10 Simple Steps to Stay Healthy While Traveling February 05 2020, 53 Comments

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Credits: Air Asia. Image taken from this page .

Pelari Denai featuring Bagstra! Episode 2 June 04 2018, 14 Comments

This is Episode 2 and yeap!, we are featured by Pelari Denai!!! Thanks again for making such a cool video production and for the efforts in spreading the word out ... We do appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts! To find out on more outdoor tips, news, latest happenings and activities, click here https://www.facebook.com/pelaridenai/ . Don't forget to LIKE and FOLLOW them!!


Pelari Denai featuring Bagstra! Episode 1 June 03 2018, 7 Comments

We are featured in Pelari Denai!!! Thanks for your cool video production and for the efforts in spreading the word out ... We do appreciate it from the bottom of our hearts! To find out on more outdoor tips, news, latest happenings and activities, click here https://www.facebook.com/pelaridenai/ . Don't forget to LIKE and FOLLOW them!



Tips for Packing/Travelling Lightly November 04 2014, 22 Comments

Knowing how to travel light will make your adventure easier and less stressful, so all you have to think about is making the most of your trip.

Here are a few tips to help you get started.
1. Save on space by taking compactable accessories (like a mini-umbrella or packable rain ponchos).
2. Use packing cells to save space and organise your packing.
3. Travel with confidence: research your airline for hand-luggage limitations and security restrictions before you go, and pack well within bounds so you can travel without stress and worry.
4. Take one pair of shoes that you can use for a range of activities and fill them with your smaller clothes/socks.
5. Use reusable travel bottles (like our Boarding Bag) or eliminate items which can be bought during your travels (shampoo, moisturiser, etc.).
6. Only take one bag: backpacks, wheeled trolley bags, or our Hybrid Trolley (a wheeled trolley bag that easily converts into a backpack) are easy to manage and come in a range of weights and volumes suitable for any adventure.
7. Or, take only a carry-on bag - choose between a back pack, trolley bag with wheels, or a hybrid between the two for the best of both worlds.

Hydration Pack Maintenance October 24 2013, 22 Comments


We recommend wiping your pack with a damp cloth to remove dirt. If the pack is extremely dirty and needs a deeper cleaning, soak it in cool or warm water with a very mild soap. Rinse the pack thoroughly with cool water. If soap residue remains in the fabric, it may create suds if exposed to water or sweat.

DO NOT wash your pack in a washing machine. Machine washing may damage the pack or affect the integrity of the fabric and fasteners, and will void your bag's warranty.


The best way to care for your reservoir is to clean and dry it after every use, especially if you fill the reservoir with anything other than water. However, if a reservoir has not been cleaned after every use, and mold or discoloration develops:

1. Use hot water and a CamelBak Cleaning Tablet. (Or use 2 tablespoons of baking soda or bleach instead of CamelBak Cleaning Tab.) Mix the solution inside your reservoir and elevate the reservoir above the tube and Big Bite Valve. Pinch the bite valve, allowing the solution to flow into the drink tube and fill the bite valve.

2. Let the reservoir and cleaning solution sit in the reservoir and drink tube for about 30 minutes.

3. Wash the reservoir with hot water and mild soap. Be sure to completely rinse away the cleaning solution in the reservoir and drink tube before using again. You can also use CamelBak brushes from our Cleaning Kit to scrub your reservoir and drink tube. Brushes are the best way to ensure you are scrubbing all of the areas of the reservoir clean.

4. Once the reservoir is clean, be sure to air dry overnight so no moisture is trapped inside, which can cause mold to grow.

These steps will make your reservoir safe for use. If there are still spots left behind, these are permanent mold stains that may not be removable. However, your reservoir is still safe and usable after you’ve cleaned it.