How to Hydrate 'Merica Style





If you're a veteran, the only thing you've probably heard more than "shut up and color" is "Hydrate!" It's the siren song of the deployed service member. 


Once home, it seems to be an afterthought, yet it's no less important to keep staying hydrated. I've picked out a couple of water bottles made right here in the good old US of A. These high quality water bottles will probably be the last ones you'll ever need to buy. The Nalgene widemouth even comes with a lifetime warranty.  The Platy roll-up is great for travel or fits nicely in your compact bug-out bag.

Liberty Bottleworks is the only metal bottle manufacturer I know of that makes everything completely in America.The bottles are produced in a renewable manner; the metal is formed in our zero-waste factory and the lining is baked on with a BPA free flexible food-grade coating.


Nalgene's newest leak-proof loop-top swings open wide to reveal a contoured, high-low drinking spout that's easy to fill at the fountain or sink. One-handed push button for easy open/close; locking bail for ultimate insurance against leaks. 



The Platypus DuoLock SoftBottle flexible water bottle featrues a dual-locking cap for double the leak protection and a convenient clip handle.This water bottle is BPA, bps, and Phthalate-free.


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