Vibrelli Performance Hydration Pack & 2L Bladder
Whether you’re day-hiking, on a back-country MTB trail, road biking, or day trips with the family, you need a hydration pack that you can rely on. Designed for the highest quality hydration experience. Vibrelli’s hydration pack is light weight, designed for comfort, with multiple storage compartments, and a high performance bladder.
- HIGH FLOW BITE-VALVE: The ‘Easy-Twist’ mouthpiece doesn’t leak, water flows fast and won’t drip on your shoulder when locked, making it an ideal cycling backpack and water backpack for running, skiing, snowboarding, and trail running
- TASTE-FREE HYDRATION BLADDER: Made from medical grade materials, the water bladder is free from BPA and PVC. There’s nothing worse than a plastic taste in your water, this bladder keeps your water tasting fresh, all day
- MULTIPLE STORAGE OPTIONS: Vibrelli’s hydration backpack has multiple pockets and intelligent storage options without being bulky
- COMFORTABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT: weighing just 14oz (415g), this hydration pack is feather-light, streamlined, and easy to adjust, it’s the perfect adult and kids hydration backpack as it adjusts to most body sizes
- 100% SATISFACTION: This pack is built to last, which is why it’s backed with a 5-Year Manufacturer’s Replacement
J. McCullen –
Doing a bit of Christmas shopping for myself, decided to get a new hydration pack. Of course i had to test it out before I put it under the tree. Great design, super light, two big pockets. Most important it sits perfectly on my back and does not weigh on my shoulder at all, very well balanced.The hose sits right where I need it to so I can grab it quickly when riding but otherwise didn’t get in my way.I have to say the whistle is a really cool feature, I almost missed it, its built into one of the belt clips. I have had a few times in the past when I had a mechanical and I was the last guy in the pack and couldn’t get the groups attention, if they hear my whistle they might consider coming back for me.
The good:This pack is light. Really light. We have a Teton 1100, and compared, this bag feels like it’s not even there.The mouthpiece is ok. I like how the bladder fits in its own pocket.The bad:The waist strap is very short. Not good if you are overweight.The shoulder strap stops halfway up, which makes it a weak point. The straps are supported on the top by a very thin mesh. I’m worried that they will rip.The straps are very narrow and thin. They feel flimsy and insufficient.Overall I like the design, but dislike the material and construction. It’s not easy to find something this light, but I’m worried that it won’t hold up.Update:I’ve used the pack a couple of times now, as well as some other packs. It’s held up fine so far. When I compared the mouthpiece to the other packs I’ve tried, this one is by far the best. Zero leaks and easy to draw water from.It was a little uncomfortable so I ended up putting a thin piece of foam inside the bladder pocket to improve the fit.Overall this is a decent pack, still the lightest one I have found. I only wish it had another pocket.
Works as advertised. This is my first hydro-pack. Took it for a hike last Saturday, worked great. It is easy to fill, just enough Velcro in the right places to get the bladder in and out. Afterward, emptied the bladder, then heeded some online advice and stored it in the freezer. Nothing will grow on it there. Which was always my apprehension about these things – how to clean and keep it clean. Thanks Vibrelli!
Compact, lightweight, and tough. It was a perfect hydration pack to do a 12 hour hike up and down a rocky mountain side in Southern Arizona. It carried a lot of stuff in addition to the nearly 2 liters of water to keep me hydrated …a windbreaker coat and gloves for the cool night, several power food bars for sustenance, a monocular for sighting, a battery pack for my iPhone, a small flashlight for the darkness, and a small first aid kit for the “just in case”. For the price …a sure bargain.
So lightweight its crazy. Love this little pack. Rinsed it out with a little dish soap and have had no real issue with plastic taste. Has more than enough room for the things I would take on a small day hike. Great less expensive alternative to camelbak. I have not been able to really test it to much, but so far looks great, we will see how it does when I hike CO this summer. I will update after the trip.
Parrish lee –
This is a fantastic bladder bag! I hike several times a week and until now I have always carried a large awkward water bottle. This carries 2 liters worth of water that I also dump TWO trays of ice cubes in so I can cool my core. In the back I have room for a couple of wallets and phones and well as two victory protein drinks kept cool by the iced water bag. Freaking love this thing so much I am buying a two for my girlfriend and best friend.Freaking fantastic!
I use the heck out of this thing and it’s still like new. Zippers and connectors still work great and drink tube is drip free and perfect. Holds a spare 27.5 tube, tool kit, co2 pump, granola bars, small first aid kit, spare sunglasses and 2 liters of water. I jam it pretty full. Tip 1: you need to bite the mouthpiece to draw water. Tip 2: The water will taste like plastic forever even if u wash it out. Add a couple squirts of lemon juice after you fill it.
Minh Mai –
Took the pack out on its first ride and at 5 minutes into the ride the hydration bite valve came apart. It has a locking mechanism that you can push in to lock and pull out to unlock, but it doesn’t take much force to accidentally pull it all the way out and drop it on the ground while you’re riding. Luckily I was able to find it and it didn’t fling off into the bushes beside the trail, but then it was covered in dirt and countless microbes. Needless to say the hydration pouch and bite valve were useless and drained until the pressures equalized. Ended up doing the whole ride, rationing 500ml of water. The tubing also unclips easily from the left shoulder clip so it flops around a lot while riding. I will have to find a better way to secure it for the next ride and be careful about the bite valve’s locking mech. It works, but in my opinion, it’s just not designed all that well. The canvas backpack itself is great with room to spare after all my riding gear including a multitool, tire levers, chain links, an inner tube, car keys, wallet, cell phone, and a snack.
Love this hydration pack, it’s good quality and holds everything I need in it while on a mountain bike ride. water stays cool with some ice in there and it gave me no problems while drinking from it.Things that could make it even better would be a new lock/release mechanism for the mouth piece as it could be sometimes hard to do it while riding.Also a dust cover over the mouthpiece but that’s not much of an issue.