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DAKINE Replacement Reservoir

$35.95 - $39.95

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    • Assorted, 2L
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    6 Reviews


    Water, juice, margaritas...

    When your ski pack's hydration bladder looks like a chemical concoction of everything you put in it for the past few years, get Dakine's Replacement Reservoir. Its low-profile Shape-Loc center baffle keeps the reservoir in shape until the last drop, and the removable hose allows for easy cleaning so you don't make the same mistake twice. Dakine set the high-flow bite valve at 45 degrees for easier drinking, and there are on/off positions for extra security. The reservoir's top opens wide for simple filling.

    • FDA-approved polyurethane
    • Low-profile Shape-Loc center baffle
    • Quick disconnect hose
    • High-flow bite valve with on/off positions
    • Fold-and-slide wide opening
    • Item #DAK00DW

    Tech Specs

    FDA-approved polyurethane
    [2L] 70 oz, [3L] 100 oz
    high-flow bite, on/off system
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding, hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Gets the job done

      I got the dakine replacement reservoir to use with a Nathan pack and it's worked well. It seems to be the exact same design as the bladder that came with the Nathan pack originally.

      It's pretty easy to fill and drink from and also seals well. So definitely a solid product.

      Solid - Buy a new one every year

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is by far an easy to use and well designed water bladder. The bite valve won't allow your water to leak out while riding. I do suggest you buy one at the beginning of every season.

      Update your reservoir annually

        There are a number of things I update annually to avoid mechanical issues. A fresh reservoir is one of them. I've been using Camelbacks since they were first introduced. The Dakine packs fit me better than the Camelbacks so I use Dakine reservoirs. I replace these every year because they start to turn yellow over time.

        Kind of expensive for a plastic bag

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        It's a little tough to drop $35 on what is essentially a plastic bag without feeling a little taken advantage of. That being said, the bag itself is well put together. The material is thick, and I'm comfortable that it'll hold up well over time. The mouthpiece and valve is great as well. If you're already got a bag that you can connect this to, it's a lot cheaper alternative to grabbing a new camelbak or another dedicated water pack.