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Hydrating Backpacks

Beat the heat! The RTC® Hydrator™ delivers a refreshing drink to those working hard off the ground. Makes working safer and more productive on hot summer days. Keeps drinks cool up to 5-1/2 hours. Closed-cell foam throughout keeps liquid cool or warm for hours without absorbing moisture. Design for extreme weather conditions - freezing cold to extreme heat.

Made from 100% medical grade silicone. Patented one-piece design is simple to use and clean. PureFlow™ Delivery Tube incorporates a taste-free liner,the same material used in water bottles sold at your local grocery store. Lightweight (just 3.63 lbs. when filled), the Hydrator™ holds a big 50 oz. liquid capacity. Tough durable exterior. USA made, 1000D, safety yellow Cordura exterior is the best in abrasion resistance.

Insulated tube cover designed for extreme weather conditions, our neoprene insulated tube cover prevents water from freezing up in cold environments or from warming up in the extreme heat. Exclusive harness design by CamelBak® to fit on RTC® Fall Protection harnesses and will not affect the performance of RTC® products when properly attached. Meets all applicable ANSI and OSHA standards.Capacity: 50 oz. (1.51) | Weight: Empty Reservoir - 0.6 lbs. (0.2 kg) | Filled Reservoir - 3.63 lbs. (1.64 kg)

Specialty Hydrating Backpack With Safety Harness
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