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It’s easy to be generous and keep ‘em comin’ when you pull up a camp chair to our Hydration Station. Wherever you ramble, we’ve got the gear to make refreshments available to you and your friends, old and new.

Heading to a watering hole you’ve never visited before? You can trust what the server is slinging by adding a few drops of Aquamira Water Treatment tablets or giving it a shot through the ever-popular Sawyer Squeeze or Micro Squeeze. Both options will make the selections safe and palatable even if the tap lines haven’t been cleaned since, like, ever!

For all your beverages, as long as they’re of the abundant, inorganic, transparent, tasteless, odorless, and nearly colorless variety, we’ve got a selection of vessels from Platypus and Nalgene to store and chug from.

And finally, for those of you who prefer to hit Happy Hour with your Porter Pack, we’ve got the 20 oz and Nalgene-size Bottle Holders that help keep things in reach for hydrating on the go. They’re kind of like a coozie but not really. They will, however, go the distance no matter how long you’ll be out.

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June 8, 2022

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