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TETON Sports Oasis 1100 Hydration Pack; Free 2-Liter Hydration Bladder; For Backpacking, Hiking, Running, Cycling, and Climbing; Green

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SOG Ninja Tactical Day Pack, 24.2-Liter, Clay Brown

SOG Ninja Tactical Day Pack, 24.2-Liter, Clay Brown

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Features
  • SATISFY YOUR THIRST FOR ADVENTURE: Lightweight and comfortable; This hydration pack is a terrific...
  • FREE HYDRATION BLADDER: 2-Liter; Durable, kink-free sip tube and push-lock cushioned bite valve;...
  • CUSTOMIZABLE COMFORT: Backpack for men, women, and youth; Adjusts to fit all frames comfortably;...
  • TRUSTED QUALITY: Over 1,000 verified 5-star reviews testifying to the quality and design; Large...
  • Water repellent backpack great for daily commute, travel, and hiking; modular design with large...
  • Carries comfortably on your shoulders with yoke-style adjustable, padded straps and adjustable...
  • Tactical features include MOLLE webbing for attaching a variety of optional accessories; tubing...
  • Hook-and-loop are on front of pack for attaching a flag patch; stretchy side pouch fits most...
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Sports
Sports
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TETON Sports
SOG Specialty Knives & Tools
Color
Green
Desert Clay
Department
unisex-adult
unisex-adult
Label
TETON Sports
The Outdoor Recreation Group
Package Quantity
1
1
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Sports
Sports
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TETON Sports
The Outdoor Recreation Group
Release Date
2011-11-25
2016-04-01
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18.5-Inch x 10-Inch x 7-Inch
Medium
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TETON Sports
The Outdoor Recreation Group
Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty - TETON Sports® strives to manufacture the best possible products for our customers. Our limited lifetime warranty covers your backpack against defects in materials or workmanship for as long as you own it. The water reservoir, bite valve, and drink tube are covered against defects in materials or workmanship for a one-year period. Our warranties are cheerfully extended to the original owner only and exclude normal wear and tear (e.g., zippers that wear out after extended use) or misuse. If, after inspection, a product is determined by us to be defective in workmanship or materials, we will repair or replace it at our option, at no cost to you. Shipping fees may apply. For international warranty claims (outside the United States), shipping and duty fees are the responsibility of the consumer.
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Platypus Big Zip Water Reservoir for Hydration Backpacks, 3-Liter, EVO with Fast Flow Valve

Platypus Big Zip Water Reservoir for Hydration Backpacks, 3-Liter, EVO with Fast Flow Valve

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  • Premium taste-free, leak-proof reservoir with fast flow rate offers hydration on the go for...
  • Secure SlideLock slides both ways to open reservoir easily and close it securely; handy pincher...
  • The high mount quick-disconnect offers fast, easy access without having to dig down into a pack...
  • Leak-proof shut-off valve instantly stops flow, stows reliably; HyFLO self-sealing bite valve...
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Sports
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Platypus
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One Color
Department
unisex-adult
Label
Cascade Designs Inc.
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Sports
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Cascade Designs Inc.
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3-Liter
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Cascade Designs Inc.
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Limited Lifetime manufacturer
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  1. Mayoke says:

    I’m fat, like 350, and all the belts adjust large enough to fit which was a worry. I’m hugely satisfied with the purchase.

  2. Tim Salt Lake City says:

    Haven’t used this yet but it appears to be well built the bladder looks just like my camelbak bladder. I will return after some use to see how it holds up. Delivery was very fast and there support is off the hook. They have sent me a couple of emails already wanting know some feedback.

  3. Robert A. Hill says:

    Bought this pack as a replacement to another similar one that did not meet my expectations. While this one was better than the previous, it still was not what I was hoping for.PROS:1. Comfortable. This pack fits well and is comfortable. Nice padding.2. The 3L hydration bladder. Plenty of water for a day hike. While I always pack extra water, the first hike I took this on was 6 miles and I didn’t drink the entire 3L.3. Durable. This pack was made from better materials than the one I had previously. I like that this pack has ties on the zippers.4. Stylish. I really like the CP camo pattern.CONS:1. Stops. Can someone tell me WHY a company would manufacture a hiking pack that does NOT have stops sewn into the straps??? The shoulder harness straps came undone several times on my first hike with this pack; all because there were no stops sewn into the shoulder straps!2. Hydration tube. I don’t know what was wrong with the hydration tube on this pack, but there were times I could barely get any water. A couple times I took the pack off and straightened the tube just to get a decent flow of water to drink. I’ve not experienced this kind of difficulty with other packs I’ve owned.3. Limited space. The picture of this pack on being worn by someone is deceiving. This pack is not that large, and I suspect the picture of it being worn in the add is either a child or small-framed adult. I did not feel this pack was spacious. For day hikes, I pack a first aid kit, rain poncho, 6 tent stakes, 50′ paracord (tightly wound), 1L bottle of extra water for emergency, sandwich and snacks. These basic items pretty much filled my pack to capacity.Overall, this pack is okay but I stop short of a full endorsement.

  4. David Jachelski says:

    The hydration pack has just the amount of storage you want, when camping it usually carries all my important things like keys, back up knife, glock magazine, and Molle allows me to connect a standard first-aid kit. The bladder is very premium and doesn’t drip and the construction has survived 4 camping trips so far.

  5. Travis T. says:

    For the typical $50-$60 for similar packs; 3.5 to 4 stars. For a $30 pack? 5 stars! I have a $150 pack for hunting in the Idaho wilderness. It has a frame, hydration, and everything but the kitchen sink for surviving in harsh conditions.But I didn’t want to lug it around for a simple day hike. I wanted a hydration pack with room for a first aid kit, some snacks, extra ammo, basic survival items, and a light jacket.This thing is perfect! I found similar packs on Amazon but if you read the fine print, they say they fit chests up to 50″ and actual customer experience showed they had trouble at even smaller chest sizes.I have a 52″ chest, am 6’2″ and weigh nearly 300lbs. I’m a big boy… The pack fits. I was able to make all the adjustments and there was room left in the straps for further adjustment.Previous reviews have covered all of the various pockets and nice touches like the key clip in one of the pockets that makes sure your keys don’t get lost on the trail, so I won’t ramble on about that.And I typically don’t review a product until I’ve used it, but this is the PNW and it is raining. I may not get to hike again until May. Or I might go tomorrow. Just wanted to give my initial impressions of a great little handy pack.

  6. Crystal says:

    This backpack is great, it’s high quality and will last a long time. It has a lot of room and will be great for hiking adventures. At least that’s what I thought until last week when I went to unzip it and it fell apart. It’s not even three months old and my ten year old had only used it for his notebooks at school. / update, the company had issued me a full refund even though it’s past its return by date. Would do business with them again, very polite and professional.

  7. Amazon Customer says:

    I need to drink a lot of water during long distance run. I used the waist belt with four small bottles. It was not not enough for me. I was dehydrated many times in long distance training. So I decided to buy a hydration backpack. I ordered a relatively cheap backpack before this one, and then canceled it and, decided to buy a better hydration backpack. It is because I usually put phone as the side of the backpack and I have concern on leaking of the cheaper backpack. Now I get a backpack I can trust!

  8. keith says:

    This is one of those products that grabs your attention by boasting a list of features that come on more expensive versions and make you think you are getting a deal. What’s really going on, is adding non-functioning just-for-looks features just so the maker can say it has them. In response, here is my list of some features from an, “if they were honest” perspective. Ahh but where to start?1. The zippers will give you a delightful challenge of your finger dexterity as you’ll need all ten to unsnag the zipper as you zip along.2. Gain that much needed motivation to lose a few pounds as the waist buckles wave at each other from opposite ends of your stomach.3. Inside each compartment we’ve single stitched a small fabric flap that’s been stretched so tight you won’t have to worry about dust or sand getting in it. We call it a “pocket”.4. Feel charitable as the items you attach to the side and bottom straps are “released from bondage” as we like to say, just as soon as you start walking.5. Are you worried about thieves stealing your water? Never fear! We’ve made the bladder compartment opening so small that only tiny child hands could get the bladder out. Or in for that matter.6. Do the cryptic letters M-O-L-L-E mean anything to you. Us neither. Here at Rupum Sports our dedicated researchers spent all yesterday looking at pictures of these MOLLE(?) backpacks and we believe it to be some sort of weight reduction system. That’s why we’ve sewn… the MOLLE? Our MOLLE? …so close together so as to discourage the frivolous adding on of unnecessary weight.Thank you for taking interest in the Rupum Hydration Assault Military Assault Tactical Military Hydration Teeth-Whitening backpack. We hope you are a satisfied customer.

  9. Kenneth says:

    It tore up within one month, I intentionally waited to test the bag out before I rated it. I am a army veteran and compared to the real thing this is a cheap knockoff. I wouldn’t rate this over 1 star. I only carried my action camera equipment, phone charger, powerbanks, precision tool kit, Amazon fire stick, headphones, a bose bluetooth speaker, and a occassional snack or two and it couldn’t handle that before tearing the actual fabric.

  10. Mario says:

    I really enjoy this hydration pack backpack. It is not especially large, which makes it perfect for a day trip/hike. I really like the overall look of the bag and there are several pockets, as well as molle webbing, allowing you to store or attach smaller items. When you take into account the reasonable price, this bag is a great deal and I recommend this product.Even more impressive to me, aside from the bag itself, was the customer service. I had an issue where one of the molle straps became un-sewn (likely from an isolated defect) and the Infinity3 Group responded instantly to my email inquiry, was exceptionally friendly, and actually cared about whether or not I was satisfied with their product. They worked with me to find the best way to resolve the issue and that is the type of company from which I want to buy products. I would absolutely do business with the Infinity3 Group again.

  11. Barnacle Bill The Sailor says:

    A nice pack for the money. I got this for longer runs and training hikes in the hot summer months. I’m getting older and where I used to be able to get away with a 12 mile run or hike in humid summer weather without taking water and losing 5 lbs of water weight, I found that last summer I was coming back nauseous and dizzy then consuming 2 liters of water. It has finally sunk in that I’ve developed a bad habit that I can no longer just bull my way through now that I’m a geezer. Also, after decades of running, my right knee is showing some signs of wear.So these days, I’ve taking to hiking longer distances (12 miles) with lots of elevation gain (about 1,500 ft) rather than running most of the time. I tried running / hiking and holding a lightweight disposable water bottle but that’s just a pain when I’m out there for three hours. I thought hip belts would be just as uncomfortable. So I looked around for a hydration pack and decided to try this.I couldn’t be happier. It fits my frame fine. Design, materials, and construction are all good. And the feature set suits my needs. I can carry all the water I need and not even feel the weight. My wallet, keys, sunglass case, a hat, and iPhone all fit in the lower pocket so I have nothing in my pockets which makes hiking much more comfortable. The pack carries well very close to your body with a very low profile and no annoying design features and is very easy to get on or off quickly. The back and shoulder strap padding is a very lightweight foam but that’s appropriate for a pack that will typically see less than 10 lbs of weight. And with the Molle system, this can be expanded for a day trip if you want to carry food and a first aid kit or rain gear.The bladder is a nice design for this pack. At 3 liters, it’s a little big for this class of pack but the simple solution is to only fill it with as much water as you need. The welded partition in the middle of the bladder does its job of limiting the ability of the bladder to bulge out and keeps the profile to a slim 3″. It also helps limit the sloshing of water in a half full bladder. Two things I don’t like about this bladder is that 1.) It doesn’t have the top opening with a clip closure. That allows you fill the bag from the top or reach all the way in to clean it. 2.) The wide mouth opening will not allow me to screw my First Needs XLE water filter to a set of Nalgene compatible threads like my other bladders. That’s really handy for filling a bladder in the field.As for the drinking tube, it’s really nice. It snaps on and off the bladder with a push button quick release with no leaking. Likewise the bite valve snaps on and off with a push button quick release. That makes cleaning and flushing the drinking tube much easier. I was a little worried about the complexity of this drinking tube with two quick connects, and angled bite valve, and a separate thumb operated on / off valve it seemed a little too over done. I usually go with a simpler design with one connection to the bladder and a straight, simple push / pull bite valve that I can operate one handed. I experimented with this tube on my first hike (12 miles) with it yesterday and I’m happy to say that after a little experimentation it can also be used one handed. It’s just a different method. I was comfortable with it after about 20 minutes of playing around. It’s a big deal if you want to carry a hiking staff or trekking poles for going up and down over tree roots, rocks, and streams.Looks are a completely subjective thing. I didn’t want black because any pack with a black interior makes it hard to find stuff inside. Especially in the shade or at dusk / nighttime. Black also means it will be a little hotter in the summer weather where I intend to use it. I didn’t want the camouflage because I’m not going hunting with this and frankly I’m not trying to hide from anyone on the trail so I thought it just looked silly. That left the tan version so, that’s what I bought. It’s lighter in color than the black so it should be a little less of a heat sink. The tan color makes it easier to spot stuff inside. And the color matches up pretty well with other gear I have that’s described as desert khaki, desert tan, coyote brown, sand, etc. Another side benefit is the buckles, zippers, and straps are easier to see on this tan version. It should also handle dirt and trail dust better than the black fabric. But on great thing about a small nylon pack is that it can go right in the washer if it gets too grimy.Lastly, here are some numbers on this pack that are missing from the product listing.Length: 19 inchesWidth: 9″ at the top and bottom tapering to 8″ in the middle between the pocketsThickness: 4″ with a full bladder and stuff in the pocketsWeight: Pack only 568 grams , 20 oz, 1.25 lbsWeight: Bladder only 153 grams, 5.4 oz, .34 lbsWeight: Drinking tube 83 grams, 2.9 oz, .18 lbsTotal Weight: 804 grams, 28.36 oz, 1.77 lbsWeight Water Max 3 liters: 3,000 grams, 6.6 lbsWeight Pack and Max water: 3,804 grams, 8.37 lbsEdit 5/6/2018: I’ve been using this pack for about 2 weeks now for training hikes and runs from 8-12 miles and elevation gains of up to 750 feet. No obvious annoyances have surfaced. The pack carries well with no chafing. It hugs my back and stays in place when I’m jumping off logs and boulders. There are 2 things I’ve really enjoyed. 1.) Having my pockets empty is much more comfortable on the trail. 2.) Having the water available has made a huge difference as teh temps start to climb. I could bull my way through 12 miles in 90 degrees but I’d end my workout nauseous and then down massive amounts of water while I recovered for an hour or so. With water available throughout the workout I’m getting a better workout and there’s no nausea or recovery time where I just collapse after 12 miles. It’s just smarter to carry the water instead of allowing myself to lose 5 lbs of water weight in two hours.Also, I’ve added two Molle pouches that give this little pack the ability to be a passable day pack. One carries my first aid gear and the second holds an ultralight stove and cookset. That leaves me enough room for food and ultralight rain gear plus wallet, car keys, sunglasses, and a point and shoot camera.

  12. adam says:

    I love this for what it is. I have had it for about a month and use it multiple times every weeks for trail running and serious hiking. It’s been through 95 + days and downpours and rough handling. I keep first aid stuff in the top compartment and phone/keys/wallet/multitool in the bottom with room to spare. The only think I wish was different was there was a hole in the bottom to route the tube under my arm and up so the bite-valve was at mouth level and the velcro patch is sized for a morale patch, not for a name tape. Neither are or should be deal breakers. I abuse it and love it.

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