Dakine Lumbar Replacement Reservoir 2L
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Lumbar Replacement Reservoir 2L

Mountain Bike Hydration - 10000577
4.9 star rating 7 Reviews

Lumbar Replacement Reservoir 2L

Regular price $38.00 Sale

Color | Assorted

A 2-liter lumbar reservoir for your hydration pack.

Update or replace your lumbar reservoir. This 2-liter lumbar reservoir is just like the one that comes in our mountain bike hydration packs. The 70-ounce design includes a wide mouth for easy filling and a high-flow valve for efficient drinking.

  • 70 ounces [ 2L ]

If your Dakine bag gets dirty, we recommend hand washing with mild soap (like Nikwax Tech Wash), cold water and a soft bristle brush. If hand washing is not going to do the trick, use a front loader washing machine. To ensure your backpack doesn't get tangled, place inside a pillowcase or mesh bag before washing. Always use cold water, mild soap and run on a gentle cycle. Never bleach your pack. Hang to dry in a warm but shady place, ensuring both inside and out are dry before storing.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Dakine x Hydrapak design
  • Low profile Shape-Loc center baffle
  • Plug-N-Play quick tube connector
  • Wide mouth opening allows for easy fill & cleaning
  • High-flow Blaster valve w/ shut-off
  • BPA and PVC free, FDA approved Polyurethane(TPU)material
  • Lifetime warranty

Tested & Trusted

Garrett H.
4 star rating
Compact, easy, fast
Review by Garrett H. on 3 Aug 2018 review stating Compact, easy, fast
The only thing that could make this better is the bite valve. It doesn’t flow as easily as other brand valves I’ve used. But bite valves are interchangeable
Will G.
5 star rating
simple phone call and e-mail
Review by Will G. on 24 Jul 2018 review stating simple phone call and e-mail
Could not of made it easier on my part. Very satisfied
5 star rating
2L lumbar reservoir replacement..
Review by Teene on 18 Apr 2018 review stating 2L lumbar reservoir replacement..
Sturdy hydration bladders... i need multiple bladders to paddle across Molokai and Pailolo channels!