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HydraPak’s new Pioneer camp water reservoir delivers water for all of basecamp

If you’ve ever used a portable camp water reservoir, you know that it’s a critical part of daily operations. Everybody in camp visits it at…

Tuesday, Mar 01

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If you’ve ever used a portable camp water reservoir, you know that it’s a critical part of daily operations. Everybody in camp visits it at least a time or two daily. It’s especially important to have a good one in the backcountry or anywhere where there’s no running water nearby.

A good camp water reservoir should work well in a few key ways — it should be tough, packable, and easy to clean and use (especially with one hand).

The HydraPak Pioneer looks like everything we’d want in a camp water reservoir. It’s got a big opening for emptying and filling, a tap you can operate with one hand, and semi-elastic TPU material with welded seams. This handy, concise video explains it all in a little over 2 minutes: HydraPak Pioneer details and functionality

Its ripstop nylon outer shell helps keep it safe from punctures and includes an ingenious zipper storage pocket for odds and ends. Thick cinch cords should help it carry comfortably and resist wear when you hang it from trees around camp. The spigot works with one hand and in one of two ways. Either use it as an auto-sealing button (think the classic spigots on sideline Gatorade jugs) or twist it to lock it in place to wash your hands or dirty dishes. It also locks closed for transport. And it’s on the end of a flexible 7-inch tube, which detaches and stashes in the pocket. The TPU reservoir is BPA and PVC-free. Its slide-seal top helps […]

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