A game changer in daily fitness claims to be born with the launch of Wetsleeve, an innovative and patented lightweight hydration solution worn right on the forearm. It aims to make hydration seamless and effortless. Users can drink from the wrist without breaking their athletic momentum.

Athletes and outdoor enthusiasts no longer have to carry around bottles or wear bulky and impractical hydration packs while on the move. Designed with comfort, ease of use, sustainability, and streamlined mobility in mind, it incorporates a refillable 12oz (350ml) liquid reservoir and is available in three sizes (S,M,L). Wetsleeve is suitable for virtually all sports and activities, including running and cycling, among others.

WetsleeveCrafted from breathable, soft, water resistant materials, Wetsleeve is gentle on the skin. The 3D mesh lining on its underside lets the skin breathe while ensuring an elastic, yet firm and streamlined fit. Wetsleeve also incorporates two built-in pockets perfect for carrying personal belongings like cards, keys or headphones.

After opening Wetsleeve’s zippered pocket on the outside, the easily accessible hydration reservoir is taken out and filled up with water or the hydration drink of choice, before being placed back in the sleeve.

The silicone mouthpiece situated towards the wrist allows the user to hydrate effortlessly from a natural, ergonomic position. Wetsleeve’s built-in insulated lining ensures the liquid inside stays cool during extended use. The reservoir, made from FDA-approved food grade materials was designed to compress after every sip to minimise ‘sloshing’.

“The existing options for hands-free hydration were severely lacking” says co-founder David Herring. “I hated having to carry a water bottle with me. I needed a lightweight and comfortable solution that gave me easy access to the hydration I needed, without weighing me down. With the Wetsleeve, we were able to achieve just that.”

Wetsleeve is available to pre-order exclusively on Kickstarter until August 3rd, with expected first deliveries in October 2017. Please visit the campaign page for more information.

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