Camelbak Packs & Hydration
It's 1988 and bike rider Michael Eidson is competing in a 100 mile road race in the gruelling heat of Wichita Falls, Texas. Survival is only possible via water, and lots of it. Without an off-the-shelf solution, Michael, an emergency medical technician by trade, decides to fill an IV bag with water, and slip it into a tube sock. Shoved into the back of a jersey and unbeknown to Michael (at that moment), the world's first Camelbak was born. Fast forward some years, and Camelbak is now the go-to choice for the rider in need of road or trail hydration.
Featured in: Cleaning your CamelBak Reservoir