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  1. #1
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    Interesting New Hydration Pack @ The Clymb

    Basically, it's a pressurized hydration pack bladder. So instead of sucking on a bite valve, it sprays into your mouth. Never seen or heard of it before.

    The bladder is $25, lowest is around $40 elsewhere with retail at $48.
    Whole packs start from $70, with retain being around $130.

    Deal lasts a bit less than 2 more days.

    If you have a Clymb account, you know where to go.

    Otherwise, you can use this referral link: The Clymb | The Gear You Need. Up to 70% Below Retail.
    Yes, it's a referral link. And if you order, I do get rewarded. It's the only way into the site if you don't have an account though. Reps for people that bite

    EDIT: Use this link to give yourself $10 credit, instead of me!
    The Clymb | The Gear You Need. Up to 70% Below Retail.

    SOG knives on sale as well, along with New Balance shoes.
    Last edited by pinkston32; 09-28-2011 at 02:44 PM.

  2. #2
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    May 2007
    Cool, but i just currently bite and blow into my cback. does the same thing. man....that sounds weird when read.

  3. #3
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    hmm thats a pretty cool idea, never seen it before. id be interested in seeing reviews
    Truck bed bike racks-

  4. #4
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    The Clymb | The Gear You Need. Up to 70% Below Retail.
    If you use this link you'll get the $10 credit and I'll get nothing.
    Sorry Pinkston32

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    I already have an account, or I could get that $10 bucks off.

    I skipped the bladder/pack, but ordered 5 SOG knives for myself and Christmas gifts.

    I always forget to check this site...

  6. #6
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    Dang I didn't know about that link. Darn I shoulda signed up there...

    In fact, I think I will now for a different account. Thanks! Repped.

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