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Salomon Hydro Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019

3.50
based on 167 reviews


We have checked tens of reviews and found 13 reasons to buy the Hydro - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


76% of the reviewers give the Salomon Hydro a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (59%)
Good (17%)
Average (10%)
Poor (4%)
Bad (7%)





Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Salomon Hydro:

Reviewers like these things about the Salomon Hydro

  • Many reviewers commend the Salomon Hydro water bottle belt for its durable fabric and robust construction.
  • Users recommend the pack as an additional gear for those who are into hiking, running, and climbing.
  • Reviewers pointed out that its extra stash pouch provides easy access to water bottles when on moderate hikes.
  • Testers mentioned that it is comfortable to wear.
  • Other testers praised the belt for its versatile and stable design.
  • Users noted that hydration bottles could be accessed quickly.
  • Several of those who have tried the belt mentioned that they were able to customize its length based on their preference.
  • Many reviewers pointed out that it does not rub against the back when running.
  • Users liked its minimalist design.
  • They also noted that the water bottles do not leak even when used in climbing.
  • Other reviewers said that the product is conveniently lightweight.
  • Several of those who have tried the belt mentioned that it stays in place whenever they run.
  • Other reviewers noted that its pouch could store a smartphone as well as an energy bar.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer noted that the bottle bounces around, hitting the back with every stride.
  • Another reviewer indicated that the strap is a little uncomfortable when worn.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Salomon Hydro models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight0.2-0.5 oz (0.1-0.2 kg)
Length iconLength4-12 in (10-30 cm)
Width4-8 in (10-20 cm)
Height2-9 in (5-23 cm)


The bag is recommended for these activities:

Sport
Hiking
Cycling
Travel
School
Backpacking



Popular Models


Salomon Hydro Handset

90% choose the Salomon Hydro Handset

90 %
Colors and combinations:

Black
Red


Specs
Weight iconWeight0.2 oz (0.1 kg)


Salomon Hydro 45 Belt

10% choose the Salomon Hydro 45 Belt

10 %
Colors and combinations:

Black
Red


Specs
Weight iconWeight0.5 oz (0.2 kg)
Length iconLength12 in (30 cm)
Width8 in (20 cm)
Height9 in (23 cm)




Salomon Hydro handset vs Hydro 45 belt


The two most popular Salomon Hydro models are the Hydro handset and the Hydro 45 belt, so let's compare them:

The Hydro handset
Salomon Hydro Handset

The Hydro 45 belt
Salomon Hydro 45 Belt

Popularity and Prices

In total, 100% of the people interested in the Salomon Hydro bags choose one of these two models. The most popular choice is the Hydro handset which is choosen by 90% (9 times as many as the 10% that choose the Hydro 45 belt).

Hydro handsetHydro 45 belt
Most popular

Weight and dimensions

The weight of the Hydro handset is 0.3 kg (10.6 oz) lower than the weight of the Hydro 45 belt.

Hydro handsetHydro 45 belt
Lightest

Features and Colors

Both models are available in black and red.




Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Salomon Hydro features:
  • Hydration bladder

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.


Rankings


vs Salomon Bags

The Salomon Hydro ranks #8 compared with the other Salomon bags.

6Salomon Agile
3.65
Salomon Agile
7Salomon Skin
3.57
Salomon Skin
8Salomon Hydro
3.50
Salomon Hydro
9Salomon Sense
3.50
Salomon Sense
10Salomon Peak
3.39
Salomon Peak

vs All Bags

The Salomon Hydro ranks #2422 compared with all the bags we have checked.

2420Kipling Tina
3.51
Kipling Tina
2421Salomon Hydro
3.50
Salomon Hydro
2422Pacsafe Travelsafe
3.50
Pacsafe Travelsafe
2423Salomon Sense
3.50
Salomon Sense
2424Badlands Reactor
3.50
Badlands Reactor

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Last updated on May 12, 2019