Tagged: hydration pack

Gregory Miwok 22 Review

With a long history of making great fitting backpacking packs, Gregory has been playing in the space of day packs and hydration packs over the past few years.  Often times, when a company jumps...

Geigerrig RIG 500 Review

Benefiting outdoor enthusiast and athletes, innovation in hydration packs has held constant for many years.  What does this mean for runners, hikers, bikers, etc?  It typically means that you can enjoy your activity more...

Hydrapak Avila Review

Whether you’re looking for the perfect hydration pack for your long run or looking for a simple no frills pack for a day hike, the Hydrapak Avila is an excellent option.  I’ve been testing...

Platypus Origin 3 Review

  New for Spring 2011, Platypus introduces the Origin 3.0 hydration pack.  The Origin 3.0 is a 2 liter hydration pack with intended uses of mountain biking, trail running, and other activities where you...

Gregory Diablo Pack Review

The Diablo is an ultralight hydration pack within Gregory’s Active Trail pack line.  The pack weighs a mere 1 lb (the lightest one they make) and will not weigh you down while out on...

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Osprey Raptor 10 Review

Whether your mountain biking, hiking, or trail running, the Osprey Raptor 10 is a great option for a 3 liter hydration pack.  We tested this pack out for a couple months on all of...

CamelBak Hellion Review

What started out as a simple way to carry water while biking or hiking has turned into a huge product category all it’s own. Camelbak started things off years ago and continues to be...