Hydration Packs

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    If you like to hike, hunt, surf fish, or you’re just like me and need to drink 20 gallons of water every three seconds, here’s a nifty little piece of equip. that was recommended to me by a serious cycling enthusiast:

    http://www.nashbar.com/bikes/SubCategory_10053_10052_200417_-1_200279_200331″ onclick=”window.open(this.href);return false

    http://www.performancebike.com/bikes/SubCategory_10052_10551_400161_-1_400004_400027″ onclick=”window.open(this.href);return false

    Nashbar seems to be cheaper in pricing and they have more of a selection of smaller hydopacks. I carry a Camelbak Hydrobak (along with 5 Mainstay emergency drinking water packets) while surf fishing and hiking. The hydropack comes in very handy. It’s important to know how much water you are likely to drink on whatever excursion you’ll be using the water pack for. My first suggestion would be to use one of your outings as a trial run. Try to pay careful attention to about how much water you drink on the trial run (you can do this with water bottles or any type of bottle that gives you a liquid measurement) and then match it up to the capacity pack that’s right for you. Take it from me, it’s so much easier than trying to juggle water bottle etc. around.

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