Customer Reviews Of:
CamelBak GI Hydration Pack - 100 fl.oz.

Closeouts. CamelBak's GI hydration pack has a simple and streamlined design that fits easily under an outer layer and a secure HydroLock valve that allows you to quickly shut off the water flow.

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  • Reviewed by runleonarun from Oregon on Sunday, January 4, 2015
    I've only used it on a couple of day hikes so far, but I love it. I especially love how you can take the tube apart is so many places to clean it well. I'm so sick of cleaning plastic things with tube/straws/sippy things! But,this one makes me feel like no bacteria can be hiding anywhere.

    The storage bag it comes with is kind of sparse as far as storage pockets, but I use the hydration bottle only and add it to my backpack. I kind of like how slim and well-padded the storage bag is because I could see it as useful for trail running.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wendy from San Diego on Thursday, September 4, 2014
    I filled it up with water and found out that the hose and/or valve doesn't work. Disappointing.
  • Reviewed by Tracy from Arizona on Sunday, May 25, 2014
    I was disappointed in the strapping system. I purchased another brand hydration pack at the same time which I am happier with. This will go back.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Will from New England on Thursday, May 22, 2014
    I am a big fan of camel bak hydration ... and have several bladders in various packs. This is a single unit. There is no room for anything else, no keys, no nothing. The sack is insulated and light enough to strap this on a pack, which is why I bought it.. but to lower weight I removed it from the sack... That's not advisable as the opening is for this bag only.. it's a high-profile closure as you see in the image. In other words, this one goes as it is... a pack with no pockets and only water. Cool, accept that and you've got an expensive water bottle. STP has much better deals on Camelbak with a tiny bit, a greater amount or a fully packable unit. I won't buy this particular unit again because it is exclusively an insulated water bottle and is not versatile enough for me. A well made and good pack otherwise.
  • Reviewed by holmesy from Adirondack Mountains NY on Tuesday, March 18, 2014
    I used this today while climbing 2 Mountains over 4,000 feet in elevation and it worked perfectly! I did have 1 minor setback though. When we started it was minus 12 degrees and the water in the mouth piece was frozen the first time I tried to use it. I just popped the mouthpiece off and placed it between my hands and rolled it until the ice melted. After that I made sure to use it every 10 minutes or so and that prevented it from freezing again. My pack has a pocket for this in it and it is against my back so the warmth from my back saved the water bladder from freezing. This was an amazing deal and I would suggest it to anyone that asks me about a hydration pack.
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