The Hydro Sleeve is the perfect solution for carrying water bladders inside your Stone Glacier pack. It is large enough for any 3-liter bladder system. The Hydro Sleeve mounts on the sewn in 3/4" black trislides on the inside back-panel of all Stone Glacier bags. The hydration hose can be run through the right or left side of the Hydration Port at the top of all Stone Glacier packs. Hydro Sleeves also work great for packing food, clothing, or other loose gear.
Weight - 1.7 oz.
Compatible with all Stone Glacier Bags
350 Cubic Inches
Dimensions: 16" x 8" x 3" (Height x Width x Depth)
Very lightweight option to carry a bladder. It detaches easily, making it a convenient food bag to hang from a tree. I use a carabiner to keep my bladder from sliding to the bottom of the sleeve. Even if I end up getting the Hydo Lid, this sleeve would stay with my pack because it’s lightweight and can easily be repurposed.
Recently went on a 7 day trek and sleeve worked as instructed but most the time I just leave the bladder on top of the gear inside the pack. When the pack is load d up it is hard to slide the bladder in/out of the pack to refill.
I love all of your products! Durable and reliable for any hunter! The only reason the hydro sleeve does not get a 5 star is because there should be in my opinion a hole to run the hose through either in the top front or top back. I’ve read other reviews about not getting the last liter of water I’ve never experienced this issue but I always fill up at every source of water I can.
Crazy light weigh and I like how it attaches into the back of the packs. I do wish it had a hanger inside the sleeve for my bladder to hang on, right now it just bunches up in the bottom of the sleeve. I’d still buy it again since there’s no other way to hang a bladder in the packs as they come
I do like how the hydro sleeve fits into and hangs in my pack. It’s versitile as I can use to to carry other items besides a hydration bladder. However, I wish it came with a loop to hang the camelback bladder from. Just putting the bladder in the sleeve without hanging it allows it to droop as water gets consumed. The droop eventually causes problems with either kinking the drink tube or pinching the bladder in a way where I can’t get the last liter out. I usually use a three liter camelback bladder. I sewed a loop into of small diameter cord into the top of the hydro sleeve and now hang the bladder inside the sleeve. I no longer have any problems getting the last third or so of water from the bladder. Maybe SG could add this feature into future designs?
Fabric is of good quality, stitching feels solid under the weight of a 3 litre bladder, hangs well in my R3 5900 pack. Great simple product for an easy solution to having a hydration bladder in your pack. Could do with a suspension strap on the inside to hang bladder but no cause for concern, works as intended