As they say, “Necessity is the mother of invention.”
In this case the problems are familiar to us all.
Problem #1: Drinking from a polyurethane bladder tastes just plain nasty.
Problem #2: Cleaning said contraption is difficult and can still result in mold growing in the nooks and crannies.
If you’ve ever poured a sports drink into a bladder to try to hide the plastic taste, you’ll love Jetflow. If you’ve fashioned an elaborate set of homemade cleaning brushes and drying racks, you’ll appreciate the fact that the entire Jetflow hydration system is dishwasher safe.
Our super-active crew asked the simple question. Why isn’t there a better way to stay hydrated? After all, to quote Lloyd Christmas, the well-known intellectual, “We’ve landed on the moon!’’ Improving hydration seems simple in comparison, right?
As a company of real outdoor enthusiasts we bike, hike, run, climb, and camp all the time. For us, Jetflow is about improving hydration as we use it. We are not about selling a widget to make a buck. Hydration is our passion.
Jetflow actually started as an unimaginative heap of bits that worked better than it should have. From there, it evolved quickly into a system featuring elegantly machined components—and people love it. Next it leapt to the lightweight slick bullet you see today. The science behind the airflow is really the masterpiece that gives us the right to snobbishly quote Leonardo da Vinci, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
Jetflow is Hydration Evolved.
If you are disgusted by the taste of a plastic bladder, the ridiculous cleaning, that brown thing growing in the hard to reach corner, the leaks, and the high expense of replacement, then you already know everything about us.
Check out the Jetflow line of hydration packs, components, and reusable bottles.