SOURCE Product Reviews
I use it with light weight Smart Water bottles and find it easy to drink while on the trail without having to fight your water bottle in and out.
I've been transitioning to smaller backs with lighter gear but still enjoy drinking while I'm hiking without disrupting my stride.
Cons: Expensive. I changed mouthpiece.
I just wish that it's better equipped to work with the UTA Rapid Refill Kit. For now, if I want to refill without switching tubes (i.e., just detaching the mouthpiece) I'll need to buy an additional Source Quick Connect in addition to the UTA Rapid Refill Kit which I already bought. Of course I could still reach into the pack and switch tubes, but that's less optimal.
My suggestion is to sell another version with Quick connects for both tubes.
If you're refilling using a bottle (ideally squeezable) or a running tap, it's fine. But the first time I tried pouring into it using a flask, the inflow was really slow, and would spill out. After some trial and error, I realized that the water pressure needs to be high enough for proper refilling. It worked when I lifted the flask up higher from the valve. But you need really steady hands to avoid spilling.
Apres avoir experimente les deux marques en sandales dans la meme taille. Teva chausse (trop) grand, source chausse court. Donc peut etre choisir 1/2 taille superieure.
Source me parait plus legere au pied. Et son systeme de croisement de sangle plus adapte a la marche et plus confortable.
Je rechoisirais personnelement ce modele.