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    Plain ol' nalgene bottle in a tactical tailor nalgene holder.

    More than a liter? Msr dromendary bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybean View Post
    The oldschool USGI style canteens are pretty sweet as you can get them with the little metal cup-thingy so you can heat water and stuff.

    Kids these days...


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    Hard Water Bottle/Canteen And Carriage Options?

    Camelbak chute stainless which from experience with other brands has the only lid thatís easy to drink from and doesnít leak.

    Geigerrig hydration bladder ever since trying the pressurized system Iím spoiled now. Would like to see a similar antibacterial features that the source has though.

    Vapur eclipse foldable water bottle if I need space savings otherwise nalgene.

    Havenít used it but has some nice options
    http://www.ridgeroller.com/product/h...r-storage-bag/


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    Quote Originally Posted by photosniper View Post
    Since I dip my stainless bottle in creeks and such to get water for treating, the outside is contaminated so I don't drink directly from it.
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    On a similar note, a semi stiff pouch (MRE pouches work well) can be carried along and used as a dipper. Learned that was handy the first time I was using a Sawyer squeeze filter in a shallow creek because the dirty water bags are a pain to fill via dunking or dipping due to the small opening.

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    Do you guys know of a water bottle pouch that attaches by any means other that MOLLE? I’m looking for a pouch to attach to the side of my Arcteryx bag and all I can find is MOLLE pouches.

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    ETA: I just realized I read your question incorrectly. However pick any pouch and use the Dynema and make loops, shackles, slings as needed. You can loop through the Molle but attach to whatever your pack has.


    Hydrapack Seeker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ST9cYXItZm4

    That and a hank of Dynema should do it.


    Just make a few loops or buy them
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Evo-loops-8...7v9aPNvXmVpd7w

    That guy will make you any kind of dynema loop, sling, whatever that you want. Just email him. Here is his Youtube channel

    Super easy loop.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV335095AcQ
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    If I am staying near potable water, any (2) 32oz SS vacuum bottle from a good brand, price wins here.

    When I'm out an about near water, 2 32 oz plastic Nalgene, with the Sawyer squeeze filter system and 2 64 oz water collection bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAMBONE View Post
    Do you guys know of a water bottle pouch that attaches by any means other that MOLLE? I’m looking for a pouch to attach to the side of my Arcteryx bag and all I can find is MOLLE pouches.
    https://www.outdoorresearch.com/us/e.../2426960001222

    I have an older Nalgene brand that is functionally the same as that (at about a third of the cost) but their current model indicates having an elastic belt loop because everyone wants 2lbs of water bungee jumping with every step.

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