Here are some options for packing your Hydro Flask, Camelbak & Nalgene (or similar) water bottles. Sandwiched between is an overview of a similar product I reviewed several years ago.
So for whatever reason you’ve decided to standardize on a or you’re trying to decide what your best option is. Either way, you’re going to have to have something to pack it in. If there’s no room in your pack, here’s some great options.
Check the end of the post for the popular (and trendy!) options to fill out these pouches!
First up is the Camelbak Max Gear Bottle pouch. It’s an insulated water bottle transport bag. It can securely fasten to any MOLLE attachment system. It’s made from Durable 500D Cordura and nylon webbing construction. It’s a complete zipper enclosure. It holds any .75 L or 1 L CamelBak bottle.
Next up is the Maxpedition Bottle Holder. This uninsulated bottle holder is made from 1000-Denier Coated Nylon. It’s been triple coated with polyurethane and a coat of Teflon to repel the elements. It can securely fasten to any MOLLE attachment system. You can attach a shoulder strap to the available D-rings for a quick hike.
Finally is the Onoola Pocket Carrier for 32oz water bottles. They advertise that they will fit: Hydro Flasks, Lifeline Fiftyfifty flasks, Takeya Thermoflasks and 40oz Klean Canteens. It’s made from Neoprene, so it should offer some level of insulation. The front pocket is large enough to fit the iPhone 6, credit cards, keys, and other essentials – perfect for the gym, hike, or stroll around the park. The nylon shoulder strap is padded at a comfortable 1 inch width, and extends from 27 to 54 inches, making it ideal for both adults and kids.
I used to have a Chute. I found that it’s double cap system was awesome. I could open the small to drink or the large to fill with drink mix. Unfortunately I dropped it too many times and it shattered.
Nalgene is long known for their quality. I’ve had several of them for years. I don’t like it nearly as much as the Chute. The wide mouth is hard to drink from without getting soaked.
I’ve never owned a Klean Kanteen, but lots of people like them. You can find lots of reviews on YouTube.
I’ve also never owned a Hydro Flask, but Google seems to think it’s the TRENDY choice. It’s supposed to be well insulated and isn’t their artwork cool?
Whichever option you decide, just don’t forget them at home!
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