Hydration Packs


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$200 and above

Recent Hydration Pack Reviews

CamelBak Rogue

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great hydration pack! The Rogue was my first hydration pack and after two years I still love it. I use it for mountain biking and short hikes and it is perfect for my needs. There are two zipped pockets so you can carry your wallet, phone, energy bars, and multi-tool with you and an expandable pouch that will hold a light jacket. The 70oz bladder holds plenty of water and the pack is insulated well enough to keep it cool for a couple hours. I would not hesitate to buy another one. Full review

Source Spinner Pro Race

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a great unit for biking and hiking. It is easy to use and easy to clean. This is a great hydration pack. I use it all the time when I go biking and hiking and even take it hunting. It fits very comfortably and the bladder holds enough water for all my outings. T he bladder is easy to clean and easy to use. I love the valve also. This is a top notch unit. Full review

Osprey Rev Solo

rated 3 of 5 stars Coolest fanny pack available. A sleek and sporty styling makes for the coolest fanny pack I've ever owned.  Had a lot of bounce when I wore the pack on my lumbar. Moved it around to front and my belly helps keep it from jumping up and down. Rises up off the hips.  Very comfortable, even after you realize how tight you need to cinch it down to keep it from moving too much.  Enough space to hold a smaller smart phone (I still use an old iPhone 4 and it fits with room to spare, but I'm sure something… Full review

Source DUNE X-Fit

rated 5 of 5 stars Perfect for sports that require more movement. Great weight distribution. Lots of storage. I love this pack and have no plans of replacing it. It's so comfortable. Perfect for sports that require more movement. Great weight distribution. Lots of storage. Full review

Platypus Origin 32

rated 4 of 5 stars This pack is a great overall pack, lightweight and works well when it's wet out. Different types of storage all over the pack. I believe it's more than just a day pack. To be honest, I think the pack fits my wife better than me. It rode up a little and when I had items in the pockets of the straps it made it a little annoying on longer hikes. It was still very comfortable. The ventilation worked pretty well between my back and the pack. The Origin had plenty of storage with many pockets. The side… Full review

Geigerrig Rig 1600

rated 4 of 5 stars I've used the Geigerrig 1600 Hydration Backpack while serving on search and rescue. The fact that the valve sprays is very useful. I've used it to get a drink, but also to spray my face to cool down. It's great for spraying search dogs to cool them down. Full review

CamelBak Rogue

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The CamelBak Rouge is small, light, and comfortable to wear. For runners who want to try an alternative to water belts, I cannot recommend the CamelBak Rogue highly enough. The CamelBak Rouge is my first foray into the world of hydration packs and I haven’t been disappointed. I use the pack for runs of all distances. I used to wear a water belt, but I wish I had tried this product years ago. The CamelBak Rogue looks deceptively small for its 70 oz capacity. Even with a full reservoir and carrying… Full review

Osprey Rev 1.5

rated 4 of 5 stars A very comfortable running pack with numerous features. I've owned the Rev 1.5 going on two years and it's taken me on several mountain running adventures. First and foremost, it's very comfortable running. This makes or breaks running packs; this one makes it. The 1.5 liter bladder actually holds closer to 2 liters. It's detachable so the hose can stay place and remain routed. This makes for quicker and easier filling. The baffled bladder eliminates a lot (but not all) sloshing. I love Osprey's… Full review

CamelBak Fourteener

rated 5 of 5 stars This backpack has a great suspension system and holds everything for a great full day hike! Quality throughout, everything works. I've been using the Camelbak HAWG since they invented them, that goes way back. I use it for mt biking, hiking and travel. I always check to see what new backpacks Camelbak is making and found the Fourteen 20 to be the best yet! It holds a ton and has an amazing back system that makes the pack feel light even when it's loaded and it stays cool on your back. The other… Full review

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