Quest 2L Hydration Pack

Quest 2L Hydration Pack is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 310.
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Quest 2L Hydration Pack
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Product Information:

Bring the essentials for the day and stay hydrated in the Quest® 2L Hydration Pack. This backpack is equipped with a main compartment to house your larger gear and items and the exterior pockets help you stay organized while you’re hiking, traveling or exploring the trail. An integrated PE sheet and compression straps prevent your gear from shifting while offering back support for all-day use. Pack up and hit the trail with this Quest 2L Hydration Pack.


  • Best use: camping or recreation
  • Large, main compartment zippers shut for secure storage
  • Small compartment with organizer for specialized storage
  • Stretch mesh pocket and exterior pocket offer quick stash
  • Elastic toggle across the bottom helps secure your gear
  • Constructed with polyester
  • Adjustable sternum, shoulder and waist belt for a customizable fit


  • Left/right hose compatible
  • Integrated PE sheet delivers back support on the trail
  • Dual side compression straps help keep load and gear in place while on the go


  • Dimensions: 17.5” x 11”
  • Weight: 1lb, 10 oz.
  • Total pack capacity: 12 L
  • Main compartment capacity: 9 L
  • Secondary compartment capacity: 3 L
  • Front open pouch capacity: 1L
  • Hydration bladder capacity: 2L

Additional Details

  • Style: CEH01089
  • Brand: Quest
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Water Bladder Leaks While the backpack itself is good. The water bladder included is not worth the money spent for the entire product. It leaked the very first time we used it. By the time we arrived at our destination (30 minutes after filling it), all 2 liters were on the floor of my car. Yes, I ensured I screwed the lid on correctly and all components worked properly. Then it was placed in the car and there was a wet mess. While it did tip onto its side, nothing fell on it as nothing was in the back of the car with it. Thankfully I had a few bottles of water I filled for the drive and could stuff them in the backpack and continue with our activity.
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good small hydration pack - for small hikes or small people This is the second time I have purchased this pack. (Both times on sale - 50% off!) I am very happy with the water bladder and overall size. It is especially good for kids, due to the size of the pack. As a 6' tall adult, I find it a bit small. It doesn't hold a file folder, which I often have to carry on Scout events. I can stuff it with rain ponchos (my full-size gear and a couple of emergency packs), small first aid kit, bug repellent, a couple of handfuls of energy bars and other snacks, and some spare socks. Stuff a couple of extra water bottles on the outside, just in case (so you don't have to share the mouthpiece with anyone).
Date published: 2018-07-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect size, comfy, affordable I really like this hydration bag, and I have had server all over the years. I mostly have stuck to Camelsbak packs in the last, but the one was was just too affordable to pass up. I got it for less then what the replacement parts cost for my old hydration pack, so I thought I'd try it out. Straps and buckles are all in the perfect places and adjust just right. The sliding chest straps is a perk (for ladies especially!), but I found the hip strap to be a bit useless for the smaller size of the bag. Nice the have the option though. The material is a bit thin, but that leaves it lighter and it dries quickly. Love it for a day hiker, or a bike ride!
Date published: 2015-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is exactly what it's made for I bought this product in store because it was on sale and I needed a Hydration pack. For the price I received it for, I came up with a steal. The bladder which hold the water is insulated and stays cool. Obviously if you put it in the refrigerator, it will stay cooler longer which I always do. I have used this many times already since I bought it 2 weeks ago on hikes and bike rides. The other compartments are also useful, holding my windbreaker, bicycle tools, wallet, keys, snacks, and whatever else you need. One of the waist buckles broke because it was caught in the car door when it closed. Other than that. his is a great product!
Date published: 2015-04-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Hydrating while motorcycling! We took this hydration pack on a 6,083 mile cross country motorcycle trip. This hydration pack is good. It did take some getting use to because the valve to suck on was different than others I have used and the lock and unlock was different. We did have a few days where it leaked badly but we found that you really have to have the lid tightened really good or water would leak from the neck of the hydro. once we worked out all the kinks, it worked great. It had great space to carry personal items in and it was very comfortable to have on for 6-9 hours a day for the 20 days we wore them. It was a sound product.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This backpack is great but.... The backpack is great for the price, a large compartment to store your tools whether you bike or hike. I love how easily the bladder fits in the pack, but that's the problem. After two days of use water started to leak from the beginning of the pipe. Disappointed, I wrapped yellow electrical tape around the bottom of the piping and it never leaked again. I would recommend to get the Camelbak bladder for a replacement of the one that is standard with this one. My dad has a camelback bladder and bag that's 21 years old and it's still working like new. Otherwise this bag has taken a beating and still has no tears on the bag. I would recommend this to anyone that hikes, bikes, runs, etc in the heat like here in San Diego.
Date published: 2017-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Safety color for biking I use a hydration bag when I ride and have always wanted a hunter orange outer cover. Could not find one, so I made one (not too well done). I have always w\anted to be as visible as possible and I wear orange or lime green shirts, but then I had a dark hydration bag on my back and black shorts. I am not brave enough to wear hunter orange or lime green shorts. So I bought this bag in the lime green color and while I still want a hunter orange outer cover, the lime green color is safety rated as a good choice. The bag is just the right size for me. Lets me carry a rain jacket and bike pump, plus food etc. I read this bag has leakage issues with the hydration bag but I have tested mine and so far it has remained water tight,.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bottom Line: It just fits better... Bought this to replace my Gregory Maya hydration pack. I had taken that pack through the narrows in Zion and developed a terrible chafing rash from the bottom part of the padding against my lower back. It wasn't soft at all and the constant moving in wet conditions made it unbearable. I wound up having to carry that back on the hike back to camp which was very awkward, as those of you who have trekked the narrows know. Saw this Quest bag in a Dick's Sporting Goods store and its similar size and design to the Gregory caught my attention. Upon a closer look, I noticed it didn't have the same Pseudo-padding along the back that the gregory did, which I knew was the underlying issue. I stuffed my purse (about 8 pounds) and my sweater in it for weight testing and tried it on in the store. This was MUCH better. The chest strap has a height adjustment, with loops on each side for your hydration tube. And the straps are more adjustable for us dainty ladies. So while the Gregory was sitting too low on me at maximum adjustment and causing a friction rash, this Quest pack sat much higher up, and it felt as though the straps actually distributed the weight around my back and torso more evenly. I decided to put this one through the same test as the Gregory, and in so doing was able to deduce all of the pros and cons of this bag. Back to the Narrows I went in Zion. Did the same hike (Approx 10 miles), through water, submerged, partially submerged, and trudging along up the river. This pack was SO much more comfortable. I carried about the same amount of weight as I had the Gregory and the better fit made for a much better hiking experience. I could focus more on the natural wonders around me and less on trying to keep my hydro pack from hurting me. Some Pros: 1.) Though advertised as a 2L pack, this pack does in fact fit a 3L platypus hydro bag. If you fold over the top zip seal inside the pack like I did, it works wonderfully. Since there were some reviews about the quest bladder leaking, i decided to pack it as a spare and install my 3L platypus for the trip. Worked wonderfully. 2.) This bag costs less. Now I paid $115 for my gregory which did come with a lifetime manufacturer defect warranty, but some friends I know say the warranty is a tough process to get through. This quest back costs significantly less and only time will tell if it holds up to regular use. It handled a week in Zion beautifully. 3.) Has a better fit for us dainty ladies; more snug around the torso with chest straps that adjust up or down to foster maximum range of motion in the arms. 4.) Sits higher up on the back and has more comfortable padding along the sides of the back, leaving nothing central to rub against the spine. 5.) Lightweight material. Cons: 1.) Only has a 1 year warranty which has me concerned about the longevity of the bag. I think if you take care of your gear and only use it as intended it may last you a while. I will say, if in 5 years I need to buy another one of these, I won't lose any sleep over it because that's still less than I paid for the Gregory
Date published: 2018-03-30
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