Source Rider 3L Low Profile Armor Mounted Hydration System
SKU #: Source-Rider3L
For sanitary reasons, water bottles, canteens, hydration bladders, and hydration tubes are only eligible for return if 100% unopened and in the original packaging. If not returned in that manner, the item will be disposed of and a refund will not be issued.
The Source Rider 3L Low Profile Armor Mounted Hydration System incorporates maximum utilization of our low profile technology greatly reduces the depth of the carrier making it a true low profile system. Rider is SOURCE's premier low profile hydration system, designed specifically for ballistic vest integration yet quickly converts for back carriage or ruck insertion.
*Plate carrier not included.
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By Wayne Farrell
April 28, 2017
Bag is great. Bladder is not.
Bag is very nicely made and fits well on my plate carrier. HOWEVER..., and this may be either LAPG or UPS issue, the tube connector to the bladder was broken on arrival. Regardless of who is at fault, if it can't survive a trip in a padded bag for delivery, then I simply can't trust it to hydrate in a lethal consequence environment. Mouthpiece is also shoddy and can accidentally open when rubbing off webbing. (Do these companies every go out into the desert and roll around in full gear?) Can't fault the bag itself, but swapped out the bladder for a Camelbak 3L mil-spec unit as it has a more reliable lever-controlled shout-off mouthpiece and is easier all round to fill and drink from etc.
ProsNice outer bag with good MOLLE connection ability.
ConsBladder and tube too weak for lethal consequence environment. Mouthpiece shoddy and needs a more reliable shut-off system.
2 Questions & 2 Answers
from Norfolk, VA asked:
March 12, 2016
If you put a patch on the Velcro does it cover both rows of Velcro?
That depends on the size of patch you are putting on there.
on March 25, 2016
from Calif City, CA asked:
March 14, 2015
Does this carrier come with a bladder?
yes this item does include the bladder.
on March 18, 2015
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