Five important do’s and don’ts to keep in mind when using snow and ice as a source of hydration.
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.
Rootstock Racing pushing to the limit with SOURCE Hydration Systems in heat and snow.
Put on gloves, a hat, boots and hit play.
It looks like one of those “Things to do Before You Die”: We had a talk with Canyoning professional Laurent Poublan about Ice Canyoning.
What’s your favorite hydration mouthpiece and drinking valve? – It may sound like a technical question but it’s way more than that. It’s personal.
Gili and Eric took their Source Spinners for a walk with snowshoes in fresh powder, testing hydration at temperatures around freezing point. Sounds like a lot of fun! Check out the report.
When spring comes around do you ever find yourself trying to squeeze back in to last year’s shorts? I know I do. During winter, many people tend to prefer to snuggle under a warm blanket in front of the TV, instead of heading to the gym.
Adequate body hydration is important every day of the year. We need water to keep our body pliable and functioning. It also flushes out the toxic waste accumulated from food and our normal chemical reactions.