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I bought this pack to go on short hikes around the pacific northwest. As I'm new to that sport I was looking for something on the cheaper side to get me started. This seemed like a perfect option. I have two gripes with it though, one is the overall size (which isn't why it lost a star), I'm 6'4 and this pack is fine sitting on my back with just the shoulder straps, however, if I try and fasten the waist band it seems sit a bit high, it's well above my naval and is not practical at all. I chalked that one up to my size and let it go. What I subtracted a star for was the hollow shoulder straps, there's no padding in the straps at all, it's a hollow nylon material and can get bunched up, which then cuts into your shoulders. With that said, I'm still happy with the purchase and have already put about 15 miles on the pack. I had no problems with the water bladder when it was closed tightly....
Jem 2-liter Premium Wide Open Fill Cap Green Hydration Pack
Stay organized and safe on the trail with this premium hydration backpack from Jem. Made with sturdy fabrics, the backpack features a convenient rain cover, multiple pockets for easy access, and a two-liter leak-proof bladder for maximum hydration.
- Jem hydration pack is ultimate in multi-sport, light-weight hydration
- Package offers ample storage for full-day refreshment
- Hydration pack has two-liter leak-deterring Big Mouth bladder
- Bladder contains secondary on/off valve that works in conjunction with bite valve to prevent liquid leaks
- Add a second bladder into main pocket with all necessary routing ways already included
- Jem also contains sternum and waist stabilizing straps
- Eight organization pockets
- Interior key clip
- mp3 cable access
- Two supplemental bottle compartments
- Full rain cover
- Reflective tape
- Bungee cargo holder
- Button hole bladder support
- Active suspension harness
- Padded ventilated back panel
- Storage volume of 570 cubic inches is well protected by DTX durable ripstop shell
- Available in green color option
- Measures 12 inches long x 8 inches high x 8 inches deep
- Model number 4635G
|Hydration Pack Type||Hydration Packs|
|Dimensions||12 inches x 8 inches x 8 inches|
|Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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I bought this pack to go on short hikes around the pacific northwest. As I'm new to that sport I was looking for something on the cheaper side to get me started. This seemed like a perfect option. I have two gripes with it though, one is the overall size (which isn't why it lost a star), I'm 6'4 and this pack is fine sitting on my back with just the shoulder straps, however, if I try and fasten the waist band it seems sit a bit high, it's well above my naval and is not practical at all. I chalked that one up to my size and let it go. What I subtracted a star for was the hollow shoulder straps, there's no padding in the straps at all, it's a hollow nylon material and can get bunched up, which then cuts into your shoulders. With that said, I'm still happy with the purchase and have already put about 15 miles on the pack. I had no problems with the water bladder when it was closed tightly.Read More
was in excellent condition and arrived promptly. would definitely recommend to others.Read More
Bought several for wedding party gift so haven't used it personally. But tired it on and fits great. Plenty of room for storage for day long activites. Comes with the bladder to carry water. Overall pleased with my purchase and I think the recipients of these will like them as well!Read More
I recently went to Nicaragua and used this hydration pack. It work great other than I had a small leak at valve on the bladder inside my pack. Also typically, the camelbak bookbags have the hook where you pour your water in up ontop to keep the bladder from leaking, this one appeared to be upside down or a manufacter defect. I just ran the hook through the handle of the bladder. Could have been a little bigger but most things I carried fit into it. Positive note: Camelbaks you have to buy seperatly a cover for the bite valve. This one had a cover already. I didn't have to be concerned about my bite valve getting germs or dirt on it because of that. It was pretty comfortable. It was a good value. I was glad I bought it versus a namebrand camelbak. Sooted my purpose well.Read More
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The pack measures 12 inches long by 8 inches high by 8 inches deep.
Tips on What to Put in a Diaper Bag
Diaper bags come in all styles and designs, from trendy leather messenger bags to easy-care canvas totes. Once you have selected the perfect diaper bag, though, you need to fill it with the proper gear, so you will be prepared for anything your baby needs when you are out and about. In time, packing your diaper bag will become second nature, much like packing your own bag or purse. It is common, however, for new parents to have some anxiety about packing the right stuff for a trip out with baby. While different trips will require different essentials, here are a few basics that can help keep traveling with your new baby stress-free.
How to Fluff Comforters
You know it's time to cover the beds with cozy comforters when there's a chill in the air and cold weather sets in. Bedding stored in moisture-resistant bags with the air removed will be clean, but it may be flat, too. Generally stored during the warm seasons, down comforters may become lumpy if the filling was unevenly distributed while they were packed away. Comforters currently in use that appear flat should be freshened, too. A simple fluffing will restore volume, making your bedding plush and cuddly for cold winter nights. Look below to learn how to fluff comforter sets.
What to Pack for Africa's Highest Peak
Imagine that you are planning a trip that will take you from the equator to Antarctica in seven days. Now imagine that you have to limit the amount of gear you pack to 35 pounds or less. The task is getting more complicated. What kind of luggage would you choose and how would you pack for a trip that encompasses such extreme changes in climate and altitude? When Erica Davis, a paraplegic athlete, and Tara Butcher, a physically challenged athlete, climb Africa's highest peak, they will have to answer exactly those questions. The challenge: Mount Kilimanjaro rises from nearly sea level all the way up to 19,330 feet. The trail climbs from the hot bushland through rain forest, moorland, alpine desert and arctic glaciers up to the rocky Uhuru peak. A climb like Mt. Kili presents special challenges when it comes to luggage, clothing and gear. Being prepared for the weather and temperature extremes is a necessity, but it's also important not to pack too much. There is a 35-pound weight limit to each piece of luggage carried by a porter. Most climbers pack one 35-pound capacity bag to go up with a porter and one small daypack to carry up themselves. The daypack: Erica and Tara will have 7 days to summit Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro. As they pass from one ecological zone to the next, their needs will change and so will the contents of their daypacks. Each day Erica and Tara will repack their daypacks in anticipation of the specific challenges of the day's journey. In general, their daypacks will include things like water, snacks, dry clothing, waterproof gear and sunscreen. The importance of keeping clothing and gear dry cannot be overstated. When choosing a daypack, a small to medium backpack made of lightweight, moisture-resistant material that comes with a removable waterproof shell will be ideal. It's also helpful if the backpack has convenient access to a water bottle compartment or can accommodate a water bladder. Plenty of pockets, zipper compartments and hooks are also handy. What to pack: A sturdy but lightweight water-repellant duffel bag with a capacity of about 35 pounds is ideal for the trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The bag needs to have room for plenty of layers of breathable, moisture-wicking clothing and layers of fleece clothing, as well as a waterproof layer. To save space, it's a good idea to pack clothing that does double duty, such as pants that easily convert into shorts. Aside from clothing, the climb will also require accessories like sunglasses, hats and gloves, plus equipment like trekking poles and a headlamp, as well as toiletries like sunscreen, insect repellent and a first-aid kit. Support the Challenged Athletes Foundation: Overstock.com and the C.H.E.K Institute are co-sponsoring Erica and Tara's climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in order to raise awareness for athletes with physical challenges who wish to participate and compete in sports. Portions of the proceeds will benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF). CAF raises funds to give physically challenged athletes the opportunity to stay active and competitive in the sports they love. To show your support for physically challenged athletes like Erica and Tara, donate now to the Challenged Athletes Foundation for the Fit 4 Kili Climb. View All Luggage Back to Guides Directory View All Luggage
How to Trade Sports Cards
If you've already decided how to build your sports card collection, you can go through your newly opened packs and decide which sports cards fit and which you don't need. This is where the "trading" comes into trading cards. When it comes to sports collectibles, few things are as popular as baseball cards; however, basketballs cards and football cards have also become very hot items. Get together with other sports card collectors and make trades to help each other build trading card collections. You might have friends who also enjoy this hobby or you can meet people at hobby stores or on the Internet who want to trade sports cards. Here are some tips to make sure you get the best deals possible out of your trades.
Best Situations for a Duffel Bag
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FAQs about Backpacks
The campground is a great place to spend time in nature, but when you are looking for solitude, you really need to go into the backcountry. Hiking into the backcountry requires a backpack to hold all your gear comfortably. A good hiking backpack should hold everything you need, fit comfortably and not cost so much that you can't afford to go on any trips to use it.
Best Backpacks for Hiking
Have you ever been told to "take a hike?" Well, you no longer have to tie your gear to the end of a stick and carry it over your shoulder. Instead, you can choose the backpack that is best for the type of hike you want to take.
Travel Backpack Types
When school backpacks just won't do the job at hand, use a travel backpack instead. These specialized backpacks are designed to help you accomplish specific goals and carry specific items. However, just like there are many different bags to choose from for work or school, there are also multiple types of travel backpacks. Each is constructed with a different task in mind. Keep reading to learn about travel backpack types so you can choose the best backpacks for you.
How to Take Your Dog Camping
If you enjoy camping, chances are so does your dog. With the right dog supplies and a sense of adventure, camping with your dog can be fun and easy. He'll enjoy the fresh air and great outdoors as much as you, if not more. Pack up the car with plenty of pet supplies and get ready for excited tail wagging as you camp, hike, and fish. He may even join in a campfire song or two with you.
FAQs about Camping Gear
It's important to be prepared for any situation when you're camping. This can make shopping for camping gear a little overwhelming. You don't want to forget anything, but you also want to pack light and keep the trip fun and simple. This guide answers frequently asked questions about camping gear, so you can easily figure out what you need and start enjoying nature.
Summer Outdoor Safety Tips
Summer is the season of outdoor fun. Sunny skies and long days provide endless opportunities to get outside to enjoy the great outdoors. Before you head out on the lake or down the trail, it's important to review your summer safety plan. Here are some tips to keep you and your family safe during all of your summer outdoor adventures.
How to Train for a Marathon
Training for a marathon can be a daunting task, but with sufficient time and the proper schedule, equipment and nutrition, you can prepare for the challenge. You can become a part of that elite group who can claim to have completed a grueling 26.2-mile race.
How to Buy Bicycle Accessories
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How to Pack a Duffel Bag
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Camping Gear Buying Guide
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What to Take to the Beach
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How to Pack Kids' Clothes for Vacation
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How to Pack Hard Luggage
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How to Use Packing Cubes
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Packing Tips for a Ski Vacation
Any vacation is difficult to pack for, but a ski vacation is one of the most difficult. You'll need a variety of skiing clothing, equipment, accessories and other items, and it's easy to forget one or two items. Ski resorts are notorious for high prices on nearly everything, so you'll want to be sure to pack every last item that you need for a successful skiing trip. Follow a few simple tips and you'll be on your way.
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