Camelbak has been creative innovative hydration solutions since 1988. The Camelbak Marathoner Vest was created by Camelbak with marathon training and trail running in mind. It has includes some unique features that could help you out with all those miles you put in. Check out my initial review by clicking here.
This hydration system doesn’t suck and I mean that literally. Geigerrig has changed the way that that hydration systems work. With a pressurized water bladder system, you don’t have to worry about having to constantly suck on the nozzle to get the water that you need like in traditional water hydration systems. Check out my review here on the Geigerrig Rig 500 pack and “Hydration Engine” to see just why this hydration system doesn’t suck!
Ever worried that your small electronics such as your cell phone or digital camera will be exposed to the elements while on your latest adventure? Tired of having to lug around a soggy wallet after it got wet on your last hike? Afraid that those sandwich bags you are using to keep things dry on the trail just won’t cut it? Aquapac has created the Small Stormproof Pouch to keep your small items dry and safe while you are in the great outdoors. Click here to see my review of the product.
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A still photograph from taking the Aquapac camera case for a swim with my dog.
For my second installment of my Aquapac camera case review, I decided to take the case along for a swim in the local river while teaching my young dog to swim to see just how well the photographs and video would come out. Curious to find out? Well, I am sharing the footage with you to see for yourself! To see the footage and hear about my experience with the Aquapac camera case so far, click here.
If you tend to get your feet wet while outdoors, check out the first part of my review of the Keen Balboa Waterfront
Balboa Waterfront Sandal
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Aquapac Waterproof Case
I love taking my camera everywhere that I go. Anyone that knows me should be able to tell you that. So, needless to say, I absolutely hate it when the rain or water-based activities make me leave a camera behind. But I also don’t have oodles of money sitting around to spend on a waterproof case for it.
But then Aquapac came along and told me that I didn’t need a ton of money to do it. All I needed was their small camera case (MSRP $40) and I could take my favorite accessory everywhere.
Intrigued? I was too. Click here to see what my initial thoughts are of my Aquapac case.