Camelbak Mil Tac M.U.L.E.® Hydration Pack, Coyote Brown

(Description copied from archived official webstore.)

Pack includes a 3 liter reservoir

100% free of BPA and BPS.

Cargo packs designed with hydration at the core. Separate compartments keep cargo organized and water insulated.


100 oz Mil Spec Antidote™ Long with easy-to-fill and clean wide-mouth opening, rugged and durable material, leak-proof ¼-turn cap, insulated PureFlow™ tube, patented Big Bite™ Valve, Quick Link™ Exit Port and Drink Port, QL HydroLock™ one-handed flow control.


Top and bottom compartments to organize your gear; Low-profile Composite MOLLE on lower pocket exterior; Organizer in lower pocket for essential items; Side-release shoulder straps for rapid removal; Air Director™ Back Panel for increased ventilation; Lower drink tube exit ports for routing tube under arm; 500D Rip-Stop Cordura® Fabric


If we built it, we’ll Bak it™ with our lifetime guarantee.

  • Hydration Capacity: 100 oz / 3L
  • Total Capacity: 8L (488 cu in) + 3L Reservoir
  • Total Weight: 1.9 lbs / .88 kg (pack only)
  • Dimensions: 17.5 in x 8.5 in x 7.9 in (44 cm x 22 cm x 20 cm)
  • Fabric: 500D Ripstop Cordura® fabric front panel, gusset and shoulder harness front side > 420D high density nylon on shoulder harness back side > 7 mm EVA foam shoulder harness > 3 mm closed cell PE foam on back panel and inside hydration compartment
Brand Camelbak
Item Name Mil Tac M.U.L.E.®
Color Coyote Brown
Part Number 62604
Date 2018
Reference Link (Outdated)

Bottom compartment

Top compartment

Reservoir compartment

Custom buckles

U.S. Special Forces Soldiers, assigned to 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), along with a Pararescue Airman from the 66th Rescue Squadron, sprint for cover during a combat training exercise at the Nevada Test and Training Range near Nellis AFB, Nevada, Aug. 28, 2018. The purpose of this training was to give the Air Force students going through the Joint Terminal Attack Controller course, a realistic combat mission-training scenario. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Connor Mendez)