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I contacted camelbak they do not sell one designed for hot liquid. Any other company sell one for use in the winter with hot liquids?
 

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What are you planning to put in it, warm tea? Aside from the fact that sucking hot liquids from a straw device isn't to wise a move, I'd guess that no one recommends their bladders be filled with hot liquids. One's perception of 'hot' is quite different from my experience.

Your probably better off carrying a stainless steal thermos along with some room temperature water in the hydration pack.
 

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Actually it was for my dad who goes walking in the winter, and I figure it would make a nice gift. Then in the summer it would come in handy when it's hot out.
 

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I would guess if it's not too hot to drink & burn your mouth, I don't see why you couldn't put it in the camelback bladder? I mean, I've put mine in the sink with hot soapy water to clean it, water hot enough that I wouldn't drink it you know...it's been fine, doesn't melt or anything.
 

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when you put a hot liquid or a liquid other than water it ruins the camel back. you get a real plastiky (not a word) taste when you put water in again. it takes many cleaning to fix it and sometimes it doesn't work at all
 

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highdelll said:
is it for warmth on the back?
If so, pull out the original bladder and put this in
no no what you would want to put that in would be a Louis Vuitton satchel :D
 
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