Camelbak Mini Mule 1.5L - kids hydration pack
The mini-m.u.l.e.® is the ultimate kids hydration pack that lets them carry their own essentials when headed out with their parents.
- Kids fit
- Capacity: 91 cu in / 1.5 l + 1.5l reservoir
- Back panel: Slit mesh harness
- Harness: Lightweight mesh with slider™
- Dimensions: 12.5 x 7 x 4.5 in (31 x 17 x 11 cm)
- Pack only weight: 8.5 oz (0.24 kg)
- Overflow storage
- Sternum strap whistle
- Dual compression straps
- Bike tool organiser pocket
- Safety flasher loop
- Materials: 70D Diamond Clarus, 210D Nylon
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Great camel back option for children. Plenty of water and additional storage. Never owned a camel back before so I was a bit surprised at the huge fill opening. My children love their camel back.
Service from Merlin is second to none.
This is a great little bag for any day hikes. I had enough room for my keys, mobile phone, oystercard and money, Quest Bars and my foldable waterproof jacket, which I fit on the side when you expand the mesh part out. I didn't buy adult size as I was looking for a small bag (am only just under 5ft tall) I didn't want to carry around a massive bag. This fit me just great. The blue color was quite nice as well. On a very hot day the 1.5 litre might not be enough water but if you're looking for a compact bag on a breezy day to hike, consider getting this bag! I love it.
Purchased two of these, one for my son (blue) and one for my daughter (pink). The kids love the colours. I am impressed with the quality of the manufacturing, I cant see any problems at all and the materials seem very hard wearing. My 4 and 7 year olds will be using them and they couldn't wait to fill them up with water and try them on - the fit was perfect, 1.5 L is probably the most they would ever take and even with that much in the bladder, I am impressed with how lightweight the packs are and how well it seems to distribute the load on a small child's back.