Hydrapak Drank Water Carrier

5/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 6.9 oz./ 197.1 g.

Product Description

fluid capacity - 70 fl. oz./ 2.0 l.
gear volume - 290 cu. in./ 4.8 l.
empty pack weight - 6.9 oz./ 197.1 g.
  • Front zippered gear pocket with internal organizers including fleece lined sunglasses pocket
  • Hydratunes cord port and Gizmo gear pocket for mp3 player and helmet light cord routing
  • Shoulder strap mounted cell phone pocket
  • Padded shoulder straps, adjustable sternum strap, removable waist strap
  • Fully insulated reservoir compartment has 4-way tube routing: top or bottom possible
  • Full feature Reversible Reservoir drink system with Plug-N-Play valve

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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Vegas Bob a Racer from San Juan Cap, CA, USA

    Date Reviewed: January 9, 2008

    Strengths:    Lightweight, great zippers, awesome new bladder

    Weaknesses:    none

    Bottom Line:   
    Comfortable pack. The reversible reservoir with the slide-lock is superb: huge opening that is easy to fill, super easy to close with no leaks, and easy to clean. Bite valve works great, and to lock it you just press it back, no lever to flip. No puddles!

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    Favorite Trail:   Now? Los Pinos in the rain!

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Similar Products Used:   Camelbak Original, Blowfish and Siren (for racing)

    Bike Setup:   Kona Dawg Dee Lux, Litespeed Tanasi for racing

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    I drank the Koolaid and it sucked!!!

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    The punch is fully drank!!!

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    I drank the 27.5 Kool-Aid and am asking for a refill

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    Just drank a damn good Belgium ale

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    I drank the 29er Kool-Aid and ordered...

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