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High Sierra Wave 70
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- 100% Polyester
- Hydration sleeve is ideal for keeping you hydrated during road biking, trail running and hiking.
- 1.5-liter hydration system has easy-access fill opening that accepts most brand of water filters.
- Hands-free reservoir pressure valve.
- Zippered front accessory pocket holds smaller items.
- HEX-VENT mesh padded back wicks moisture.
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A 2 L hydration sleeve that is ideal for keeping you hydrated during road biking, trail running and hiking
Color: Black/Black/Silver | Size: One Size
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It's quite sleek and I would recommend tightening the straps so its not bouncing around too much. The way this hydration pack seals the water in is a little different than your usual screw on lid type which seems more common. Essentially, it's a large open-ended durable plastic bag that you have to fold over the top and slide on the a plastic cover in between the fold of the bag. Think of it more like the slider ziploc bags except the zipper part can fully come off. It can be a little difficult to get on if you have too much water but adjusting to it shouldn't be that much of an issue.
As for the bag itself, the straps aren't exactly the best as they can cause a lot of friction on your shoulders if they are exposed so definitely wear a shirt. Again, it won't be that comfortable but it's sufficient. It's also quite insulated as I was able to fill the bag halfway with ice and it lasted a good 4-5 hours in the Las Vegas desert heat while at EDC. As for storage, not a whole lot of room when the bladder is full and the small zipper pocket in the front doesn't add too much either. At most some keys, chapstick in the front; you can maybe stuff a wallet or phone in the main compartment before you place the bladder back in.
Lastly, for cleaning, the bladder is quite easy and actually having the fully open top helps with drying. Clean with regular soap and water and then place the bag over top a standing bottle to hold the bag upright while the the water can drip down. The tube is a bit more difficult as with any other hydration pack. I just swing it around a few times to use centrifugal motion to get the water out.... Hey, it works.
I've used this bag about 7-8 times so far and no leaks as some people have mentioned. Price point and functionality met my needs.
Otherwise, it's a great bag. The reflective loop at the bottom works well with my little safety light, and it's a good size. Carried water for me and my dog for a 13 mile run. I really liked the slide rule to seal the bladder, no leaks so far, and it's very easy for me to do, no more screwing a cap so tight it breaks!!
We actually bought this particularly pack for a friend's birthday. He really likes it. The plastic (or whatever it's made of) water pack is easy to clean. It opens all the way for really easy cleaning (Camelbak users know what I'm talking about...we had a CB that was hard to clean and got moldy). There's room and zippered pockets for snacks, wallet/id and whatever else you may need for long bike rides. We (husband and self) recommend this to any person who is in the market for a hydration pack.
-The valve sporadically leaks.
-The valve needs to be constantly sticking up. If not it will leak even more. The bag does not come with a clip or anything to hold tubing and valve up.
-The side pocket is super small. I can barely fit with a fight my Note 4 and that's the only thing that fits in there.
-The clip that holds the blue bag clip and bag up is hard to take off.
-It is lightweight.
I personally would not buy this item again. My shirt was always wet due to the valve leaking.
-Miss the previous model's simple unscrew and fill, Velcro pads feel weak and not sewed on well.