Offering grown-up performance in a kid-friendly design, the CamelBak Mini-M.U.L.E. Kid's hydration pack mirrors the feature-rich hydration packs worn by Mom and Dad. Perfect for biking or day hiking, the Mini-M.U.L.E. Kid's pack has a built-in 50 oz reservoir and multiple storage options.
CamelBak's padded suspension system distributes weight and provides stability and comfort. A ventilated Diamond Mesh backpanel and lightweight mesh harness keep you cool and comfortable. A sternum strap enhances fit and offers increased stability.
A separate insulated compartment in the Mini-M.U.L.E. houses a 50 oz Antidote Reservoir and ensures that its contents remain cool. A zippered external entry grants direct access to the reservoir. The innovative reservoir includes an integrated leakproof drinking tube, CamelBak's patented Big Bite Valve and the Quick Link system. The wide mouth is easily accessed by a large, grip-friendly quick-seal cap, making refilling the reservoir easy and efficient. Center baffling and a low-profile design grant the Antidote Reservoir streamlined stability. An anti-microbial treatment fights bacteria build-up inside the reservoir and keeps water tasting fresh and clean.
A zippered organizational pocket offers 75 cubic inches of space for gear or food. Dual compression straps grant access to additional storage space behind the zippered pocket and the main compartment of the Mini-M.U.L.E Kid's pack. An overflow storage sleeve on the front of the pack grants quick access to smaller items.
Sporting reflective highlights for increased visibility, the CamelBak Mini-M.U.L.E. Kid's hydration pack is available in your choice of color options.
Real Customer Reviews
Likes: This is a wonderful pack! I bought two for my 5 and 2 year old. They love the fact that they have their own pack. They put little toys inside the compartments and off they go with water at arms reach at all times. I do have to say with the bladder completely full my 2 year old would slightly loose his balance when he would bend over but recovered nicely each time. Both kids love the the tube they drink from it more often then their regular Camelbak bottles. Highly recommend!!
Dislikes: The only thing I found a little awkward was placing the full bladder back into the backpack. It took a little wiggling for it to fall into place. Not a bid deal and definitely not a deterrent from purchasing this insanely cute pack.
Likes: Very cute kid's pack. My daughter love it and use it on every trip.
Comfortable in using.
Can put an additional "little" stuff inside.
Dislikes: No problem at all.
Likes: Quality made product, with much thought put into the design. My 5 year old son was delighted to receive it and had no problems using the mouth piece. Reflective and sharp looking - very cute. Actual product seems smaller than in the picture, but fit him very well.
Dislikes: The water bladder inside has no easy way to dry it out, which may be a feature on the adult version of the bags. The tube attached to the bag does not have a release mechanism. I would still definitely buy again.
Likes: This is a well-made little kid's pack.
Dislikes: Not really a dislike, but it is too small for what we had in mind. We were looking for a hydration pack that could hold a jacket and snacks. This pack was too small for that. We returned them and got the full-sized MULE instead.
Likes: My son loves this pack and it holds just enough water to get him through a couple mile hike
Likes: It's awesome that Camelbak has this kid's line of hydration bladders. My son can carry his own water and it always be there when he needs it. The pockets are nice for snacks and a rain jacket.
Dislikes: No dislikes.
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