Water Storage

    Camping Water Storage for True Survivalists

    When you’re trekking long distances in the hot sun, clean drinking water is the top priority. That’s why Echo-Sigma makes sure you have a reliable water storage system. If you’re a hiker, you want a camping water bottle that is easy to carry and well-insulated. Don’t be intimidated by the heavy duty nature of these bottles; they prove their value even if you’re just driving to work.

    2.5 Liter Hydration Bladder
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    18oz Yeti Echo-Sigma Rambler Bottle with Chug Cap
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    Sturdy and Easy to Maintain Water Storage for Camping

    Whether you’re on a one hour hike or a multi-day camping trip, you need to stay hydrated.

    Echo-Sigma’s 18 oz Rambler Bottle keeps your water icy cold with double-wall vacuum insulation. Made with stainless steel, it is sturdy and rust resistant but still dishwasher safe. Our 2.5 Liter Hydration Bladder is easily packed and features hanging slots for mounting and drying.

    To be fully prepared for life without amenities, bring a water filter along with your camping water bottle. With our emergency food and water supplies, you will be prepared for unforeseen circumstances and can camp in peace.

    Be Ready for Anything With Echo-Sigma

    Looking for the best gear and camping water storage to help you survive? Echo-Sigma is your one-stop shop when it comes to emergency preparedness.

    Our family-owned company takes pride in packing every single order by hand and providing superior customer service. Most importantly, we support wounded warriors with every purchase. When you buy from Echo-Sigma, you’re not just getting top-of-the-line gear — you’re also helping those who have sacrificed everything for our country.

    Take advantage of our one-stop shop for all your survival needs today and enjoy free shipping on orders over $300!




    How Much Water Should I Bring Camping?

    When you camp, you won’t just use water for drinking; you’ll need it for washing and cooking as well. It’s recommended to pack two gallons per day. To avoid carrying so much in one camping water bottle, bring a water filter so that you can replenish your camping water storage at bodies of water.


    How Do You Store Water for Camping?

    While you’re camping, bring a sturdy camping water bottle or hydration bladder. Some people carry extra water in plastic bags, but there is a high chance of leaks. If you want gear that occupies minimal space in the offseason, consider a deflatable bladder.


    How Do You Keep Water from Freezing?

    Keep your camping water storage out of the cold air by wrapping it up in layers such as your sleeping bag or blankets. Use an insulated bottle or thermos flask with a wide mouth. Lastly, put a bit of salt or alcohol in the water to lower the freezing point.