Hydrapak Shape-Shift Water Reservoir

Hydrapak Shape-Shift Water Reservoir
Hydrapak Shape-Shift Water Reservoir
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Shape-Shift Water Reservoir by Hydrapak
Why settle for an average, run-of-the-mill hydration reservoir, when you can have an innovative design and added capacity without bumping up the price' That's just what you're getting with the HydraPak Shape-Shift Water Reservoir, thanks to its adjustable center baffle that keeps things slim when you need a low profile in your pack, then expands to give you more storage when increased water capacity takes precedent. You'll also get a self-sealing bite valve with a twisting on/off bar to ensure that your precious H2O doesn't leak on the trail. A Plug-N-Play connect system makes it easy to connect and disconnect the hose, while an auto shutoff valve instantly works to prevent leaking when disconnected. This reservoir also is fully reversible for easy cleaning and drying, and features a durable, abrasion resistant, and stretchy TPU material to keep it going for many an adventure.

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SKU: HPK001J
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