CamelBak Thermal Control Kit

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CamelBak Thermal Control Kit -
Converts any CamelBak system for better performance in extreme winter and summer conditions with the CamelBak Thermal Control Kit. This kit increases your Camelbak hydration system's freezing resistance in extreme cold temperatures and helps keep water cooler in extreme heat. Thermal Control Kit ncludes a Big Bite Valve mouthpiece, mouthpiece cover, insulated tube cover, and 42'' delivery tube.
Manufacturer model #: 90807.


  • Includes CamelBak Big Bite Valve and Bit Vale Cover to keep the mouthpiece clean, insulated tube and 42-inch delivery tube
  • Improved tube has twice the insulation from Bite Valve™ all the way to the base, with zero exposure to the elements
  • 42" insulated tube prevents freezing or heating of contents

Weather and Wind:

  • Enhances freeze resistance in cold weather. Also helps water stay cooler longer in the summer.


  • Big Bit Valve makes it easy to grab a drink and prevents leaking
  • Antidote™ Thermal Control kit™ helps prevent your water from freezing in winter and helps keep your water cool in summer
  • CamelBak® Got Your Bak Guarantee offers a lifetime, piece of mind guarantee
  • Compatible with CamelBak reservoirs with Quick Link System (Conversion Kit sold separately
  • Esy to click into reservoirs with Quick Link™ System
  • Witer specific Big Bite Valve Cover is glove-friendly and enhances the freeze resistance of the mouth piece
  • Valve cover keeps out dirt and dust when not in use
The CamelBak Thermal Control Kit keeps the hose and bite valve on your CamelBak Antidote Hydration Reservoir from freezing in cold weather or overheating in warm weather.
Kit Includes the Big Bite Valve mouthpiece, a mouthpiece cover, insulated tube cover and 42 inch delivery tube.
Whether you're hiking or biking in hot weather or skiing or snowboarding in cold weather, this insulation system is a must have for your CamelBak hydration reservoir.

Oregon Mountain Community
The CamelBak Antidote Thermal Control Kit converts your CamelBak hydration system into a four season delivery system. Continue to use your hands-free hydration system in the winter and enjoy cooler water in warm summer conditions. A 42-inch thermal tube helps insulate water against extreme temperatures and a quick connect feature allows to quick cleaning.


Upgrade your CamelBak hydration reservoir (sold separately) to handle extreme winter and summer weather with the Antidote™ Thermal Control kit™.



The Camelbak Thermal Control Kit is an excellent way to maintain the temperature of the liquids in your pack even when the weather is extreme. In especially cold conditions the insulation on the tube helps keep the contents from freezing, and in hot conditions it helps to keep the liquid cooler. A bite valve makes it easy to grab a sip, and a cover lets you protect the valve when not in use. (Spring 2014)
The Camelbak Thermal Control Kit means you no longer have to sip on boiling lava during a summer hike, or chomp on ice during ski season. Includes standard Bite Valve mouthpiece, Bite Valve cover, insulated tube cover and 46-inch delivery tube.
The Camelbak Thermal Control Kit is made for extreme weather conditions.
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Dimensions:42" delivery tube
Upc, Ean, Isbn:713852908072
Weight:3.5 ounces
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CamelBak Thermal Control Kit Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great for mountaineering

I bought this insulation to go with my Platypus Big Zip ( I signed up for a mountaineering class and I was worried about the hose freezing when we were hiking up mountains in freezing weather.

This insulation has been great so far. I have never had the hose freeze on a day trip, even when we have been hiking well above the snow line, in cold, rainy, windy, and/or snowy conditions. It did freeze when I left it out in my tent overnight while snow camping, but I suspect this problem could be solved by detaching and emptying the hose and storing in my sleeping bag overnight.
Jaime Marijke at REI on 05/05/2013

Just got back from a week in Montana skiing and snowmobiling and this kept my water drinkable in all conditions. Even on the coldest mornings (low teens) water stayed liquid perfectly. End cap is nice and big so it's really easy to use with even the heaviest mittens or gloves. I have already recommended to a few friends. Get one, you won't be disappointed.

gowp367947 at on 01/25/2013

Love this thing. I was wondering if there was a way to keep my normal CamelBak from freezing up on the mountain. This definitely did the trick. And it's only $20! Worth every penny IMO.

Sam Dudley at on 01/09/2014

Negative Reviews:

Still Ices Up

Went hiking Christmas day, it was 20 degrees at the trail head and the bite valve froze solid within minutes. Not a good thing to happen. Not sure what Camelbak considers the temperture range for this item, but the original tube that comes with the Antidote system is good down to 25-32 degrees. I just assumed the Thermal Unit would be good well below freezing; bad assumption.
Colorado Kevin at REI on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I used it on 2 late season hunting trips. One was 14 days in -20 C northern canada. Other was -5 to -10 also northern canada.
It would freeze almost instantly in the line. I tried blowing the water back into the reservoir after sips and that helped.. but it still froze.. It did help if i filled the reservoir with warm water off the stove. But eventually it would still freeze in the line.
I would say this product is probably rated around 0'Celcius.. But any colder than that and you might as well just bring a water bottle. Which is what i had to do on both trips.

Dog812 at on 12/18/2012