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MSR Trailshot..... interesting....
MSR TrailShot™ Water Filter: Trail Running - YouTube
Love to hear if anyone has tested this out and thoughts. I wouldnt put down my Steripen for it but looks like a neat idea for backup.My experiences are just that... My Experiences.... and should be taken as such. I claim not to be an authority on anything just a guy who loves the outdoors and hopes to share his passion with others who enjoy it also..
I like the idea
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Once my REI dividend comes in I'll try one out. Looks worth a shot.
3 Weeks Ago #4
I ordered a Trailshot and it should be arriving this week. I'll hopefully get a chance to take it out this weekend and I'll update with my initial findings
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3 Weeks Ago #5
Looks good for what it is. Looks like it would work well in an area where a bottle is all you need.
I'd like one for longer, self supported trail runs and mountain bike rides.
I don't know if I'd want to fill a 6l bag with it
Looking forward to some reviews
1 Week Ago #6
Who runs in a skirt?
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1 Week Ago #8
I have one that I have used on a 4 mile hike.. I had a stream next to me up the trail and it was so nice filling up my canteen without pulling extra bags out like I would have to do with the sawyer mini. I would just stick the hose in the water and pump it with my hand and I was good to go... I think I could fill my 32oz canteen in about 45 sec.... for me that is awesome. no more trying to put water in the small mouth sawyer bags just to push it threw the filter.... and it only weighs 5.55 oz... THIS THING IS AWESOME!
1 Week Ago #9
I may try it for 50$ not to bad based on reviews. Always good to have a few ways to sanitize water 5 ounces is easy to justify packing it in.
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1 Week Ago #10
I've used the mini squeeze for years filling my Nalgene bottle. But I am going to give the trailshot a try
1 Week Ago #11
I decided I need one of these. Mainly for long trail runs. My knees are shot after humping too much water on my last 20 miler
1 Week Ago #12
I used my Katydyn be free bottle on hike last weekend. Same design and super easy. Just stop,dip,and squeeze. Too easy