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Tactical Hydration

Dehydration is no joke. For working out, hiking, camping, combat and tactical operations, you won’t make it far without a reliable source of water on your side. Luckily, we offer a number of options to get your H2O fix, including reservoirs, water bottles and canteens. We offer several durable, compact backpacks that let you carry your hydration bladder on your back, so you can take a drink without having to slow down or stop to sip from a water bottle. If you prefer keeping a water bottle on you, you can carry one on your belt or MOLLE-compatible platform with a carrier or pouch. Many of these water carrying systems also feature webbing and pockets for loading additional gear. With hydration options like these, you never have to go thirsty again.

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  • CamelBak Ambush, ArmorBak and ThermoBak Hydration Packs
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Recent Hydration Reviews

    • TG EDC Bottle

    • 5.0 star rating
    • My (our) favorite!
      Reviewer: Pete B

      9/21/2018

      I walk to and from the gym twice a week and use this water bottle exclusively. Not only is it a great water bottle, It's apparently a little scary when you grab it by the neck (yeah, baby!). I bought a second to stick in the car door, but my wife confiscated it for her yoga sessions. A third one is now in the car. This bottle also comes in a black finish, which is very durable and great looking.

Dehydration is no joke. For working out, hiking, camping, combat and tactical operations, you won’t make it far without a reliable source of water on your side. Luckily, we offer a number of options to get your H2O fix, including reservoirs, water bottles and canteens. We offer several durable, compact backpacks that let you carry your hydration bladder on your back, so you can take a drink without having to slow down or stop to sip from a water bottle. If you prefer keeping a water bottle on you, you can carry one on your belt or MOLLE-compatible platform with a carrier or pouch. Many of these water carrying systems also feature webbing and pockets for loading additional gear. With hydration options like these, you never have to go thirsty again.