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I am a big fan of the Mule, the newer version has an integrated rainfly, pretty sweet. It holds 100 oz of fluid plus a pile of pockets and clip in areas. I used one in RR on the long routes.

I also use a Mountain Tools Jet Pack with an MSR bladder and drinking tube. The Jet pack has integrated dual gear loops and is bomber ballistics with tool lash points as well.

If I were you I would consider either a viable option, but the jet pack has more overall storage area.

 

Mountain Tools Jet Pack

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black diamond's dart for an all-day pack... if you're just gonna be out for a few hours look into the rei flash pack - its light, and has just the perfect amount of space for some water, munchies, and maybe yer approach shoes. plus, the flash is about $30!!!

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