PushURLimit Hydration Backpack


~ What ~
Made of a black canvas material with 4 nylon zippers, this backpack comes with a 3-liter hydration bladder. Measuring 18 by 8.5 by 2.5 inches, the pack also includes access tubing, a wide mouth with a twist off cover and handle, adjustable 3-inch buckled shoulder straps, waist strap, and bonus molle keychain. There are no instructions.

~ Why ~
We hike with our dog often, and it is important to have a source of water. This handy 22-ounce backpack is lightweight. I like how it can hold 100 ounces of water, or we can fill it with the desired amount. Another nice feature is the water bladder is secured into the zippered pack with a strap, and there is a small 8 by 6-inch zippered pocket at the outside top with a 8 by 8-inch zippered area at the bottom that has a smaller mesh zippered pocket and 2 elastic mesh sections, plenty of space for storing a wallet, keys, or snacks. The outside has several bands that one could clip items on and 3 thick mesh padded areas to protect the wearer’s back & shoulder blades.
Hydration 1
~ Why Not
Some hikers, runners, or walkers may not want to carry any amount of water, but this is a handy self-supportive product, especially for long hikes. Other may not like its length, but the padding and wide straps helps alleviates any pressure on the back area.

~ Wish ~
I wish more design choices and colors were included. Adding material and cleaning information would be helpful.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a lightweight but ample amount of water supply to carry in a backpack, this is a great choice.

Thanks to PushURLimit for this discounted product that I am freely evaluating. Hydration 2

GRAMMARLY was used to check for errors in this review.



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