This month we’re teaming up with Pinkbike for the #pbreaderrides competition.
How does a Bite Valve work? We explain and show you what makes the SOURCE Helix Bite Valve unique.
With many of us living under regulations of social distancing and much of the tourism sector closed down, this summer… read more
New award winning Hydration Packs, new Gobi Sandals and an array of new Bottles – here’s our contribution to your outdoor adventures in summer 2020!
The definite ‘Hiking Sandals vs Hiking Boots Face-Off’. We strongly advise to consider these Pros and Cons when deciding on your new outdoor footwear for Summer 2020!
At SOURCE, we deeply care about our planet. Sustainability is a main goal when it comes to the choice of… read more
The Corona Lockdown has deprived many of us of our weekend adventures in nature, evening hikes and morning runs. But… read more
Debating if to buy a water bottle or a bladder for this year’s outdoor adventures? Here’s the Pros and Cons!
SOURCE just revolutionized the traditional bottle cap: it’s non-thread; it’s leakproof; and it’s fun. Opening and closing our new ClickSeal… read more
A brand new revolutionary bottle-cap, foldable, clickable, double-walled, single-walled, insulated bottles – you’re spoilt for choice!
Hydration is the name of the game – nowadays hardly anyone should leave the house without a reusable water bottle… read more
SOURCE packs win big! Jury verdict: “Comfortable fit, high manufacturing quality and ingenious details” and “No other hip pack addresses the needs of trail riders like the Hipster does.”
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.
Our developers took our 30th anniversary as inspiration to come up with a number of new products in all our… read more
Last weekend, the Israeli Climate Conference was held in Tel Aviv for the fourth consecutive year with SOURCE as one of the main supporters and sponsors.
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.