It’s hard to argue with this one: a pack bag is a pretty bad idea.
While it’s true that you can get hydration in a pack, it’s really just a pack that can be stuffed with your favourite snacks or beverages.
There’s no point in taking a pack to the water cooler and making sure it doesn’t break or even leak.
It’s the same thing with sleeping bags.
A bag should be just as secure as a sleeping pad.
If it’s a little less secure, it’ll be difficult to move around your bed and your bags will fall out.
We don’t think you need to pack a pack full of hydration if you’re already sleeping comfortably, as long as you don’t need to bring any extra supplies or need to spend extra time to get them.
Packing hydration should be something that you’re comfortable with.
If you’re using a hydration kit, be prepared to carry a bag full of extra hydration.
You can even use it as a nightstand and hang it in your room.
You won’t need a pack.
You could even put it in the back of your car, if you have to take it somewhere.
If not, there’s a pack for that.
Here are some of the most common problems with hydration bags: The bag doesn’t fit.
The bag has too much padding.
There’s too much of it.
The hydration isn’t good enough.
You’ve never had a pack with this much padding before.
You’re not going to be able to sleep with it, and you’ll feel cramped in it.
You might even have to put your hands in it, which will make you feel weird.
You might even need to put the bag on your back.
Some of these issues are very common, and we’re not sure why you would need to carry more than a couple of hydrations.
If there’s nothing to pack in the bag, why not just pack a sleeping bag or two and get used to the extra weight.
If you don, the bag might even break in the first few weeks.
If that’s the case, we’d recommend buying some extra hydrating pads or a pillow for your pack, or making a makeshift pack.