Some people carry their water bottles in their clothes during activities. Others clip them to their waists. The Wetsleeve thinks you’ll have an easier time if you to keep it on your forearm instead.
A wearable hydration gear, it consists of a sleeve with a zippered compartment where you can place an accompanying water reservoir. To take a sip, just bring your forearm up and put your mouth to the integrated mouthpiece, allowing you to get hydrated without having to stop engaging in whatever activity you’re doing.
Whether you’re riding a bicycle, running through a mountain trail, or climbing up a crag, the Wetsleeve will let you take a refreshing sip with nearly the same convince as having a hydration bladder on your backpack. Except, you know, without having to strap a heavy load around your shoulders. It has a sleeve cut in a breathable fabric to ensure comfortable wear, with the water reservoir cut in FDA-approved food-grade materials. The water reservoir can hold up to 12-ounces of refreshments, with a roll top closure that secures using a Velcro strip, ensuring you’ll have an easy time refilling from any available water source.
Features include an internal 3D mesh lining on the sleeve for breathability, an insulated hydration compartment, two built-in pockets for small items, and a replaceable silicone mouthpiece. It comes in three sizes: small, medium, and large.
A Kickstarter campaign is currently running for the Wetsleeve. You can reserve a unit for pledges starting at $39.