Source is excited to announce that Ranger Joe’s is now a stocking Source Hydration dealer. With its flagship retail store adjacent to Ft. Benning (home of the US Army Rangers…
Cass Chinn of MilitaryMorons.com prepared this detailed informative write-up of our Rider, Dagger and Razor Hydration Carriers.
Source Hydration seems to be leading the competition in introducing new reservoir shapes, sizes and configurations to meet the needs of the warfighter…
MilSpecMonkey.com has posted videos of Source at the 2012 SHOT Show. Watch Matt Fisher present our new products and technology…
SOURCE will be exhibiting at the 2012 SHOT Show in booth #5022 on Level 1 in the Law Enforcement and Tactical Products area.
“The system is rock solid which I’ve come to expect from Israeli companies and source is no exception. Very well made and I recommend the purchase if you need a new hydration system.”
Introducing: Source’s RIDER. The new innovative RIDER carrier is the hydration system solution for the warfighter’s everyday needs.
For those that don’t know the GORUCK Challenge, it is a team event inspired by the most elite training offered to Special Forces soldiers and led by Green Berets.
Military.com’s ‘Kit Up’ online gear blog just did an article on the Eagle Industries Yote pack, which uses the Source 3L WXP reservoir.
Be sure to watch for Source’s USMC Tactical 3L Hydration System in the upcoming Columbia Pictures “Battle: Los Angeles” film due to be released on March 11th in the United States. This exciting science fiction film features Aaron Eckhart as Marine Staff Sergeant Michael Nantz who leads a platoon of US Marines in battle against a force of aliens who are intent on destroying all mankind from the face of the Earth.
It is always satisfying to hear or read that we are getting it right. In a thorough independent test of 8 hydration systems, the SOURCE WXP Helix Valve came out the winner, being described as ‘almost perfect when it comes to battlefield hydration’.
Source to launch Army tested Max CBRN hydration system Tirat Carmel, Israel January 17- Following a rigorous multiyear testing program conducted by the U.S. Army, Source’s Max CBRN hydration system was found to meet the U.S. Army’s CBRN hydration protection requirement.