Hydrapak Expedition 8L Water Bottle

Hydrapak Expedition 8L Water Bottle
Hydrapak Expedition 8L Water Bottle
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Expedition 8L Water Bottle by Hydrapak
When you're setting up your base camp halfway up a mountain, water supply is critical. Not just having a viable source nearby, but having a receptacle to keep it in is key, and the Hydrapak Expedition 8L Water Bottle is up for the task. This 8-liter reservoir is made from ultra-durably TPU coated nylon, yes, nylon, meaning its completely collapsible and weighs a fraction of other beefy water bottles. It has a large carry strap, and wide-mouth opening for easy filling and carrying back to the camp site, plus you can hang it from a tree when full for easier pouring into your own personal water bottle with its plug-and-play cap. The Expedition 8L is built to be durable, with double-baffle design that gives it rigid structure when full, so you can carry on your mission into the great beyond with total hydration.

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SKU: HPK001A
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