- Zoid™ Hydration Pack
The Zoid™ does one thing, and it does it well: it maximizes your time on the mountain without bulking up your ride. The Zoid stows 2 liters of water in a minimal pack that’s slim enough to wear over or under your jacket. The Therminator™ harness features an insulated drink tube that zips away into the shoulder strap, where it’s out of your way and protected from cold weather, and the Snowshed™ back panel keeps powder from collecting on your pack. Two small pockets store the very basics: snacks, phone and keys.
- The brand new Crux Reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip, with an ergonomic handle for easier refilling, and an on/off lever that makes it easy to prevent leaks.
- Snowshed Back Panel: Back panel repels snow and keeps it from sticking to your pack
- Therminator Harness: Drinking tube zips into an insulated sleeve in the shoulder strap to protect your water supply from the elements
- Lift-Friendly Design: Slim, low-profile design lets you wear this pack comfortably on the lift
- Secure zippered pocket keeps your smartphone in easy reach
- Adjustable sternum strap slides up and down the harness for a custom, chafe-free fit.
Collection: Ski & Snow
Activity: Ski & Snow
Hydration Capacity: 2L/70 fl oz
Hydration Type: CRUX™ Reservoir with Quicklink™ System
BPA/BPS/BPF Free: Yes
Quick Link Disconnect: Yes
Gear Capacity: 1L/60 cu in
Pack Weight: 290 g/10 oz
Fits torso: 38-53 cm/15-21 in
Back Panel: Snowshed™: Molded back panel with moisture-wicking DWR finish for snow-shed capability.
Waist Belt: N/A
Harness: Therminator™: Closed-cell foam insulation shelters tube and reservoir against extreme temperatures.
Accessories Included: Insulated Tube Cover
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paisley from Comfortable & kept water from freezing I bought this for skiing and winter fat biking. I recently wore it skiing in single digits while mostly riding the lifts instead of the gondola. It worked great and is very well made. Most importantly, it kept my water from freezing. The zippered enclosure for the insulated tube is a great design. Also, since I never wear a pack while skiing, I was concerned that it would push me forward on the lift amplifying my fear of heights, but I didn't even notice that it was on. It's very low profile. I was able to fill the bladder and store my iphone, car key, ski lock, toe warmers, and a snack. This is an awesome pack that I highly recommend.
Date published: 2018-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flying Brian from Top line hydration pack! Decided on this pack, Zoid, for downhill skiing after talking to customer service. The representative recommended the xiphoid and explain the features clearly. The first day out skiing I had to remind myself that the pack was there and I had water available as I typically wood ski without water. Excellent adjustability and like I said I I did not even realize the pack was there unless I would think of it. Very Sleek close to the back profile hydration pack!
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by MMTN from He loves it! Bought the Zoid Camerlbak as a birthday present for my guy to replace his 5+ year old pack. He used it this past weekend on the mountain and couldn't stop raving about how nicely he could sit on the chair. 10/10 would buy for anyone who skis/snowboards.
Date published: 2018-04-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by Skijunkie from Good, not perfect I bought this to replace my 4 year old zoid that leaked and wore out and the sternum clip broke too. Granted, I used it skiing at least 500 days. The new bladder top is a minor improvement but the new yellow loop to hold up the bladder really isn't because they made the attachement piece on the bladder so narrow, it is no easier to use at all. The biggest problem with the zoid is grossly inadequate insulation. No improvement there at all. It only works to around 30. Therefore, i wrap the entire drinking tube in a super thick layer of foam pipe insulation and wrap gorilla tape all around that. Using hot water and ALWAYS blowing it back into the bladder, it will not freeze down to about 0. Below that, forget it.. So why did I huy a new one? I can't find any alternative that isn't much bigger than the zoid.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by MikeT from Wonderful on the road I've had my Zoid for quite a few years. It has served me well through all the seasons, and in Maine we have all four. I'm not sure if once every year or so qualifies me as a skier, but I do ride a motorcycle every day all year, and my Zoid is always on my back. The feed tube fits nicely under my helmet straight to my mouth, and I can sip away all I want. Doesn't get any better than that.
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by Shadycrew31 from Good pack for various conditions I only had one freezing issue when I was in the mountain in pretty awful conditions. But even then It was only on the bite valve and I was able to break up the ice. My one problem with the pack is using it on a sunny day in spring the bladder and line got quite warm.
Date published: 2019-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Littlericky10 from Strong plastic taste Unfortunately I didn’t look up how to get rid of the terrible plastic taste before using the thing and took it on the ski trip. First day, I tried to use it and taste and smell of the water were so bad it was not drinkable. I didn’t try to use the pack for the rest of the trip. I think it would help to enclose an instruction saying, before first use do the following to neutralize the plastic taste. That would’ve helped a lot.
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pogo45 from Good size This is just the size I was looking for. It held car keys, cell phone, 2 thin energy bars, in addition to the water. I used this in 0 to 5 degree temp. My cell phone held its charge. The water inside held a nice temp. I've had other size camelbaks and never had a problem, but this is just what I was looking for. I purchased the almond color, purchased it because it was small.
Date published: 2019-12-26