Got Thirst? Take the CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Ski Pack on the mountain

Posted By: The Ski Channel on November 6, 2009 4:38 pm

Don’t eat the snow if you’re thirsty. Who knows what’s been on it. The smart riders drink out of hydration packs like the CamelBak Scorpion. It has a 70 fl. oz.(2 liters) capacity giving you a water fountain on demand and is neoprene-wrapped for insulation. Even though it’s usually cold on the ski slopes, people still sweat and are prone to dehydration. Ever get leg cramps at the end of the day while skiing or snowboarding? That’s a telltale sign that you didn’t drink enough water.

Key features of the CamelBak Scorpion Hydration Ski Pack:

  • Zippered compartments secure and organize your on-slope gear; handy organizer keeps tools within easy reach
  • Music player pocket with headphone port carries your tunes
  • External port access makes refilling the included reservoir quick and easy
  • Placing a handwarmer packet (sold separately) in theTherminator™ harness pocket prevents tube freeze-up; redesigned harness makes it easy to get to your mouthpiece
  • Fully insulated drinking system features a neoprene-wrapped delivery tube
  • Reservoir holds up to 70 fl. oz. (2 liters), giving you access to fresh water on demand
  • Burst-resistant OMEGA™ HydroTanium™ reservoir has an extra-large opening for easy filling and cleaning
  • HydroGuard™ technology embeds an FDA-approved silver ion compound into reservoir film and delivery tube to eliminate bacterial buildup
  • Big Bite™ valve features a handy on/off switch
  • Retail Price: $65.00

 

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