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Ceramic Filtered Hydration Back Country Pack Just Water Includes Filter 100 Ounce Bladder Dessert Camo Pack

Just Water For You
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Enjoy clean drinking water on the go with this Desert Camo hydration pack. This pack includes a desert camo pack with backpack straps and an exterior pocket; ceramic filter with 0.2 micron filtration efficiency; 3L bladder with an oversized filling port and a bite valve.

Total number of Reviews: 5

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5.0 5
"While in Haiti, recently, I was able to use the BugOut Hydration Pack by Just Water. I used water that had bacteria in it and it was in a known cholera area. Even the Haitians would not drink the water. I had plenty of water to drink and did not suffer any ill effects then or later.The hydration pack worked great. A good resource to have when backpacking, traveling in foreign countries or in disaster situations."
5.0 5
"Used this backpack on a recent trip to South Sudan on the border of Darfur. Water from bore well was cloudy and clearly contaminated. However, the backpack filtration worked really well. Never got sick. Had to clean the filter often because the water was so dirty. But was able to drink with confidence. Will definitely purchase other products from this supplier."
1.0 5
"Spend an extra 10 bucks and get the military issued pack.... poor quality"
5.0 5
"Very nice piece of equipment for our BOB. I like the camo. I'm a pretty big guy and this still fit me easily. Very comfortable to tote, even when full. Going to take it on my next horseback ride and fill it in the creek to see how the water tastes."
2.0 5
"I recently went hiking/climbing up Gray's Peak in Colorado. This unit is light and held enough water for the hike, but almost needed a power vac to get water out of it. I followed the manufacturer's directions, let the filter soak for well over 24 hours, but was very frustrated when trying to get a drink. If you are going to an area where the water is known to be bad, I suppose this would be a good purchase, but for day hikes, get a pack without a filter."