Post by tealeyedangel on May 13, 2013 12:48:03 GMT -5
And for the love of god, pay attention to your sweating...If you stop it is not because you are not hot, if you stop sweating it is actually the first sign of heat stroke and you need to seek medical attention right away
Camel Packs seem like the way to go, but doesn't have a backpack on all day just make you sweat that much worse or is a drop in proverbial bucket?
The Camelbak isn't too bad to wear all day... a cold (cool), bladder will actually feel good on your back- and having water so readily available is really worth it. There's no need to get one of those giant ones (the size of an actual backpack)... Mine has a 2 liter bladder, and enough storage room for sunscreen, tp, hand sanitizer, my phone, a small camera, and my keys. All together and filled, it might weigh like 5-8 pounds... perfect for me. I would say nothing more than a "drop in the proverbial bucket."
Post by syrinx32123 on May 13, 2013 16:19:51 GMT -5
Pedialyte + Camelback = Hydration Happiness.
Pedialyte was developed to rehydrate the body after bouts of sickness. I get the the cheap ones from Walmart sture that come in a portable packet. Just tear them open and use pour it into your water. they taste good too
The camelback I use (also use for biking and hiking) is similar to this one.