CamelBak Kids Bottle Bite Valves

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Description of Camelbak Kids Bottle Bite ValveCamelBak is the originator and world leader in hands free hydration systems. The first CamelBak products proved to be very popular among mountain bikers and motocross riders, because it allowed them to drink without taking their hands off of the handlebars in technical terrain. The product began to cross over into other sports when scientific studies showed athletes drank more fluids and performed better when they wore a CamelBak. Since then, athletes from an ever-growing list of sports and activities use camelBak hydration systems for their convenience and performance benefits. In addition to cycling, CamelBak has Hands-Free-Hydration systems for hiking, running, snowboarding, and skiing. Replacement Bite Valves.FeaturesFive Big Bite Valves one-piece, silicone design self-seals to prevent leaks

- US Outdoor Store

Camelbak Kids Bite Valve Multi Colored 4 PackThe CamelBak Kids' Bite Valve Multi-Pack will replace your worn and torn Bite Valve on your kid's bottle. The one piece bite valve is spill proof, child safe and easy to clean.FeaturesSpill proofChild safeEasy to cleanFits Kid's bottle

- River Sports Outfitters

CamelBak Kids Bottle Bite Valves

Discontinued

The Kids Bottle Bite Valves has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$7.95 - $10.00

The CamelBak Kids Bottle Bite Valves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 7, 2012 at River Sports Outfitters.

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