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TETON Sports Oasis 1100 2 Liter Hydration Backpack; with a New Limited Edition Color; Free Rain Cover Included
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- DAY HIKER'S CHOICE: Light, adjustable, comforatable and just the right price for all the included features--makes this pack a terrific companion for all your day-long or overnight outdoor adventures
- HYDRATION BLADDER INCLUDED: BPA free 2-liter hydration bladder included; Complete with lightweight, durable, kink-free sip tube and push-lock cushioned bite valve; Large 2-inch opening for ice that also makes cleaning easy; Before your first use rinse out your bladder with lemon juice or mild soap and warm water to remove any residues
- GET THE PERFECT FIT: Backpack for men, women, and youth; Low-profile athletic cut with full adjustment fits all frames comfortably; Comfort-taped straps with high-density notched foam stabilizer and mesh covering means you can wear this pack for hours
- LOADED WITH FEATURES: Large capacity hydration pack weighs only 2 pounds unfilled; Large pocket with hidden-teeth zipper and weather guard protects gear, clothes, and lunch; Bungee cord system for bike helmet or similar gear; Butterfly opening for jackets or picnic blanket; Size 18.5 " x 10" x 7", total capacity 1100 Cubic Inches/18 Liters
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY: At TETON Sports when we say "Limited Lifetime Warranty" we mean WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK! We have an AWESOME customer service team based right here in the USA. It's service YOU CAN COUNT ON to get your products taken care of and get you back OUTDOORS; #getoutdoors with TETON Sports
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TETON Sports Oasis1100 Hydration Backpack
The TETON Sports Oasis 1100 is a large capacity hydration pack that weighs only 2 pounds unfilled. The modern cut, multiple adjustments and ventilated shoulder straps mean all-day comfort, even when fully loaded. It includes a 2-liter bladder with three zipper pockets, storage space, and two mesh pouches that make this 1,100 cubic inch/18-liter total capacity hydration pack roomy enough for day or overnight trips.The low-profile athletic cut with full adjustment fits both men and women comfortably. This sturdy and lightweight backpack has wide mesh straps with ventilated foam and chest shock absorber. The FDA-compliant food grade bladder with triple-heat sealed edges, 2 inch opening for easy fill and cleaning, kink-free sip tube, cushioned bite valve, and twist-lock to prevent leaks.
Top storage pocket with key holder.
|Capacity||122 Cubic Inches / 2 Liters||1100 Cubic Inches / 18 Liters||1200 Cubic Inches / 20 Liters|
|Color Options||Black | Orange | Red | Blue||Olive Green | Orange | Black||Blue | Black|
|Dimensions||16" x 10" x 2"||18.5" x 10" x 7"||19.5" x 12" x 9.5"|
|Hydration Capacity||70-Ounce (2 Liter)||70-Ounce (2 Liter)||100-Ounce (3 Liter)|
|Hydration Bladder opening||Small Mouth||Small Mouth||Large Mouth|
|Weight (unfilled)||0.9 lbs||2 lbs||2.4 lbs|
The Oasis 1100 sports an athletic cut that fits higher than a typical backpack—though still low profile—so you can access jersey pockets. It won’t interfere with a bike helmet, and attached hauling loop tucks inside. You’ll appreciate the cushioned, breathable mesh back panel, as well as the adjustable mesh shoulder straps and chest strap with comfort taped edges and built-in shock absorber, giving you a perfect fit. Deep 9” mesh pocket holds keys, wallet, phone, snacks. A pack you’d expect from TETON Sports.
Seller Warranty Description
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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Top Customer Reviews
The pack has four zippered pockets the biggest used for the hydration bladder and it has a Velcro strap to hold the bladder in place. There are also two openings near the top at the start of the shoulder straps for the bladder tube to reach through. The second zippered pocket is just a normal storage pocket. You can put your workout clothes, food, and electronics; just about anything, you might need for a run or long hikes. I use it to keep an extra bladder just in case I might be out for a longer time. The next pocket is big enough for your wallet, keys, protein bar, flavored drink mix ex. The last pocket is bigger than the smallest pocket and it can be used to keep you cell phone or small electronics in place. There are two elastic pouches as well as a clip in this pocket. On the outside of this pocket there is net made of elastic bungee cord that can be used to hold various objects in place.
There is one more pocket that contains a rain guard for the pack. It is located on the bottom of the pack labeled "RAINCOVER". It is a Velcro pocket and it is easy to miss if you do not know what to look for. This is actually great because it does not draw attention away from the pack.
The pack comes with two side elastic water bottle holders. It has various clips that can be used to tighten or loosen the pack to help make carrying various objects a breeze. There is a clip that I used which can unfold the last pocket. I used to keep my towel in place. It can be used to store climbing rope or other items. The back of the pack has two sturdy 1-Centimeter thick foam pads that run down along the pack. They are covered in breathable material in the form of net type structure. The shoulder straps are really thin and have thin foam with large surface area to allow breathability. There are two stability straps. One runs along your chest are and the orange buckle used to secure the strap has a built in survival whistle which is quite loud. The second strap runs along your waist and ahs generous amount of slack to accommodate varies waist sizes. There is also a strap on the very top of the pack that can be used to hang the pack. One little thing that many people do not know about is on the very bottom of the pack there is a "V" shaped hole. It is in the pocket that holds the water bladder. That is there to allow for drainage of water if your pack becomes wet.
I have gone through and observed the stitching on this pack and I can safely say it is really well done. The stitches are barely visible and they use the color thread according to the pack color you chose. It is actually very beautiful.
I do my best to provide helpful reviews and I try to go into as much detail as possible. I make it a point to be unbiased and all my reviews are written and rewritten to insure I give the most update information. I ordered and tested this pack on a few hikes as well as running and found it to be one of the best inexpensive hydration packs out on the market. I ordered the green pack because Green Is my favorite colure and the pack itself is beautifully constructed.
I am inclined to order another pack if anything happens to my first one as well as recommending it to friends and family. I enjoyed this product and I give it full five stars.
The whistle isn't great, but I don't care too much about that and I hated bungee straps so I took them off.
As an archaeologist, I subject my gear to very harsh conditions and usage. I am confident this pack will hold up for many seasons---it has already weathered many gnarly briar patches and "unintentional ground contact" incidents unscathed! In addition to being robust, it is also deceptively capacious. I have included an image that shows all I pack on my daily hikes, and there is still room in the pack for more gear that I only occasionally require such as a 4" Marshalltown trowel, a file, small bottles of incidentals (Technu, peroxide, and calamine lotion), as well as found artifacts. I imagine it could hold even more were the bladder removed, but the hydration system is a must for me!
After a couple of good washes, the bladder doesn't have much of an aftertaste, the bite valve works well, and the tube is more than long enough for my needs. The length of the tube is, in fact, my only qualm with this pack as it is perhaps a bit too long and does not stay tucked into the bladder pocket very well. A small quibble, I know.
Also, the pack is not quite as bright as it appears in the image (at least as it appears on my screen). It is a more subdued pumpkin seed-type color rather than blaze/hunter orange. I chose this color based on the desire for a high-visibility pack and was a tad disappointed by the color, but it should still function well with other high-visibility measures in situations where one wants to be seen.
As a fairly large man (6'2", 210), I was pleased that all the straps were more than adequate for my frame. The pack sits well on the back, and the mesh pads allow for some airflow and comfort while keeping one's body heat from warming up the water too much.
This is a great alternative to the much more expensive Camelbak packs (not a commentary on that brand's quality, just a matter of comparison).
Addendum: While there is a kitty in the image, she is not actually included in the list of items I carry everyday. However, she would probably fit in the pack with the pictured gear comfortably! (Please do not put your cat in your backpack.)