What material is the bladder made of? Is it pvc and bpa free?
Both packs seem much more expensive than the purchase price. Haven't used them yet. Waiting on warmer weather....
Gooseberry 1.5-liter Fill Cap Black Hydration Packs (Set of 2)
These convenient wide-mouth 1.5-liter hydration packs by Gooseberry are a must-have when camping, hiking, or attending a festival. This set contains two nylon packs in the color of your choice: yellow, red, pink, orange, black, or blue
- Camp or hike with plenty of liquid with a set of two (2) hydration packs
- Gooseberry hydration pack is the ultimate in extremely lightweight, easy-to-use, problem-free liquid containers
- Nylon backpack has a 1.5-liter volume, leak-deterring big-mouth bladder
- Bladder features a secondary on/off valve that works with the bite valve to prevent liquid leaks
- Valve prevents leaks after positive pressure is created from filling bladder tube with liquid during use
- Sternum stabilizing strap
- Reflective tape
- Buttonhole bladder support
- Active suspension harness
- Padded ventilated back panel
|Color||Black Green Orange Pink Red Yellow|
|Hydration Pack Type||Hydration Packs|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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Both packs seem much more expensive than the purchase price. Haven't used them yet. Waiting on warmer weather.Read More
I bought these mostly for the price - fantastic for my husband and I to bike with. I actually used it the other day to hold keys and a cell phone and didn't use the hydration feature. The bladder is another reason I purchased it - the opening is large enough for my husband to get his hand in (for cleaning). I really like the two strap feature so it doesn't slip around during climbs or heavy rides.Read More
I haven't used them yet, but they will be perfect for day hiking. The straps are very padded & they have the stay cool mesh & padded back. Comparable to the sporting goods stores, but costs a lot lessRead More
Me and my lady were happy to receive our 2 hydration packs before our trip to Cancun. It was a very cheap buy. Yep... cheap. After our hike to the Tulam Ruins, the strap broke on both packs at the exact same spot, on the bottom. Coincidence? I don't think so. It is poorly put together. The hose snapped off the sack on my hydration pack and water spilled over my shorts, which I didn't quite mind because it was hot and humid. On my lady's pack, the bag was leaking on the seams. Well, it was a cheap buy so I really can't complain. If I decide to buy another hydration pack, I'll actually go to xxxx and see what I'm paying for and shell out the money because, man, were we thirsty!Read More
Given as a gift. The recipient was pleased once they figured out how to use the tube. There were no instructions or any paperwork included. Only complaint is this is the second I ordered as a gift from Overstock.com and no message card went with the gift.Read More
We bought these to take hiking last summer. Before we had borrowed our son's more expensive hydration packs, but I wanted to get our own. These packs not only look like the more expensive brand, but they worked the same. The mouth piece was durable and when I wanted water, it was there.Read More
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Does this also include the bladder bag for both?
I want a black colour and a orange colour combination in the set of two is it available.
Hi kilo2siera, these are sold as sets of 2 of the same color, cannot not be done in other color combinations. unfortunately both of those colors are currently sold out. Thanks for your interest, hope this helps!
When empty what is the weight and dimensions?
Each pack weighs two pounds and measures 12 inches high by 8 inches wide.
How is this pack at keeping the water cool? How wide is the opening where you put the water in? Thanks
This pack is not a cooler, but it is EVA-insulated to keep liquids cool. The opening is 2.7432 inches wide.
does each pack have a 1.5 liter capacity or is that for that 2 of them together?
Each pack has 1.5 liter capacity.
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