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Good Hydrations

Evolution
posted: 05/22/2000

Three great ways to get your H2O on the go.

1 CAMELBAK

If you pack loads for the slopes, the SnoBlast ($85) is your buddy. Heavy-duty straps allow you to increase the pack's volume to accommodate its generous 100-ounce water reservoir, plus extras. Want your MP3 player, too? Pop it in the padded front pocket.camelbak.com

2 INDIGO

The G-Zone ($66) is lightweight and low-profile (read: it's easy to tote on the lift). Quick-access zippers let you grab your water bottle on the go-so you can spend more time skiing. indigoequipment.com

3 BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS

Sister to the unisex Stash pack, the Stash Diva's ($109) shoulder straps are contoured to fit a woman's torso. The hose and bite valve "stash" inside the highly insulated shoulder strap to prevent freezing. www.bcaccess.com

FEBRUARY 2005

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