ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier
ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier

These are the Hydramax hydration carriers that made CamelBak® a household name beloved by hikers everywhere. 

Part of the US Army's Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment II, or MOLLE II, these hydration carriers were part of the Military's move further away from good ol' ALICE. One of the key things to address from the old system was how soldiers carried and consumed water - and ALICE Canteens couldn't carry as much as they'd like soldiers to have. So, CamelBak® had a solution—no need to take the canteens out of pouches, or have an off-kilter weight distribution when you drink through one of your canteens. 3L of water held in a bladder with an extra long insulated straw, and you no longer need to worry about dehydrated troops.

What we have here is the carrier that allows you to sling the bladder over your shoulders, or if you're an apt surplus enjoyer, integrate it with your own MOLLE II or compatible backpack system. It's a great way to carry water with you for short hikes, and it features 3 rows of MOLLE in case you want to add an extra pouch or two on the back for extra space. The hydration carrier also works great on top of plate carriers due to it's low profile straps, and some have Grimlock attachments to attach to molle webbing without using the straps.

Specs

  • Made in the USA by Lions Services Inc.
  • Does not include bladder
  • Comes in UCP (the higher ups really love this one!)
  • Integrates with plate carriers and the MOLLE II system
  • Compatible with military-styled Camelbak® 3L bladders (P/N  90392 and others)
  • 3 Rows of MOLLE webbing for additional pouches
  • Low profile backpack straps with sternum strap and d-ring routing

Condition Guide

Excellent

  • Lightly used and well cared for.
  • Perfectly functional with either minor or no cosmetic blemishes, abrasions, or other signs of use.

Good

  • Gear that's seen normal use, but retains uncompromised utility.
  • Evident cosmetic blemishes, or other signs of use.
  • May exhibit writing and/or markings, including rank, serial numbers, etc.
  • Carrier may be missing sternum strap.

ACU 3L Camelbak® Hydration Carrier

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These are the Hydramax hydration carriers that made CamelBak® a household name beloved by hikers everywhere. 

Part of the US Army's Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment II, or MOLLE II, these hydration carriers were part of the Military's move further away from good ol' ALICE. One of the key things to address from the old system was how soldiers carried and consumed water - and ALICE Canteens couldn't carry as much as they'd like soldiers to have. So, CamelBak® had a solution—no need to take the canteens out of pouches, or have an off-kilter weight distribution when you drink through one of your canteens. 3L of water held in a bladder with an extra long insulated straw, and you no longer need to worry about dehydrated troops.

What we have here is the carrier that allows you to sling the bladder over your shoulders, or if you're an apt surplus enjoyer, integrate it with your own MOLLE II or compatible backpack system. It's a great way to carry water with you for short hikes, and it features 3 rows of MOLLE in case you want to add an extra pouch or two on the back for extra space. The hydration carrier also works great on top of plate carriers due to it's low profile straps, and some have Grimlock attachments to attach to molle webbing without using the straps.

Specs

  • Made in the USA by Lions Services Inc.
  • Does not include bladder
  • Comes in UCP (the higher ups really love this one!)
  • Integrates with plate carriers and the MOLLE II system
  • Compatible with military-styled Camelbak® 3L bladders (P/N  90392 and others)
  • 3 Rows of MOLLE webbing for additional pouches
  • Low profile backpack straps with sternum strap and d-ring routing

Condition Guide

Excellent

  • Lightly used and well cared for.
  • Perfectly functional with either minor or no cosmetic blemishes, abrasions, or other signs of use.

Good

  • Gear that's seen normal use, but retains uncompromised utility.
  • Evident cosmetic blemishes, or other signs of use.
  • May exhibit writing and/or markings, including rank, serial numbers, etc.
  • Carrier may be missing sternum strap.