These BPA-free bottles won’t leave you thirsty for more this summer.
Whether you’re an outdoor junkie or just like to stay hydrated, this compilation of water bottles are the perfect fit for every personality and offer unique ways to keeping quenched.
For The Runners
Amphipod’s Hydraform Handheld Pocket gives runners the comfort edge with an ergonomic grip and snack storage. This bottle’s 40 percent lower profile allows your hand to relax while you hold it. It’s constructed from polyethylene and the zippered pouch provides enough room for PowerBars, house keys or ID.
Hydraform | $17.95 – $23.95 | available at amphipod.com
For The Fashionable
Award-winning designer Karim Rashid really had something when he developed the bobble because it landed him a 2011 Edison Award for best new product. Aimed at eliminating landfill waste and petroleum usage from bottled water, bobble water bottles are made from recycled polyethylene terephthalate and are 100 percent recyclable. The carbon-based filter removes organic contaminates and can be used up to 300 times before replacement.
Bobble |$12 – $15 | available at American Apparel
For The Eco-Conscious
Water bottles are great for holding water, but become next to useless once they’re empty. That’s where the Platypus SoftBottle comes in handy. These durable, collapsible liquid pouches fold small enough to fit in your pocket, making them perfect for traveling, concerts, and hiking. With a Clean-Taste Guarantee, Platypus ensures you won’t be left with the plastic aftertaste of your bladders from the past. Platypus also caters to your individual drinking style with closure caps, bite valves, and sporty push-pull lids so you can get your water as fast as you need it.
Platypus | $7.95 – $12.95 | available at reuseit.com
For The Philanthropic
MiiR’s customizable stainless steel water bottles offer creativity with moral backbone. As part of their one4one project, $1 from every bottle purchased will supply one person in need with clean water for an entire year. If you’re looking to get more involved, you can track MiiR’s progress of contributions and water projects online at onedayswages.org/miir.
MiiR | $20 – $25 | available at Miir.com