Evoc CC 6l Backpack, with 2L Bladder A
good hydration pack is more than just a means to carry your water around. It should be lightweight, durable, functional, provide a comfortable fit and maximum ventilation. It should be something that ...
fox head purist bottleThe Fox Purist Water Bottle
is infused with a shield that repels odor, stains, and mold. The MoFlo cap features hands free operation and consistent flow. It is 100% leakproof, compatible with most bottle cages, and at ...
Kenetic Twenty20 Water Bottle CageThe Kinetic Twenty20 Bottle
Cage ergonomically improves the simple act of grabbing a drink on the bike. A natural arm motion removes and replaces a bottle at an angle of approximately 20 degrees off-center. The Twenty20 ...
In the late 1980s, an emergency medical technician named Michael Eidson made his first hands-free hydration system using—of all things—an IV bag filled with water, and a white tube sock. He was competing in a 100-mile road race in the sweltering Texas summer heat, and he needed a way to frequently and reliably hydrate himself without slowing his progress. So he filled the IV bag with water, slipped it into a sock, and tucked it in his jersey. He ran a small hose from the bag and clipped it over his shoulder with a clothespin. As archaic as it seems by today’s standards, it was the beginning of something big. It took some time to develop a more sophisticated production version, then CamelBak was faced with the task of getting their product out into the world.
That’s when Jeff Wemmer came along. Wemmer, like Eidson, was a cyclist as well. He swore by the comfort and convenience of CamelBak early on, and before long, he was pounding the pavement selling units. Legend has it, Jeff rode back and forth across the country selling early incarnations of the CamelBak off the back of his motorcycle. Sales were slim, but they were growing, albeit slowly.
These days, CamelBak has come a long way from IV bags and tube socks; they’ve grown since their one-man motorcycle sales team. Their products can be found on the back and in the bottle cages of riders, runners, skiers, triathletes, climbers, soldiers, and just about everyone else who gets thirsty.
With their innovations in water bottles and hydration packs, they have been helping riders all over the world stay hydrated. CamelBak hydration packs and water bottles have become some of the most highly sought after products on the market. The insulated water bottles from CamelBak keep water chilled longer on those warm days with their double-wall construction with insulation. On top of keeping the water cold for longer, they are also BPA free and are dishwasher safe.
Whether you're looking for an insulated water bottle, bladder, backpack, or a simple bite valve, Camelbak has got you covered. If you're curious which products we like and use here at Jenson USA, talk to one of our expert Gear Advisors. You can email, chat, or call them at 888-880-3811.