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01-21-2014 08:20 AM
Kevin137 A 500ml bottle in your lower pocket on Cargo Pants is all you need...

I use an old Coke bottle and have never lost it, had it freeze or landed on it being on the lower part of the side of your leg...

You can also hold beer in it, which is good if you are not driving, which you can't do in a hydration pack...
01-21-2014 07:45 AM
EvilWilberforce Thanks chaps, both look like good options. I'll see which is easiest to get hold of in the UK.
01-20-2014 08:02 PM
ThisIsSnow Platypus is a pretty well known brand, it's basically a soft water bottle. They have different capacities from what I remember.
01-20-2014 06:52 PM
john doe Vapur - the reusable, flexible water bottle I'm sure there is others but that was first on google.
01-20-2014 08:17 AM
Small Hydration Pack / Water Bottle Replacement

Hi all,

Just wondering if anyone knows of any small non-backpack hydration packs/water container? Essentially I just want something that I can refill throughout the day and put in my pocket, not backpack-based. Just needs to hold 300-400 ml and be flexible. I usually take a plastic bottle of water but plastic bottles crush easily and are a bit of a pain so I'm looking for a better solution.


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