Sawyer 64 oz Squeezable Pouch – Set of 2


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SKU: SAW64MI Categories: , Tag:
Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) : 050716001143


Our inspiring overview is coming soon. For now, here is what Sawyer has to say:

Add more water carrying capacity to your Sawyer water filters with these multi-pack replacement pouches, compatible with the Sawyer MINI, Micro, and Squeeze Filters. Available in 16-, 32, and 64-ounce capacities, fill them with water from lakes or rivers or under faucets.

Great for hiking, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, camping, and emergency preparedness, these ultra lightweight pouches can be collapsed and rolled up for easy portability.


Our in-depth features analysis are forthcoming. For now, here is how Sawyer puts it:

  • Durable, lightweight, and collapsible
  • Attaches directly to the Sawyer MINI, Micro, and Squeeze Filters
  • Two 64 oz. pouches
  • Compatible With:
    SP128 /
    SP129 /


Our clear and concise specs will be ready soon. For now, here is how Sawyer puts it:

  • VOLUME: 64 ounce
  • Compatibility: Sawyer squeeze filter
  • Packed Weight: 4 oz
  • Recommended Use: Hiking, backpacking, ultralight backpacking, camping, emergency preparedness


All Sawyer products are backed by warranty against defects in material and manufacturing.

Please see our Warranty page for the details of our warranty process as well as additional information regarding the Sawyer warranty policy.

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Okay for gentle use

...but "gentle" isn't a word I would use to describe bikepacking. The issue I had is that the bag developed a crack along a crease, which was caused by me not-so-gently putting the bag back into my frame bag. I discovered this midway up a 15mi gravel climb in the isolated, low desert of West Texas and am lucky I was hydrated going into the situation. So, my two cents: never rely 100% on them for water storage. Always have a backup. I'll use the remaining, uncracked ones for car camping until they, too, develop cracks, and I'll be opting for another water storage option for bikepacking.