My fiancé regularly complains that I gulp my water. Apparently, I wait until I’m super thirsty, and then I glug glug glug about three cups in one go.
I hate to admit this, but he’s right. It hasn’t always been this way; I used to carry a water bottle religiously, but somehow I’ve gotten out of the habit. And this, my friends, is a shame, especially when there are as many cool ones available as there are now!
At this point, you’ve been reading the blog long enough to know all about water’s numerous benefits; improved skin, better sleep, better recovery from sickness, stronger immune system, improved energy levels; so you don’t need me to tell you the why. Instead here’s the how, a few of our favourite insulated water bottles. And don’t worry, whether you like it hot or ice cold, there’s an insulated water bottle out there for you.
The average vacuum insulated bottle will keep your ice water iced for around 12-18 hours. The Klean Kanteen can do it for up to 50. If you’re going camping for a couple of days or plan on being out in the sun all day – this is your bottle. Insulation is not a joke.
MiiR bottles are great because they keep your water hot or cold, and they’ll fit in the average backpack or tote bag. Thirsty doesn’t have to be your thing. They look pretty great too.
Stainless Steel Leak Proof Sports Water Bottle
Scratch resistant, insulated, aesthetically pleasing, and this will keep your water cold all day long.
What we love about Yeti’s is the durability. These things were literally made for hikes and camping trips, and won’t crack, fade, or peel. They’ll also handle hot beverages as well as cold, so if you want a cup of tea, they’re the perfect way to transport it.
If you’re looking for something a slightly lower price-point than the hydro flask, go for this. While it might not be as outwardly durable than the pricier alternative, it will still keep your water cold, and that’s all that matters.
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