The best hydration accessories, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on March 31, 2021. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
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Recent Hydration Accessory Reviews
Paired with Klean Kanteen's Insulated TKWide bottles, the TKWide Café Cap is truly leakproof and gives you on-the-go access to your hot or cold drink with a simple turn of the lid. Together, this cap and bottle duo stand out as a well-made, everyday, versatile option, especially for coffee or tea drinkers. My middle-school-age daughter and I tested and reviewed the 16-fluid-ounce Insulated TKWide bottle last year. Despite our extensive home collection of bottles she was excited to test that bottle… Full review
The Hydro Flask Bottle Brush is a well-made, sturdy bottle brush that I vigorously use on all my water bottles, including those that can't go in the dishwasher and the hard-to-clean, narrow mouth water bottles. Conditions: I came across the Hydro Flask Bottle Brush about 10 months after I broke yet another cheap plastic brush. I needed something to quickly and effectively clean my water bottles, and it had to be long enough to clean even my big Hydro Flask 40oz Bottle. I’ve found nylon bristled… Full review
A secure fitting lid with a hard plastic straw, designed for use with Yeti Rambler products. Be mindful to select the correct size for your Rambler. This is a secure fitting lid and hard plastic straw designed for use with Yeti Rambler products. Available for the 20oz and 30oz Rambler, this lid is manufactured with the same high quality that I have come to expect from all Yeti products. The lid creates a firm seal around the inner rim of the Rambler and is snug enough to stay solidly in place in… Full review
This is a huge step up in my Nalgene game! I don't know how I got by without one! No more spills down the front !of my shirt! Bonus! I occasionally receive gear to field test while camping in exchange for a review. While planning for this trip, I brought some easy dinner items to quickly toss together. Prior to leaving, I mixed up some sauce at home and transported it in my GoTube. It was perfect! The opening to the soft silicone container is nice and wide. I added some chili sauce, soy sauce,… Full review
I really wanted to like this product as I think the concept is great, but the bite valve included with the system has very poor flow when compared to other hydration bite valves currently available from other manufactures. I have been very focused on trying to whittle away at excess weight in my pack and I came across this product and thought it might enable me to eliminate the bladder I currently use to carry water. I like drinking from a tube/bite valve system when I am hiking, so I have always… Full review
Well insulated, but runs small. The pouch has a zippered front pocket and a stretchable neoprene strap that will fit onto most backpack hip belts (as tested on Kelty Redwing, Red Cloud and Lowe Alpine Netherworld packs). This is a nice feature if you like to carry a bottle or two accessible on your hip belt while you hike...but please read on. A 32oz Nalgene Triton or HDPE bottle is a very snug fit in these pouches, making it difficult to reinsert the bottle without taking off your pack. This has… Full review
Does a very good job keeping your liquids warm in the winter and cool in the summer—decently thick neoprene. Simple fold-over top and wide hook and loop closure is easy to use with gloves or mitts. Sufficiently compact that they fit easily many backpack bottle pockets. If you sleep out and hike in freezing weather, you have to answer the question of how to keep your drinking water from freezing. Forty Below's neoprene bottle boots are a great solution, unique in many ways. Most winter bottle… Full review
Really good for basic, everyday use. Not as convenient as the sport top. I do recommend using this product as most Hydro Flasks come with this type of cap. Not great for larger Hydro Flasks because it might become too heavy for the loop when full. Very easy to open, but not as great for quick access to water like the Sport Top. I have had two separate Hydro Flasks with this type of lid and one of them has water stuck in the cap that I can't seem to get out and the other one is still in great shape… Full review
Forty Below 32 oz / 1 L water bottle parka / boot holds one Hunersdorf Expedition 1 L water bottle or one 32 oz / 1 L Nalgene water bottle. Forty Below Water Bottle Boots / ParkasThis is the yellow 1 L / 32 oz size No zippers—can open with mittens on. But you need to ensure the seams are closed together tightly wen you put the water bottle back in, with the lid on the bottom because the ice forms on the top. With the upside down bottle, any ice that forms is on the bottom not frozen under the… Full review