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Available Now: Athlete Proven CamelBak® Run Collection Including Industry First Quick Stow™ Chill Flask


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PETALUMA, Calif. (January 10, 2017) – With a proven history of hydration innovation, CamelBak® announces the industry’s first insulated collapsible bottle, Quick Stow™ Chill Flask. Resounding feedback from testers - both ultra trail runners and cyclists - identified a need in the market for a soft bottle that was both easily packable, but also easily carried when full. CamelBak began developing a soft-sided collapsible hydration flask with integrated insulation. The result: an insulated soft bottle, Quick Stow Chill Flask, as well as a non-insulated bottle, Quick Stow Flask.

Both Quick Stow and Quick Stow Chill feature the rugged and leak-proof polyurethane material CamelBak uses for its reservoirs which makes both bottles easy to carry without feeling floppy or limp. Quick Stow Chill Flask integrates a layer of Chill foam, found in the popular Podium collection, between two layers of polyurethane reservoir material. This insulation keeps water colder two-times longer than a non-insulated flask. The Chill foam is completely sealed inside by a radio frequency (RF) weld, bonding the two layers of polyurethane around it.

Both Quick Stow flasks feature the patented Big Bite™ Valve that is irrefutably the best drink interface on the market thanks to its self-sealing silicone design that won’t leak. Each cap also has a leak-proof shut-off valve integrated into a large diameter cap making cleaning and adding ice cubes or powder mixes easy. Quick Stow Chill Flask and Quick Stow Flask both hold up to 500ml of hydration cubes or powder mixes easy. Quick Stow and Quick Stow Chill Flasks retail for $20 and $28, respectively.


All new for 2017, the Ultra™ Pro Vest includes 5L of total cargo space and is made from ultra-light materials in a streamlined design making this vest ideal for the competitive ultra-runner or everyday minimalist. Available in small, medium and large sizes for the perfect fit, the Ultra Pro Vest is equipped with two Quick Stow Flasks, totaling 1L of water. 3D vent mesh offers multi-directional air flow and cushioning to maximize comfort and breathability. Dual adjustable sternum straps increase stability and offer a range of adjustment for customizing the fit. Other features include a secure phone pocket for keeping technology safe and nearby, stretch overflow pocket for stashing layers or a rain shell, fuel and gear pockets on the front of the vest for easy access and reflective hits throughout for early morning or evening runs. The Ultra Pro Vest retails for $120.

Ultra 10 Vest and Circuit™ Vests both come equipped with the all-new Crux reservoir. Ultra 10 has the most capacity of the vests, and features a 2L Crux reservoir with 8L of additional cargo space and is designed to carry all supplies required for the iconic Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc. Circuit Vest is a more minimal option and features a 1.5L Crux reservoir and 3.5L of additional cargo space. Both vests are also capable of carrying two Quick Stow Flasks in the two front vest pockets giving them a variety of options for hydration transport. The Ultra 10 vest retails for $150 and the Circuit vest retails for $90.

Ultra Handheld Chill is the perfect solution for runs that require water and no extra gear, and is designed around the lightweight and flexible Quick Stow Chill Flask. Designed to carry water, gel and a phone, this streamlined handheld features 3D vent poly mesh that creates air flow between the hand and the vessel. Interwoven elastic bands create seemingly endless possibilities on how to route hands for the perfect balance of comfort and stability. The Ultra Handheld Chill utilizes the insulated Quick Stow Chill Flask, keeping water colder two-times longer than a non-insulated flask. Ultra Handheld Chill retails for $45.

Like all CamelBak products, the 2017 run collection is covered by the CamelBak Got Your Bak™ Lifetime Guarantee.

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