High Sierra Wave 50 Hydration Pack
Great for biking, hiking, skiing any other way you spend the day, the High Sierra Wave 50 Backpack holds a 1.5-liter water reservoir for easy, hands-free hydration when you're on the move. With intelligent extras like an easily accessible reservoir cap, accessory pocket, and an insulated tube cover, the Wave 50 keeps you rolling along.
- Main compartment holds a 1.5-liter water reservoir
- Easy-access reservoir opening is easy to fill and accepts most brands of water filters
- Hands-free reservoir pressure valve
- Zippered front accessory pocket holds smaller items such as keys, a wallet, or a cell phone
- Insulated water tube cover prevents water from freezing in the tube
- Vapel™mesh Airflow™padded back wicks moisture
- Vapel™ mesh Airflow™adjustable shoulder straps
- Reflective loop holds a bike LED blinker
- Dimensions: 14.5x0x10.5in
- Volume: 100cu in
Purchase the High Sierra Wave 50 Hydration Pack from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- November 12 2010
I was a little skeptical at the price, but this hydration pack is everything I have had in more expensive versions. So far the bladder and water tube are working perfectly.
- March 5 2010
I bought this for my long trail runs. I was going to just buy a bladder to fit my North Face Heckler Backpack, but this was the same price plus you get the mini hydration pack as well. I use it alone and I also use it in my bigger backpack. It works great and the mouth piece works as expected - no leaks thus far. Only complaint is like another reviewer said about the lack of a chest strap. I took their advice and sewed on my own. Overall extremely happy with purchase.
- January 14 2012
Does it work?
The pack looks good. Material appears durable and the weight of the pack is light. I will be able to give a better review once I use the pack on a ski trip. The price was excellent.
- December 12 2011
Ordered this for my 8 yr old but it's too big so will have to order him a kids version for mountain biking, hiking. etc. Well made though...I think I'll just keep this one for myself. Wish it had a strap across the chest for when I'm running but I'll rig something up.
- December 5 2010
Good Starter Hydro Pack
I bought this only because I needed an item for free shipping and I was sorta looking for a hyrdo pack for trail runs. This is a very decent backpack with bladder included. It is very minimal in bell and whistles, but does its job. It doesnt have any straps at all. I ended up sewing a chest strap on and it worked out well. I did have the sewing on the shoulder straps tear with normal use. It was an easy fix. I have had no issues with the bladder or mouth piece leaking. I actually am using the bladder from this backpack in my new go-lite backpack. Overall a good buy for the price if you're not not expecting too much.