Hydrapak Shape-Shift 3L Reversible Reservoir, Clear

October 31, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $35.00Amazon.com Price
(as of April 6, 2020 05:25 GMT+0200 - Details)

Simply put, some athletes thirst for more. That’s why we developed our high-capacity 3 liter shape-shift. Like it’s smaller brother, it’s extremely durable, fully reversible for easy cleaning and, like all our reservoirs, helps you perform at your highest levels.

Product Features

  • Shape-shift baffle locks for a Slim profile and increased stabalization; unlocks for full volume and reverses for easy cleaning
  • Slide-seal top opens wide for easy filling and closes tight for a leakproof Seal (no cap threading required)
  • High-flow blaster bite valve self seals after each sip and features a twist on/off bar to prevent leaks when not in use
  • Plug-in-play connect system lets you easily disconnect the drink tube (an auto shutoff valve prevents leaking) and remove the reservoir from your pack for convenient refilling
  • Safe and reliable, 100% BPA & PVC free
  • Can be frozen or filled with hot water (max temp 60° C / 140° F


Enrico Brown says:

Excellent as always Love Hydrapak’s stuff. The last bladder I had from Hydrapak was over 5 years old before the bite valve went south. Time for a new one. As always it is excellent. Word of advice make sure you wash it out at least 3 times and scrub it before use. That new rubber taste is horrible. I don’t know why other manufacturers don’t do what Hydrapak does with the clip type opening. Makes for very easy cleaning. Not impressed with the shape shifter ridge inside the bag ass it is very hard to get…

JP says:

Awesome for staying dehydrated and easy cleaning. Love it! I drink so much more water then when I carry bottles. This is the best for being able to clean it. After 3 weeks I did purchase the pipe cleaner for the tube and it is so worth it. I have some difficulty reconnecting the zipper up the middle that splits the reservoir, but I am still working on it. Sometimes I start the zipper and then press it down and then I don’t realize that it is not engaged all the way until I fill it with water. Then I have to empty the water and start…

blank Alex Huras says:

Bad plastic welds: a cautionary tale. This is the second time I’ve purchased this reservoir, which I use predominantly for endurance (2+ hour) runs and/or hiking., and it is hands down the best value reservoir for general use. The tube is detachable, has a quality valve, and even comes with a nifty magnetic attachment which works great for keeping the mouth-end under control while jogging. 

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