Hardwearing, versatile, and constructed to last – the MSR Dromedary bag will accompany on all of your off-the-grid expeditions for years to come.
Made from a whopping 1000 denier fabric laminated with food-grade polyurethane, this bag will stand up to freezing and boiling conditions. Extremely transportable thanks to its entirely collapsible construction, and with webbing on the outside edges to make carrying and hanging super easy - this bag won’t let you down when it comes to convenience and ease of use. The low-profile cap also makes it easy to fill your bag, drink from it, and pour water with no trouble.
Add to the versatility of this bag with the compatible accessories, and you can turn this bladder into a hydration kit or shower when you’re off the grid. When it comes to gear that performs at a high level in all kinds of conditions, you can rely on the MSR Dromedary Bag.
Heavy-duty abrasion resistant fabric
Fabric lined with food-grade polyurethane for taste-less water
Can handle freezing or boiling
Perimeter webbing from to make carrying and hanging easy
Does this fit into a 60 lt back pack easy for duke of ed ie he packs tent, sleeping , oven,clothes ,food etc, I just purchased your 3l to take on overnight hikes plus heâ€™ll take 2bottles as the required amount of water is 6l, what do recommend
Roz - Moss Vale(6 years ago)
At risk of sounding like I'm sitting on the fence, I'm not 100% sure one way or the other on this one. It will really depend on the size your son's tent, sleeping bag etc. If you could pack the bag minus the water and measure the space left over, I could probably then work out whether or not the MSR Dromedary 6L Water Storage will fit in the space.
Ben - Snowys(6 years ago)
Disgusting taste1 answer
Would appreciate any hints as to how to get the sickeningly strong plastic taste out of these bags. Bought mine a couple of years ago for kayaking trips n keep for emergency only as the taste is horrid. Feel I have wasted my money as I now carry drinkable water in old wine bladders.
Jan - Shoalhaven Heads(6 years ago)
The typical remedy is to wash the bladder out with some bi-carb and water, but it sounds as though yours may be a little beyond this... Did you buy the bladder from us? I would recommend getting in touch with us, or whoever you bought it from, in regards to this as I would think a taste this unpleasant, that has persisted so long, makes it unfit for purpose. You can call us on 1300 914 007 if necessary.