Hydrapak Morro a Hiking Hydration Pack That Rocks
The Morro from Hydrapak: a Hydration Pack for Hiking and Biking
Looking for a hydration pack for hiking or biking take a look at the Morro because it has the room you need. When I got my hands on the new Hydrapak Morro hydration pack I was excited to strap it on, throw in some moose goo and jump on my unicycle for a grueling 30 foot ride. Boy was I glad I had my Hydrapak Morro because I was parched after 25 feet.
If you are a hard core cyclist, hiker, mountain biker, runner, jogger, or even uni-cyclist (well maybe not uni-cyclist) you've probably heard of hydration packs like the Hydrapak Morro. The Morro is geared more toward the hiker or biker as it is a nice roomy 800 cu. in. pack with a 100oz. (3L) bladder.
For those of you already familiar with hydration packs and just looking for the best deal on the Hydrapak Morro I'll hook you up with some great sales from a few of the online retailers I shop with. If you are looking for a Hydrapak Morro review I'll help you make sure the Morrow is the pack that will fit all your needs. Above all Enjoy your stay, and have a mighty fine outdoor adventure.
Hydrapak Morro Video Reviews - Meet the Morro face to face (if you stick your face up to your moniter)
Camping and hiking season is here and that means I get to throw on my Hydrapak, some boots and inhale gallons of fresh air on my favorite mountain trails. If you aren't already familiar with the Hydrapak Morro check out these great video reviews by fellow outdoor adventurists. The first by Court (an avid outdoor geek and former semi-pro snowboarder from Colorado who love cross country skiing, rock climbing and surfing. Um, someone should tell him you can't surf in Colorado) is a very thorough comparison between the Hydrapak Morro and the Camelbak Mule.
What is your favorite hydration pack? - The Morro or Mule?
Hydrapak Morro or Camelbak Mule?
Hydrapak Morro Sale - This is the lowest price I've seen on the Morro!
The bladder on the Hydrapak Morro is rated on a lot of websites as the best bladder in the market now a days. Much better than camelbaks!
This 2012 version has many improvements over the previous Morro design including the bladder hanging clip which was a problem with the older style.
Mount Katahdin, Maine, Appalachian Trail - Beautiful 16"x20" Photographic Print by Carol M. Highsmith
New Hydrapak Morro Features
No More Leaky Bite Valve
No mess, no fuss, no worries mon!
One of the new improvements that really puts the Hydrapak Morro in a class of its own is the revamped bite valve. If you've ever had a pack full of sticky electrolyte juice after a hot ride and wanted to throw your hydration pack over a cliff you'll love the new Surge Valve on the 2012 Hydrapak Morro.
The new Surge Valve won't leak all over your gear, has a easy twist shutoff, an adjustable angled elbow for easy positioning, it bites and draws well, and just plain works.
Hydrapak Quantum Clip
No more annoying flying drinking tubes
I had a runaway drinking tube make friends with my eyeball on a rough ride and needless to say I made sure to "keep my hose in check" from then on. With the improved "Rare Earth Magnetic Tube Fastener" on the Hydrapak Morro my eyeballs are feeling much more protected.
The Quantum Clip system uses an adjustable magnetic clip on the hose which secures to a metal piece on the chest compression strap to keep the drinking straw in place. Drop the hose clip easily on the metal plate and she'll snap right on with a satisfying magic magnetic click. If you used to tuck the bite valve under the compression strap to prevent a dancing hose you'll dig the Quantum Clip system on the Morro.
Find a Deal on Current Hydrapaks on eBay
There are many other styles available other than the Hydrapak Morro. So depending on your needs (running, hiking, biking etc..) I'm sure you'll find the right size for your activity.
If you are patient and don't get outbid at the last second you can get a steal on the style that best suits your needs. Good luck!
Hydrapaks Newest Offering: The Tamarack - Amazon special deal on the 2013 Hydrapak Tamarack
The 2013 Hydrapak Tamarack is the next generation 100 oz hydration pack. With 454 cubic in. (7L) of gear storage space you still have plenty of room for your essentials. And better yet it is on sale for less than last years Hydrapak Morro (for a limited time I'm sure)
Need a bit more room for extra gear? Try the slightly larger Hydrapak below...
Hydrapak Laguna Hydration Pack - A little more room than the Hydrapak Tamarack
If you need even more room than the Hydrapak Tamarack the new 2013 Hydrapak Laguna might fit the bill - at 600 cubic inches the Laguna snuggles right up between the 454 cu in Tamarack and the 800 cu in Morro. With the same 100 oz reservoir plus all the goodies like the Shape-Shift Reservoir with Plug-N-Play and Quantum Clip you'll be all set for all your outdoor adventures.
Hydrapak Morro Review
Hydrapak Features, Updates and Changes
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If you know someone who would like a hydration pack for a gift check out the current price on the Hydrapak Morro here before you go. Thanks again for stopping by. Happy hiking!