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Seeker 3L

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Small to store, lightweight, fits the Katadyn BeFree. Perfect size for me at camp. Taken this on several weekend trips, and it has yet to disappoint. Simple, durable, and effective. Full review

Shape-Shift 3L

rated 4.5 of 5 stars My next hydration bladder. After purchasing a¬†Hydrapak Stash 750 ml and being very satisfied with its taste(less)ness? I searched for Hydrapak's hydration bladder options in order to replace my Source Widepak (still performs perfectly btw, just wanted to upgrade).I came to choose the Shape-Shift 3L because of the same materials used in the Stash and its versatility.Take some time to read the instructions. Especially the opening/closing is essential. Beyond lifetime guarrantee. Your grandkids are… Full review

Stash 750 ml

rated 5 of 5 stars Low volume collapsible bottle from HydraPak. I bought this little bottle as an emergency in case my hydration bladder failed, but soon became a standard when going lightweight, like when you leave your backpack behind to reach for the peak or when needing a quick refill from a stream. This is the 750ml. version, smoke color, but it also comes in 1L capacity in blue, orange, lime, and green color as well. In my opinion the 1L is overkill and I would opt for the hydration bladder solution instead. Full review

SoftFlask 150 ml

rated 4 of 5 stars This small collapsible bottle is ideal for transporting petite amounts of liquids such as energy gel, olive oil, or electrolyte drink mixes. HydraPak SoftFlask bottles come in small sizes to accommodate energy gels or liquids. Made of soft thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), the collapsible, flexible material is remarkably strong and resistant to abrasion, even when abused on the backpacking trail. The company states that if used for gels, the 150 ml flask can hold five servings and the 250 ml flask… Full review

Stash 750 ml

rated 2.5 of 5 stars The Hydrapak Stash Collapsible bottle is great for conserving pack space and going UL. However, most of the time it can be hard to drink out of and is difficult to use. While this bottle takes up minimal pack space and is very light, it definitely is not user friendly. I have only had this bottle for about a month, but it is easy to tell how it performs. ¬† The bottom is made of stiff plastic, which provides good stability but makes it a challenge to open. You have to press on the sides once they… Full review

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Hydrapak Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Possum Wins Hydrapak Jolla for Gear Review
Congratulations, possum! You're the gear review winner of a Hydrapak Jolla, 18-liter hydration pack for trail rides, hikes, or your daily commute. Read more
October 10, 2012

Win a Hydrapak Jolla Hydration Pack
Review your gear now through Tuesday, October 9, and you could win a Hydrapak Jolla, an 18-liter hydration pack designed to carry and organize your gear on trail rides, hikes, or your daily commute. Read more
September 26, 2012


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