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REpack

$45.00

Rated 4.9 out of 5
Based on 80 reviews
A super light, super simple pocket to keep food warm while it rehydrates.
REDUCES WEIGHT AND CAMP TRASH

Have your own cooking assistant at the end of every day!

The REpack Freezer Bag Cook System, like most Hyperlite Mountain Gear products, offers you an opportunity to simplify and lighten your load. Repackaging dehydrated food into freezer bags is a great way to decrease pack weight, the amount of space food packets take up, and the amount of waste they produce. It’s also a chance to modify meals or make your own.

Place the repackaged food bag in the pouch. Add hot water to the meal and take care of other business around camp. REpack serves to keep food warm longer while it rehydrates.

FEATURES

FEATURES

  • Bottom:Semi-Rigid Bottom to Help Stand
  • Construction:3M Thinsulate Insulation
  • Holds:Quart Ziploc Freezer Bag
  • Design:Features Hand Warmer
  • Water Resistant:Yes
  • Compatible With:Vargo Titanium Long-Handle Spoon

SPECS & DIMENSIONS

  • MaterialsDCF11
  • Weight0.09 lbs | 1.4 oz
  • Dimensions5" x 5" x 2" | 12.7 x 12.7 x 5 (cm)

FEATURES

  • Bottom:Semi-Rigid Bottom to Help Stand
  • Construction:3M Thinsulate Insulation
  • Holds:Quart Ziploc Freezer Bag
  • Design:Features Hand Warmer
  • Water Resistant:Yes
  • Compatible With:Vargo Titanium Long-Handle Spoon
average rating 4.9 out of 5
Based on 80 reviews
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Reviewed by LINDA S.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Absolutely perfect design!

Perfect for freezer bag products! Holds heat extremely well

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Reviewed by David M.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Best camp meal!

Used the repack for the first time on a backpacking trip to the Wallowas in eastern Oregon. The result was the best freeze dried camp meal ever! The meal actually fully cooked and was still warm after the cooking period. In addition, not having the freeze dried packages was a benefit for packing and clean up. 10 out of 10!

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Reviewed by Greg B.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Great addition to my UL backpacking kit

Packing freeze dried food in the original containers has been a problem, since many of the places I camp require a bear canister. I can now dump the freeze dried food into a smaller freezer bag saving valuable space in the canister. I simply place the freezer bag with the food in the REpack and add hot water. It's a great solution!

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Reviewed by Ernie
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Rated 5 out of 5

Light, HOT FOOD

I purchased one of these little babies to replace a coozy I had previously made out of an old synthetic sleeping bag. The one I made worked well to keep food hot while dehydrating. Problem was it was a bit bulky and heavy but I put up with that due to the cost to make it...Free.

I finally decided to change over to a real lightweight unit that Hyperlite makes, the REpack. I am so glad I did. It turned out to be super lightweight, extremely packable and it keeps my food HOT, much HOTTER than the puffy one I had made. It is truly an upgrade worth having in your quiver. I really like the way the lid opens and folds over the back and is secured with a lightweight buckle to form a pocket handle to safely hold the REpack. If its cold out, it keeps your non eating hand warm as you dig into your HOT re-hydrated meal. I was amazed at just how this high tech material is so much warmer than even a sleeping bag coozy that is several inches thicker.

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Reviewed by mike y.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Warm food!

Does what it’s intended to do! Highly recommend.

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