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Coleman Hydration Pack

I've been looking for a new Hydration Pack, and I've found this Coleman 3.4L:

http://www.alloutdoorandmore.com/Col...2000001762.htm

Does anyone have one/can tell me if it's a good product?
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I have two packs, a Camelbak and a High Sierra. The Camelbak is not without its charm, but it's incapable of carrying little more than the bladder. I've started using it to carry beer on day trips to the city park. The High Sierra is great - 2 litre bladder and ten litres of space. Great day pack. Here's a photo of it (except mine is black). Also, the nozzle doesn't hang loose as shown in the photo. There's an attachment for it on the strap.

Regarding Coleman, I've never had one of their hydration packs, but everything I've ever had made by Coleman was a topshelf product.
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i'd say that the coleman is going to be small if you ever plan on fitting anything more than a bladder in there and if you want to have a larger bladder then it might be a tight fit. I had a high sierra too. I loved it too death (blew a zipper on it). Camel back is good, i have a north face one now that is sturdy and has a bit more room.
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