Hydration is the name of the game – nowadays hardly anyone should leave the house without a reusable water bottle… read more
Snowboarding, skiing, ice climbing, hiking, running or biking in winter: hydration in the cold is just as important as in the summer heat. Here are the important facts and tips about hydration in the cold.
How to manage Hydration in a solo bike-race at the end of the world in Kyrgysztan covering 1,000s of miles and 1,000s of feet of elevation…? Here’s how Markus Stitz did it.
Talking about extreme adventures, sports and racing in particular, there’s always a lot of talk about preparation. But how do… read more
Ashley aka @rainyhikes, a Thru Hiker and inspiring Instagram creator, about her take of our Convertube and hydration on the trail.
Independent testers around the world confirm also in 2018: SOURCE Widepac Hydration Bladders are market leading in terms of technology, materials and handling.
Our outdoor blogger and serial adventurer friends Chris and Antonia elaborate on their hydration-setup in different situations.
Antonia and Christian are serial adventurers, exploring the outdoors by kayak, on foot or climbing for over a decade already…. read more
One of our favorite tricks for hydration in truly scorching heat is the ‘Frozen Widepac’ method: Packing the Widepac in… read more
One of the questions we get most from riders and runners shopping for a light hydration pack: “What can I fit in the Hipster Hydration Belt?”
Wether you go for a backpack or a waist-pack depends on your needs and style – but also what you might be wearing along with it …
Whatever weather you ride in, your gear will save the day or amplify your problems: tips on Hydration and Footwear for Bikepacking.
Forget about mountainbiking, downhilling, enduroing, blazing trails for a second … Here’s a reminder that a bike can also serve as a preferred means of transportation.
Matt Chebatoris, founder of SUPExaminer, wrote recently in his Durabag Pro review: “Source Hydration yields a distinctive technological edge over… read more
At high elevations you just can’t win: the universe is conspiring against you to make you dehydrated!
Family adventurer and blogger John Soltys about kids and hydration on the trail: “Stop telling kids to drink and put them in control. They’ll stay hydrated and you won’t have to carry their water any more!”