These wee beasties sit in the mouthpiece of 1 litre Wide Mouth Nalgene bottles leaving just enough space to drink through without water gushing down your face. Invaluable.
The Nalgene Wide Mouth Tritan (0.5L) is an excellent drinking bottle, proven 1000 times with almost cult status. Made from BPA-free Tritan, this lightweight, durable and completely tasteless bottle features a tight-fitting, large closure and loop-top closure. Due to the large drinking opening, it is easy to clean and also dishwasher safe.
Keep your cold water from turning tepid in hot weather, or from freezing in cold weather. The insulated cover fits your Outside Nalgene Wide-Mouth bottle perfectly, as well as other water bottles of a similar size. A zipped lid offers secure storage and a couple of stitched loops provide options for easy carrying or securing to a bag or harness.
The Nalgene narrow mouth Tritan bottle makes for an easy drinking experience. The closure and bottle create a Leak-proof system with no O-rings that can fall out. The bottle is dishwasher safe, just make sure the cap does not hit the heating element because if it does it will melt. All Everyday bottles are made with Eastman Tritan, which means they are super durable and resistant to tastes and odours.
The infamously tough Nalgene 1l bottle has a big brother! Incredibly tough, large volume, and simple, the Nalgene BPA free Tritan bottles are about the most robust, leakproof and reliable plastic drink bottles you can get. This variation is a 1.5L silo which holds plenty of water but is still narrow enough to seat in rucksack side pockets.
The Nalgene Wide Mouth Tritan 1L is a one litre drinks bottle that is exceptionally hardwearing, impact resistant and resistant to staining. This bottle is ideal for extreme expedition work and can withstand temperatures of -135 deg c to 135 deg c.
A one litre drinks bottle that is exceptionally hardwearing, impact resistant and resistant to staining. This is ideal for extreme expedition work and can withstand temperatures of -135 deg c to 135 deg c.
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