Gear Review: Hydration Packs
Product: Arete 22 Hydration pack
Well summer is here and with that comes the endless attempts to stay hydrated. And if you’re anything like me, then you never seem to bring enough water along for the excursion. As many as you know I was diagnosed with epilepsy about two years ago, specifically febrile seizures. Meaning if my body temperature was to rise through physical activity or just simply heat, then my body will seize to reset itself. Sucks living in Texas but I make do. I bought this pack a couple months ago specifically to ensure I carried enough water around with me to cover my entire activity. And it hasn’t let me down so far!!
The main compartment of the bag still has plenty of room for hiking or activity essentials as well as snacks. Which is always a plus because most Hydration packs only have room for the water supply.
Even cooler, this little back is capable to fit inside larger packs and serve as an insulated pack for food/ clothing.
Recommendation: All Levels/Hiking
Specs: Denier Nylon, Frameless, 14.1 Ounces,