Archive for May, 2015

Camelbak Charm Hydration Pack for Women Review

Sunday, May 24th, 2015:

Designed with the woman in mind, the Camelbak Charm hydration pack provides hands-free hydration for cyclists, trail runners, and other outdoor enthusiasts. It comes in a low and streamlined profile, which makes it the perfect alternative over big and bulky packs. For hydration, the CamelBak Charm pack uses a BPA-free Antidote reservoir that can store up to 50 oz. (1.5 liters) of water or your favorite energy drink. There’s also a modest-sized compartment to hold your essentials, along with a front pocket to stash your phone or keys. Key features of the Camelbak Charm hydration pack Antidote reservoir This hydration […] Read More →

High Sierra Piranha Hydration Pack Review

Sunday, May 24th, 2015:

While the Piranha isn’t making the loudest noise compared to its more expensive competitors, this hydration pack from High Sierra has proven to be very dependable. It combines the convenience of a 2-liter hydration reservoir and a 10-liter storage capacity so you can carry your bike tools and more, without running empty on fuel. Made with premium materials inside and out, the High Sierra Piranha hydration pack can handle bursting loads without losing stability. And when it’s empty, you can ensure a light and fast ride all the way to the finish line. Click here to see the current pricing […] Read More →

Outdoor Products H20 Performance Hydration Pack Review

Thursday, May 21st, 2015:

Lightweight, portable, and easy-to-drink from, the Outdoor Products H20 Performance hydration pack appeals to those in search of an affordable and well-made unit. It features a 2-liter Cyclone Bladder for up to two hours in the saddle, and is versatile enough to be used on other 2L packs. The reservoir’s mouth is flexible and larger too, allowing easy refills, thorough cleaning, and quick drying. There’s also a mesh back panel that provides a steady stream of airflow, while the adjustable shoulder and sternum straps keeps the bag comfy and stable in flight. Click here to see what others are saying […] Read More →

Ispeed 70 Oz Sport Hydration Pack Review

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015:

The Ispeed 70 oz Sport hydration pack is the economical choice among cyclists-in-training and joggers on a budget. It has an easy-to-remove reservoir that can be filled with up to 70-ounces of water to keep you invigorated on the long haul. The back panel and harness are made with a combination of diamond mesh and lightweight mesh for breathable comfort, while the adjustable straps offer a customized fit. Storage is decent for a budget-friendly model too, thanks to the accessible stash pocket, zippered essentials pocket and versatile main compartment with divider. Click here to see what others are saying about […] Read More →

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