Source Outdoor Tactical Gear WXP Hydration System, 3-Liter

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Source Tactical WXP Hydration Reservoir System with Storm Valve : Sports & Outdoors

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Source WXP 3L Hydration Reservoir System- Liquid Capacity 100 oz. (3L). 17”L X 8.3”W x 1.2”D. Empty weight: .53 lbs. High performance 3L hydration drinking system. Beefy 3 layer coextruded Polyethylene construction for durability. Exclusive taste-free Glass-like liner with FDA approved Grunge- Guard drastically reduces cleaning and field maintenance. Patented leakproof "slider" wide opening for easy cleaning, draining, ice insertion. Easy opening NC filler port mates with most pump-style water filters.. Self sealing QMT tube with 2 "quick disconnects" for instant installation of filters, tube refill adaptors, accessory drinking valves and more. Patented push/pull Storm Valve requires no biting, delivers 25% higher flow than standard bite designs. Integrated valve shut-off. Protective Dirt Shield valve cover. UV bLock weave covered tube.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
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  • ASIN: B005QI8KM6
  • Item model number: SO2050553

Customer Reviews

Fits 5.11 Rush 12

26 people found this helpful.
 on February 26, 2014
By Craig M. Kimmel
I am using this in my 5.11 Rush 12 pack. The pack lists bladders up to 70 oz, but this 100oz one fits fairly well. The coyote color of the tube sheath matches the coyote webbing on my sandstone pack perfectly. I am using the pack as an urban commute pack and I am using the bladder as a disposable plastic water bottle replacement – a “green” solution you might say. I fill it with filtered water at home and have left it in the bladder for days with no note of fouling or other problems unlike carrying a water bottle. I think this is the military version of Sources bladder, but I find it to be very useful for my civilian needs as well and would recommend to anyone to replace their daily bottle of Evian or Fiji with one of these. It should pay for itself in no time.

The best bladder in the market

 on October 6, 2015
By Major Havoc
A friend gave me his USMC Tactical 3L Hydration System made by SOURCE Vagabond Systems Ltd., but without a bladder. So I had to promptly buy the Source Tactical WXP 3-Liter bladder in Coyote along with the Source Tactical Helix bite valve.

Greatest Hydration system out there.

One person found this helpful.
 on July 24, 2014
By Dark Sakul
I got the Source Outdoor Tactical Gear WXP Hydration System (3 LT) for now going on 3 years. This is the military variant of the Source Outdoors WXP B3 Hydration Reservoir System (Transparent Blue, 3-Litres ) with an already covered drinking hose and a storm drinking valve instead of the helix valve. I am unsure if the tactical version is made better or use use a tactical military color scheme, but the covered hose gives a better feel of quality. I have not have the screw cap leak, nor did I have any problems with the hose’s quick disconnects. It does help you pay attention and don’t cross thread the cap.

better than Camelbak

 on September 10, 2015
By Kindle Customer
It does what they say it does. I have owned Camelbak bladders for 20 years and I have watched the evolution of design. But I now prefer source bags over Camelbak. The wide open top and anti-fungal coating are a pleasure. My kids have the blue sport version of the Source bag so I have experienced them as well.

I freaking love my source hydration bladder

 on March 10, 2017
By Ant
I freaking love my source hydration bladder. I had a friend tell me about them and it was his favorite after trying a bunch of other brands out. It is super easy to clean and put ice in with the giant opening at the top,. The “glass” like liner works great at cleaning water build up does occur but also keeps build up from occurring quickly. I’ve had other bladders “go bad” on long hikes but this guy seems to keep that from happening and a quick rinse will get rid of any bad taste pretty easily.

Great Hydration Bladder, Another One is In Order

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 8, 2017
By Matt Fleener
Great, arrived on time, holds water without leaks, fits perfectly in my USMC source hydration carrier. no problems that others have reported seems to be of good quality.

Feature-packed and nearly perfect!

 on October 15, 2016
By Brandon Moore
I’ve owned a smaller source bladder for years (I think it’s a 1.75 liter) and it’s performed flawlessly. I’ve replaced the hose a couple times, but apart from that my only issue has been with the size. Coupled with a one liter bottle, that one was great for day hikes up to about five or six miles. When my friend invited me to hike to and climb Half Dome in Yosemite, however, I knew I’d need more capacity to complete the 17-plus mile hike.

Kept me watery!

 on July 25, 2017
By Amazon Customer
I had bought a cheap hydration bladder at Walmart to put in my geocaching pack. The bite valve on that thing made getting a drink of water like sucking on a freshly made milkshake. Way too much effort required. This hydration system worked very well. I like that the top opens all the way, it makes filling the bladder with ice a lot easier. I also purchased the Source Tactical Helix high flow bite valve. No sucking on a milkshake with this setup! It took very little effort to get the water flowing.

Love these water bladders– this is the second I’ve purchased …

 on July 24, 2017
By Susan Marie Watkins
Love these water bladders– this is the second I’ve purchased so that I have a spare on hand. My hobbies put a good bit of stress on these guys and so far they’ve stood up to the test. I love sliding clip at the top that makes it easier to clean and still keeps it watertight. Same thing for the removable hose. I think my favorite aspect when compared to other bladders is that the hose and mouthpiece are wide enough to allow quick drinking without feeling like I have to work for it– crucial in high-exertion situations.

Used it for a Goruck event

One person found this helpful.
 on April 24, 2016
By Maricar
This is pretty much the same material as the hydration bladder that GoRuck sells but for a much cheaper price. I participated in my first Goruck (Tough) Challenge and looked for a hydration bladder that could take a beating since we will be rolling around and doing crazy stuff with our rucksacks on. I was scared that my hydration bladder can’t withstand it & will eventually pop or leak so I did my research and looked for a good one that fits my budget and found this. The quality is impressive. I had no issues whatsoever. I also appreciate the zip-lock type opening because it makes it very easy to clean and fill up the bladder.

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