Blog — Vecto
Before the 3L Vecto was available to the public, Nick Ferry was invited to give it a try. He rigged up two innovative methods of using the 3L Vecto during his two testing trips. One was to turn his 3L Vecto into a shower, the other was to use a trowel to guide water from a very low stream into the wide-mouth opening. Nick's impressions I took the 3L Vecto on two backpacking trips, totaling 15 days. My first impression was how durable the Vecto is. There was a stretch of the trail where I wasn't sure there would be water, so I filled up the Vecto and shoved it in...
You asked for it! Our 3L Vecto is here as of August. A few lucky Cnoc gear fans got to test the product out. Here's a guest post from Angela Roberts about her experience with the 3L version while thru-hiking the PCT with her husband. Keep up with their travels on their blog. Water in the desert is a precious element. It’s also rare to come by and does not often come through rushing streams or rivers— which is why my husband and I have chosen to use Cnoc products to make our thru-hike easier. We carry two water bottles each and throughout the desert...
Gio started on the Appalachian Trail in Maine pretty recently, summiting Mt. Katahdin on June 5th. He might be having the most fun on the trail, with one-person trailside dance parties, as seen in his Instagram stories. We appreciate Gio taking the time to answer some questions for us.
TL;DR: We have a batch of Vectos that have the same amazing durability as earlier Vectos, but only fit the HydroBlu filters. We're selling these in a great bundle with the Versa Flow filter for $45. If you haven't noticed yet, we are out of Vectos and that is because our factory in China made a slight mistake. In the process of trying to make the Vecto thread spout stiffer, the injection engineer forgot to calculate shrinkage due to cooling. But, if all this means nothing to you, here is a bit of background: When looking into making the Vecto, we chose...