CamelBak StoAway

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Camelbak StoAway 100 oz. Insulated Hydration Reservoir Features.

Camelbak StoAway 100 oz. Insulated Hydration ReservoirCamelbak stoaway 100 oz. Insulated Hydration Reservoir with thermal control insulation. It can be used in any season for hydration, since water temperature inside remains constant. The reservoir contains a quick link system for easy and fast filling. A 1/4 turn cap is there for easy opening and closing, and a big bite valve is present to prevent spilling of water or any unwanted leakage. Hydroguard technology is adapted, providing only the pure taste of water. The reservoir comes with a specific insulated carrier, which doubles the insulation, and contains a quick zip design for easily loading of the reservoir. If you are an all-season enthusiast, carry the Camelbak stoaway 100 oz. Insulated Hydration Reservoir.
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Key Features.

Fabric:

  • Polyurethane-coated polyester carrier features double the insulation of a traditional pack; zippered opening allows quick loading

Wash and Care:

  • HydroGuard™ technology inhibits bacterial growth on reservoir and tube surfaces (but does not protect user from disease organisms; please wash reservoir after each use)

Insulation:

  • Insulated carrier and drinking tube, and a covered bite valve help prevent freeze-ups during a chilly day on the mountain
  • Quick Linkˆ System, 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap, lightweight fill port, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Biteˆ Valve, HydroGuardˆ technology, insulated PureFlowˆ tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening
  • Insulated reservoir and tube are protected from freeze-up.
  • Includes OMEGA Reservoir to make filling fast and easy.
  • Insulated reservoir keeps your beverage from turning into a block of ice
  • Fully insulated reservoir chamber with double the insulation of a summer pack, quick zip reservoir loading, includes 4 mm insulated tube cover and insulated bite valve cover
  • External filling port lets you fill up without hassle
  • Burst-resistant 100 fl. oz. Antidote reservoir features a huge access port for easy filling and cleaning; new cap is easier to open and close than previous versions
  • Lighter-weight fill port, hanging accessory, and fold-out drying arms
  • Convenient external fill port design for easy filling

Features:

  • Durable exterior is abrasion-resistant and lightweight.
  • Antidote Reservoir features Quick Link system to make removing and reading your reservoir simpler
  • Includes carry tether for easy loading and transport.
  • BPA-free Omega HydroTanium reservoir uses an antimicrobial compound to inhibit bacterial growth
  • Reservoir is equipped with the Quick Link™ connection system for hassle-free removal of the drinking tube
  • Refill easily throughout the day with external fillport access.
  • Versatile, 4-point D-ring attachment system means you can hook your reservoir to the outside of your pack
  • Multiple lash points make it easy to attach the StowAway to any backpack with accessory carabiners (sold separately)
  • Center baffling in the reservoir keeps the profile low and offers unmatched stability
  • lightweight fillport
  • Includes the new 100 oz (3 L) Antidote reservoir with Quick Link™ System
  • CamelBak StoAway 100 reservoir includes integrated folding dryer arms that help keep the reservoir open for easy drying when you're back home
  • Integrated baffle gives the reservoir a slim profile and also limits water from sloshing side to side as you move and twist while wearing your pack
Christy Sports

Camelbak Stoaway: For anyone who wants to add winter hydration to an existing pack. Fully insulated system easily slips into any pack.

Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)

100 oz (3 L) OMEGA™ HydroTanium™ Reservoir with Lifetime Warranty

Convenient external fill port design for easy filling

4 point D-ring attachment system for securing to exterior of pack


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Hydrate yourself on the trail with the durable and convenient StoAway™ 100 oz. by CamelBak®.
Insulated reservoir, tube, and bite valve cover help prevent water from freezing.
Omega HydroTanium reservoir is extremely durable, delivers taste-free water, and has a wide-mouth opening that is easy to fill and clean.
HydroGuard anti-microbial technology embeds an FDA-approved silver ion compound into the reservoir film and delivery tubes that eliminates up to 99.99% of bacteria and fungus.
Refill easily throughout the day with external access to the wide-mouth opening.
D-ring attachment points let you strap it almost anywhere.
Nylon exterior is lightweight and abrasion-resistant.
Rocky Mountain Trail

Our StoAway™ slips easily into the hydration pocket of your backcountry pack, or use the convenient D-Rings to strap it anywhere. And, external access to the OMEGA™ fillport makes the StoAway a breeze to fill, keeping you out enjoying the snow longer.
Fits CamelBak® compatible packs perfectly! The StoAway™ slips easily into the hydration pocket of your backcountry pack, or use the convenient D-Rings to strap it anywhere.
CamelBak® Got Your Bak™ Guarantee: If we built it, we'll Bak it™ with our lifetime guarantee.
Reservoir Features: Quick Link™ System, 1/4 turn - easy open/close cap, lightweight fillport, dryer arms, center baffling and low-profile design, patented Big Bite™ Valve, HydroGuard™ technology, insulated PureFlow™ tube, easy-to-clean wide-mouth opening.
Designed to carry: Water


Appalachain Outdoors
The StoAway 100 oz Hydration Reservoir from Camelbak features Thermal Control insulation that makes it a 4-season hydration system. It's lightweight and easy to carry.
Backcountry.com (Spring 2014)
It may be the worst thing that has ever happened. You just hiked five miles up the side of a mountain in the freezing, pre-dawn hours to enjoy the fresh powder. You reach for a drink to relieve your thirst only to find that the refreshing liquid has turned into ice. The Camelbak Stoaway Hydration Reservoir insulates your drink so you can rehydrate even when the mercury drops.

REI

Add the CamelBak StoAway 100 reservoir to your backpack and you're ready for year-round adventures. Its insulated design keeps water from freezing on winter trips.

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Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)
The CamelBak Stoaway turns any pack into a winter hydration system.
Massey's Outfitters (closeout)
Features Capacity: 100 oz (3 L)
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Activity:Backpacking
BPA free:Yes
Bite valve shut-off switch:No
Bottom Width:6 1⁄2 in
CamelBak Got Your Bak Guarantee:If we built it, we'll Bak it with our lifetime guarantee.
CamelBak¦ Got Your Backˆ Guarantee:If we built it, we'll Back itˆ with our lifetime guarantee
Capacity:70 oz (2L), 100 oz (3L)
Cargo:N/A
Cargo Capacity:N/A
Designed to carry:Water
Dimensions:18.5 in x 8.25 in x .5 in (470 mm x 210 mm x 13 mm)
Fabric:600D Poly with DWR & 1000 mm PU coating
Fluid Capacity:100 fl. oz.
Hydration Capacity:100 oz (3 L)
Insulated Hydration Sleeve:Yes
Insulated Tube:Yes
Liquid capacity (L):3 liters
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):100 fluid ounces
Material:(Cover) polyurethane-coated polyester / (reservoir) polyurethane
Pack Fabric (Primary):600D polyester
Quick disconnect tubing:Yes
Strap Drop:4 1⁄2 in
Upc, Ean, Isbn:713852617509
Weight:Empty Reservoir 1.38 lbs (.62 kg) , Filled Reservoir 7.82 lbs (3.55 kg)
Weight - metric:136 grams
Wide-mouth opening:Yes
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CamelBak StoAway Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Get crafty and it works great

Really a great product for being a hydration system. I've used several other types of hydration pouch systems before and I really like the Camelbak. It's well made, a little bulky, but there's a bunch of insulation - what do you expect.
I personally found the pouch pretty easy to use. It was nice that everything came put together and ready to go for winter use. That being said, you really need to be conscious about what you will be doing, where you're taking it and how extreme you want to go. Any hydration tube regardless of insulation is going to freeze up below 20deg F... It's a fact of life. Here are some tips that I have accumulated over the years of using hydration systems to help you out:

1. If it's going to be cold, try and keep your water intake up and take sips frequently, keep the water flowing.
2. After you've taken a drink, blow back the water in to the pouch and try to clear the sleeve. Bang off the mouthpiece in your glove or ice axe/trek pole to try and clear some of the extra water.
3. before you leave base camp or high camp for that matter, put some warm water in the pouch. Yea, it's not as nice to drink "warm" water when you're working your booty off, but it beats not drinking water...
4. tuck the mouthpiece in a chest pocket, or down your neck to keep the end of the hose from freezing up
5. Finally, what I've found most important is to add about 12oz of Coconut Water to my bladder when I know I'm going high and cold. The salt and sugars drop the freezing point of the whole system quite a bit. Not to mention, it's great electrolytes to keep you going hard. The colder you plan on getting, add more Coconut Water. 0deg day? - add 24oz per 100z. Works great!

Dinging it a star because i would like to have a longer tube. For extreme summit attempts in negative weather, I like to have a 18L pack with about 48oz and just my essentials. Because it gets so cold, I have to run the tube under my coat and down my arm sleeve, there just isn't enough hose to accomplish this with some of my layering techniques.
rockyou at REI on 03/03/2013

It works wel, but don't expect too much.

I've used this on ski trips and for day hiking, and I expect that it will work well for overnighters this summer, but I haven't had it long enough to test that function.

The insulation is both good and bad. It does keep the water in the bladder cooler on hot days, but the insulated hose still gets warm pretty quickly, so the first mouthfull is lukewarm or hot, depending on how long you wait between sips. The water in the bladder does stay cool/cold for hours when the whole thing is secured inside a pack, and will stay cold long enough for you to drink the whole thing if you're drinking enough water to stay hydrated. In that regard, it works very well.

On cold days (my experiences were all under 20 degrees) the hose will freeze up in short order. As specifically as I can get, at 14 degrees it took about 10 minutes for ice in the hose to begin to freeze, and within an hour (probably less) it was frozen to the point that it won't allow water through. The bladder didn't freeze at all inside my pack, it was just blocked in the hose, so keeping the hose more protected somehow would help. The easiest solution is to take a few good drinks every 10 to 15 minutes and it will continue to function well at temps in the teens. I assume anything colder than that would require you to take a drink every 5 minutes or so. It does thaw quickly at indoor temps, so a few minutes in the lodge is usually long enough for it to be functional again.

Overall it's a great product, as long as you don't expect it to work miracles. The insulation is effective within reason, and the cover on the mouthpiece is a nice touch that helps with cold weather and also keeps dirt/debris off of the drinking tube and out of your mouth. All of this does add weight though, so if that's a primary concern I'm sure there are better options.
biggy at REI on 04/04/2013

I originally purchased this item for myself to do day hikes in the desert with. It fit somewhat awekardly in my backpack, do the to combination of my pack and the bladder sleeve. I have only used this system twice and liked it. I put quite a bit of ice and cold water in the pack and after 2-3 hours I could tell that it wasn't as cold as I would like but was not as hot as it would have been without the sleeve. My husband on the other had needed to do some walking surveys in the desert and asked to borrow this system, it has been two weeks and I haven't not seen it since. He fills it with ice cubes and then the empty space with cold water. This keeps has been keeping the water cold long enough for him to go through the bladder. He did complain one day that I put too much ice in and that it all froze together making it undrinkable.
I have not tried attaching the system to the outside of my bag as I am afraid the combination of the black color and the desert summer sun will heat the water too quickly. The insulated tube is a little large to bit through my hydration hole in my pack. I do like the cover on the bite valve though. It has been great keeping the sand and dirt off of the mouth piece. The bladder itself has a quick release type tab so that you can detach the tube from the bladder making it easier to refill the bladder.

Lauren at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2013

Solid but not impressive.

I bought this Hydration pack in November 2012 and have used this pack on 20+ runs and skiing for 3 days. I've used 1 or 2 camel packs in the past. My desired use for this pack was for hydration in a winter 50k run.

I am satisfied with the pack but I would be interested to test how much the insulation actually helps since you will most likely be storing it in a back pack anyways.

My three complaints are (1) It is surprisingly difficult to refill the bladder because it is difficult to get it back into the shell when full. (2) I was trunning in about 10 degrees and the tube would freeeze in about 15-20 minutes... Wasn't that the point of an insulated tube? Not a big deal, almost functioned as a reminder to constantly hydrate. (3) It just seems poorly designed. You have to take the bladder completely out of the shell to refill it and the hydration tube attaches to the bottom of the bladder instead of the top.

Final Rating 7/10. It is functional but the design could be easily improved and I think the insulation on the tube should be better. Honestly I'm not convinced the insulation is worth it and would probably just buy the bladder so refilling wouldn't be such a pain.
Gearguy2013 at REI on 02/02/2013

This hydration system is awesome. I have used this while snowboarding and skiing as well as on hikes in both the winter and the fall. The quality of the hydration bladder and the insulated covering are a very high quality. The insulated covering gets the job done does not let and water freeze.
When the hydration pack is full it does add a decent amount of weight but when it is used with a quality backpack the weight isn't noticed. The rubber cover of the mouth piece is larger and I could not fit it through the shoulder strap of my backpack easily. To do so I had to detach the hose and feed it into the pack and the reattach it.
All things considered this is a great product and would recommend it to anyone.

bh at Backcountry.com on 02/19/2013

"A Summer or Winter hiking must"

This is a must add to any back pack, forget carrying those expensive and bulky water bottles that can be lost on your hike. This hydration pack will slip inside any back pack waether it is made specificly for a hydration bladder or not, it is stable enough to stand upright in your pack even as the water is consumed it will not collaps at the bottom of your backpack. On hot summer days this insulated pack and hose keeps your water cool and paletable. And in the winter it keeps your water bladder from freezing. And if it ever starts leak, the bladder is easily replacable. I will never carry water bottles again!
Born to Hike at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 06/06/2012

Got this for my kayak

I got this to use on my kayak so I could have some what of a cold drink while out on the water in direct sun light. You can put a bottle of water in the cockpit out of the sun but when using a spray skirt you would need to undo it each time you wanted a drink. It made sence to strap this under the deck bungees. I got this in the winter and have not used it yet but based on other reviews it should do the job just fine.
Brian at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Hydrated and Hygienic

The disgusting thing about working with children and going on daily, urban, land- and water-based adventures is that there are way too many opportunities for the Camelbak straw to be covered in muck. This wrapped bladder prevents all such activity by eliminating a curious cat's ability to simply reach out and rub the mouthpiece. I keep it in my backpack during the week, and also love that it easily attaches to the inside of my PFD for paddleboarding. It's bulky but worth it for my purposes.
MacAttackBySUP at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Sweet!

I love everything about this product, except for the fact that the insulated sleeve slips.
I finally fixed the problem by using a bit of climbing tape to hold it in place around the mouthpiece. Otherwise the small amount of exposed tube would cause the water in that area to freeze in cold conditions/overnight.
The zippered pocket at the bottom of the pouch makes it incredibly easy to detach the hose and remove the bladder.
lalamur at REI on 05/05/2013

Great for keeping drinks cold too.

This is a great product from camelbak. I actually use it in the tropics to keep my drinks cool on extended outings. Fill it with ice and your favourite beverage and it'll keep cold for hours!

Little hook to hang reservoir at the top is very conveniant so it doesn't bunch up. Cap on the bite valve helps keep dirt off when not in use.

Highly recommended!
troppoco at REI on 04/04/2013

Negative Reviews:

Frooooozen pack

I just took this up to eisenhower and pierce 12/1/12. I boiled water from microwave added my tablets at 5:30 am drove 2hrs. started hike at 7:45 am. I would take drinks and then blow the water back into the bladder, by 11:00 am the mouth piece producing ice chunks at about 12:00 pm it froze. In my opinion this is not reliable for outdoor winter use!
jafa at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Neutral Reviews:

no bad, but not perfect either

i bought this for cold weather hiking on extended trips (4+hours). Lets face it, your water is going to freeze if it's cold enough. I can't say that I noticed a significant decrease in freezing time because of this product. It does give a little piece of mind if you insist on using a camelback for cold weather hikes, but I'm ready to ditch mine in winter. This was my last attempt at using a camelback in winter.
I imagine this product would function better in the summer for keeping water cold, but we'll see!
I do like the bite valve cover because it keeps the bite valve clean when you put the pack down. Also the insulator bag is stiff and stands up on it's own, which is great if you are using a pack without a hydration sleeve.
michelle at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013