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Get in Gear: The Sugar Pack

If you are into doing anything outdoors, you've got to have a Camelbak. It's an easy way to make sure you've always got your water with you.

Sometimes when you're out for the day, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, or whatever, it's annoying to have to stop all the time to get your water bottle out of your backpack.

Using the Camelbak keeps your water much more accessible so you are apt to drink as much water as you need.

It's a pack that has a reservoir pouch that holds the water. And there's a little tube that goes from there all the way up to your shoulder. To get the water out, you bite down on the end and suck - it's like a big straw - it's so easy.

But won't my water freeze? Nope. Camelbak makes insulated packs like this one so your water is protected from the cold. It's called the Sugar pack. You know I love that!!!

For $70, it holds 70 oz of water and has extra storage space for important things like snacks, a camera, your cell phone, and extra layers. What a brilliant idea.

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snowdaytoday snowdaytoday 10 years
wow - it's insulated so the water doesn't freeze - love that.
kevindineen kevindineen 10 years
SUGAR pack. ha.
DStirk DStirk 10 years
i lived off one of these things when i lived in denver, working out there is so hard because it is SO dry...a camelback is neccessary.
yamahamama yamahamama 10 years
They're almost mandatory for summer motorcycle trips, especially across Nevada! Fill with ice cubes at the truck stop. That reminds me, the fill spout is large enough for most ice cubes. And I think some models have pockets for ipod/disc player etc.
esk4 esk4 10 years
we sell those where I work they are so cute, you can generally get one at any sporting goods store. But I prefer The Sports Authority ofcourse
Fitness Fitness 10 years
Mme Hart - I'm glad you asked because I was wondering the same thing when I first heard about Camelbaks. Just go to the Camelbak website, and click on "Why CamelBak?" on the bottom left. Then click on "Maintenance" on the bottom, and it'll explain how to keep it clean.
Fancy04 Fancy04 10 years
good idea, fitsugar.
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 10 years
How do you clean it?!?
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