wants only the essentials for their cycling experience.

Choose the Lobo if you're trying to experience more intense cycling and need the hydration to keep up. Buy the Mule if you want to try out cycling with a pack and develop a sense of what it's about.

Camelbak MULE 4.17 based on 219 reviews

Camelbak Lobo vs Camelbak Rogue

If you are looking for a new bag, then the Camelbak Lobo and the Camelbak Rogue will truly prove to be excellent choices. They are made well and they open and close with ease to allow easy and quick access to your items as needed.

The Camelbak Lobo is masterfully crafted. You will appreciate its great hydration capacity. This bag is not bulky, which allows you to be agile during your treks. The storage capacity is plentiful.

The strength of the Camelbak Rogue is truly evident. This is a bag that you will use for many years. And the capacity that it provides for hydration is impressive.

Camelbak Rogue 3.89 based on 971 reviews

Selected Reviews

Endurance Path

This pack was exactly what I was looking for when I bought it and have no complaints. It fit a little more gear than what they advertised, yet not too bulky for such a large capacity bladder.

Posted 27 March 2017 by Steve Hamlin - Read full review

Bike Radar

Strikes a great balance between minimalism and practicality. Well worth considering for shorter stints.

Posted 30 June 2014 by Mark Mackarel - Read full review

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Last updated on January 11, 2019