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Created by DaveL1963 6 months ago, 18 Dec 2018
DaveL1963
NSW, 14 posts
18 Dec 2018 4:13PM
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Looking for up to date information on this topic. The last discussion on this topic was between 2014-2016. I have tried to purchase a camelbak molokai online as this design looked like it would best suit my needs. However, all efforts have resulted in "no longer in stock", or "no longer supplied" scenario. What has evolved over the last few years to replace this piece of equipment. More interested in the on the back version than lumbar version. Would like a bladder capable of holding 2 litres and room for phone and car keys.
Thanks for your input.

DaveSandan
VIC, 813 posts
18 Dec 2018 4:38PM
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Go to Anaconda they have heaps of options and I have been using mine for 2 yrs now with no dramas!

Chris_M
1763 posts
18 Dec 2018 5:43PM
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Apres SUP shandys at the lakehouse with all the usual guys off grindr

quikdrawMcgraw
1128 posts
19 Dec 2018 12:52PM
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Water

Nozza
VIC, 2069 posts
19 Dec 2018 8:23PM
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Beer

Bighugg
NT, 216 posts
20 Dec 2018 3:42PM
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Is there anything Hydration and PFD combined recommendation for distance and/or sup surfing.

quikdrawMcgraw
1128 posts
22 Dec 2018 3:30PM
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Water

DaveSandan
VIC, 813 posts
22 Dec 2018 5:35PM
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Bighugg said..
Is there anything Hydration and PFD combined recommendation for distance and/or sup surfing.


Camelbak make a waist one.

Foam
WA, 700 posts
23 Dec 2018 6:41PM
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Interesting to revisit this topic, I agree very little had evolved in respect to vests etc for hydration
As we use inflatable life waist belts it's a bit awkward to wear a waist bottle holder.
This brings the question which hydration vest is best for sup racing or distance paddling I. E camelbak

DaveL1963
NSW, 14 posts
24 Dec 2018 1:45PM
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Foam said..
Interesting to revisit this topic, I agree very little had evolved in respect to vests etc for hydration
As we use inflatable life waist belts it's a bit awkward to wear a waist bottle holder.
This brings the question which hydration vest is best for sup racing or distance paddling I. E camelbak


Good to see the topic back on track. Still looking for a back option that can hold a 2 litre bladder and room for phone and car keys. Looking for something tried and tested that is comfortable whilst paddling. Have owned several camelbaks (mule and hawg) that I use for mountain biking, but too bulky for the sup.
Does anyone know why the camelbak molokai appears to be discontinued?
Thanks.

DaveL1963
NSW, 14 posts
24 Dec 2018 2:08PM
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It appears the camelbak tahoe is no longer available either. Have camelbak given up on hydration packs for sup's, or have they introduced a replacement for the molokai and the tahoe?

magillamelb
VIC, 616 posts
27 May 2019 1:05PM
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Bighugg said..
Is there anything Hydration and PFD combined recommendation for distance and/or sup surfing.


Vaikobi PFD and a no-name bladder from Anaconda. Works a treat!

blueplanetsurf
200 posts
27 May 2019 1:52PM
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You will find a lengthy discussion here: www.standupzone.com/forum/index.php/topic,30147.0.html



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