DaKine Waterman Hydration Backpack

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The DAKINE Waterman Hydration Backpack features quick-drying, marine-grade materials for seasons of use both in and out of the water. DAKINE's patented Quick Disconnect hose makes it easy to refill the 72-oz reservoir and keep everything clean.

- Backcountry.com

Quench your thirst without slowing yourself down on your trail run, bike ride or quick hike with the lightweight DAKINE Waterman hydration pack. Compact pack includes a 2 liter reservoir with a convenient, wide-mouth opening that makes filling the reservoir from a sink, hose or backcountry stream simple. 45deg high-flow bite valve with on/off positions makes it easy to drink water on the fly. You can remove the drink tube at the secure quick-disconnect valve and not lose a drop of water. Reservoir is made with FDA-approved, BPA- and PVC-free polyurethane. 2 external pockets on the pack hold snacks and small essentials within easy reach; store a few other small items inside the main compartment. Lightweight nylon/mesh construction keeps the weight of the DAKINE Waterman hydration pack down to only 14 oz. Closeout.


Lightweight, low-profile and functional, the DaKine Waterman Hydration Pack has a minimalist design that leaves out extra fabric and bulky unnecessary features. Perfect for water sports like kayaking, surfing, and stand up paddle boarding, the Waterman pack is made from fast-drying synthetic fabric with mesh side panels. This DaKine backpack comes with a 72-ounce reservoir with an easy-to-use replaceable bite valve. Wide mesh shoulder straps, a waist belt and a sternum strap keep it in place while you paddle.

- Altrec Outlet

DaKine Waterman Hydration Backpack

previously retailed for:
$29.98 - $59.95

The DaKine Waterman Hydration Backpack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 12, 2015 at Backcountry.com.

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