Source Tactical WXP 3-Liter Hydration Reservoir System with Storm Valve, Coyote
by Source Tactical
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Product ID: 766440
High-performance hydration reservoir with wide opening for easy filling, cleaning, draining, and ice insertion; 3-liter capacity (100 ounces)
Taste-free reservoir with maintenance-free Glass Like liner prevents bio-film build-up
Grunge Guard Technology inhibits bacteria growth on the reservoir and drinking tube surfaces
Patented non-bite Storm push-pull valve for straw-like drinking
Drinking tube with Cool Weave cover blocks UV light and insulates; compatible with QMT accessories
A high-performance reservoir for Source Tactical hydration systems, the 3-liter WXP bladder features a wide opening for
easy filling, cleaning, draining, and ice insertion. Source's Glass-Like Film is smoother than standard TPU films with
virtually no difference from glass itself, preventing bio-film build up and making the system virtually self-cleaning.
And the bladder retains a pure liquid taste with no plastic flavor. Utilizing an FDA-approved and EPA-registered
anti-microbial agent, Grunge Guard Technology inhibits bacteria growth on the reservoir and drinking tube surfaces for
the life of the system. The WXP comes with the high-flow Storm valve, a push-pull system that's like drinking from a
straw. The QMT valve tip offers the convenience of disconnecting the valve so the tube can be easily woven through tight
opening. The 90-degree design allows the tube to be shorter, minimizing excess tubing around your chest and creating an
ideal drinking angle. It also comes with a Dirt-Shield protective cover that protects the valve from valve from dirt,
sand, dust, mud, and other pollution. The drinking tube's Cool Weave cover blocks UV light and insulates, keeping your
water cool and inhibiting bacteria growth. Source has been a groundbreaker in hydration system technology and is also
well known for its tactical gear and hiking sandals. Tested in the most extreme conditions, hundreds of thousands of
Source hydration systems are in use in the field.