CamelBak BFM Hydration Pack with 100oz (3.0L) Mil-Spec Crux Reservoir

$72.99

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  • Futura harness and back panel adjusts to fit long and short torsos
  • Low-profile Mountain MOLLE panel on front for secure attachment of accessory pouches
  • Four zippers on main compartment allow for multiple access points to gear
  • Multiple drink tube exit ports – for routing tube over the shoulder or underran arm
  • Dedicated, insulated reservoir compartment (with reservoir hang loop)

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Brand: CamelBak

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B07RPGG7FJ

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The name says it all. BIG ____ MOTHERLODE. With over 47L of cargo and a 3L, 100oz Mil Spec Reservoir that provides 25% more water per sip, the new BFM is perfect for extended missions. The new Futura harness, which adjusts for individual torso length and plate carrier configurations, stays comfortable on even the longest of operations.


Product details Color: Black
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B07QLNVVBZ
  • Item model number: 1727001000

Took this on a 20 mile hike through the mountains. It was loaded to about 34 lbs including water weight on an extremely challenging 2 day hike. All of the different storage throughout the pack made it extremely convenient to access different items stored separately. The water bladder was extremely easy to fill with the built in handle. All of the exterior straps to hook items made it convenient to access flashlights and radios when needed. Despite the empty weight of the bag being a little on the heavy side, it is extremely durable. I hit it on rock overhangs many many times and it would not tear. Also the two side pockets can hold a full size water bottle if you need extra water for a hike with few sources.

I’ve been hiking most of my life (a good 20-25 years) and I have always been “in to” packs. I’ve gone through a lot of them.

In 2012 I started researching military style molle backpacks (I am not former military or LEO) because I loved the durability, ruggedness and customizability they offer compared to most civilian hiking packs. I purchased a 5.11 Rush 12 and Rush 72; and while they are well designed packs from an organization perspective I found the usability for hiking less than ideal. I wanted two packs, but I ended up with a Camelbak HAWG that served me well for over 7 years for every kind of use (excellent pack that has kept much of its design from 7 years ago to this day, unlike the BFM), but I never went back and replaced my Rush72 with a proper 72 hour pack - the reason being because all of the military ones I came across had horrible frame/harness system including the previous BFM, compared to civilian packs.

I finally came back to wanting a 72 hour pack and checked out some new videos on the new BFM and damn is the suspension system on this a thing of beauty. Highly customizable, highly comfortable for a pack of this size and the weight you might carry on it. Miles ahead of any other military pack out there. Add the new reservoir design on and you have a very versatile and serviceable pack backes by a lifetime (of the product) guarantee.

I loaded the pack up and walked around my house in it (currently on coronavirus quarantine) and I love it so far. I will update this review when I take it through it’s paces!

Great at what it does. Only wish it wold hold my laptop in a seperate padded comparment and not in the main. Desktop replacement dosnt fit anywhere else unless i take out the hydration and thats counter productive to having the Camelbak.

Great pack! I’m 6’ 4”, this pack is more comfortable than I imagined, and super easy to adjust to any frame. Absolutely amazing!