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

4.12 based on 64 reviews
Camelbak Zoid
90% of the Camelbak Zoid reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (78%)
Good (12%)
Average (6%)
Poor (0%)
Bad (2%)


Specs
Capacity iconCapacity3 l (183 cuin)
Weight iconWeight1.2 oz (0.5 kg)
Length iconLength17 in (43 cm)
Width8 in (20 cm)
Height3 in (8 cm)





Reviews Summary


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

Reviewers like these things about the Camelbak Zoid

  • According to users, the Camelbak Zoid hydration pack is comfortable to use.
  • Other users pointed out that the pack is compact yet fully functional for skiing, mountain climbing, hiking, and running.
  • Testers found out that it features a low-profile design that is lift-friendly.
  • Other testers discovered that it consists of a pocket where they could store essential things including phones and money.
  • Reviewers noted that it is versatile and functional.
  • Other reviewers recommend the hydration pack for both men and women.
  • Others also found that the pack holds up to two liters of water.
  • They noticed that its fabric material is durable.
  • Users discovered that the water stored does not have a funky plastic smell.
  • They also noted that it does not get snagged on the lift.
  • Testers found that the pack is handy and packable.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the pack lack pockets for better organization.
  • A tester said that it is quite small for all body structures.



Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Camelbak Zoid features:
  • Hydration bladder
  • Hydration compatible

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


Capacity/Weight Levels


The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

ModelCapacityWeightLevel
hydration3 l1.2 oz0.4 oz/L



Rankings


vs Camelbak Bags

The Camelbak Zoid ranks #28 compared with the other Camelbak bags.

26Camelbak Sequoia
4.14
Camelbak Sequoia
27Camelbak Zoid
4.12
Camelbak Zoid
28Camelbak Skeeter
4.11
Camelbak Skeeter
29Camelbak Classic
4.11
Camelbak Classic
30Camelbak Trailblazer
4.11
Camelbak Trailblazer

vs All Bags

The Camelbak Zoid ranks #627 compared with all the bags we have checked.

625Timbuk2 Robin
4.12
Timbuk2 Robin
626Camelbak Zoid
4.12
Camelbak Zoid
627Eagle Creek Tarmac
4.12
Eagle Creek Tarmac
628Topeak MTX
4.12
Topeak MTX
629Under Armour Hustle
4.12
Under Armour Hustle



Vs Other Bags


Camelbak Zoid vs Camelbak Bootlegger

Camelbak's hydration packs are great for those who want to keep themselves hydrated at high altitudes. In a similar vein to their cycling hydration packs, both of these offerings are designed to help you keep everything under control while you ski.

The two packs difference in terms of the accessories and extra features they allow. You'll find way more extra features on the Zoid than the Bootlegger, but the Bootlegger is much easier on you going downhill.

Skiers looking for a lighter pack will prefer the Bootlegger while those who want something heavier but packed with features will want the Zoid.

Camelbak Bootlegger 3.70 based on 1 review


Bag ID 31672. Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Last updated on January 11, 2019

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