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Matador HydroLite Filtration Backpack

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Aug 24, 2017

Category: Gear

During the summer time or any time of year for that matter, days spent outdoors hiking and camping in the wilderness can spell trouble if you don’t remain adequately hydrated. Fortunately, Matador is here with the first ever hydration pack equipped with a built-in filter to allow you up to 2 liters of clean drinking water anywhere in the world.

Dubbed the HydroLite Filtration Backpack, each pack is made from ultralight waterproof Cordura and boasts a waterproof 8-liter compartment with sealed seams and a roll-top closure. Inside, an inline assembled USA-made Sawyer MINI water filter removes up to 99.99999% of bacteria and protozoa from any water source allowing you to drink from rivers, lakes and international taps without worry. Matador also hooked their Filtration Backpack up with an AirSupport back panel complete with inflatable airflow channels for unparalleled comfort, and convenient storage for the bite valve on the shoulder strap keeps everything as clean as possible. You can grab one now for $190.

Purchase: $190

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