Polar Bottle Insulated Water Bottle

November 3, 2016 - Comment

Get the thermal properties of an insulated vacuum bottle with the lightweight, flexible features of a plastic bottle with Polar Bottle Insulated Water Bottle. Our 12 oz. size is great to pack in a lunchbox, throw in a purse, carry on a run, for a school or kids water bottle, or to stash in your

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Get the thermal properties of an insulated vacuum bottle with the lightweight, flexible features of a plastic bottle with Polar Bottle Insulated Water Bottle. Our 12 oz. size is great to pack in a lunchbox, throw in a purse, carry on a run, for a school or kids water bottle, or to stash in your bike water bottle cage. Wide mouth accommodates ice cubes and makes it easy to clean. Urethane drinking valve is removable and replaceable. Removable carrying strap offers added convenience. As the first to make insulated BPA-free plastic sports water bottles, Polar Bottle has had over 20 years to perfect keeping liquids stored, clean, and cool for twice as long. Our insulated water bottles have a double-wall construction with a thermal barrier of air to keep heat out and cold in. Foil layers reflect solar rays for additional thermal protection. Polar Bottle water bottles are and always have been 100% BPA-free and phthalate-free. Constructed of durable, lightweight and FDA food grade approved polyethylene. Polar Bottle Insulated Water Bottles are proudly made in the USA to reduce environmental impact and support local economies. We aim to create products that bring positive, long-term benefits to the lives of our customers and the health of our planet. BPA-free and phthalate free, our water bottles come with a lifetime guarantee and are designed to last for years.

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Gene D. says:

A Good, Insulated, Plastic Water Bottle That’s Bound to Keep Your Thirst-Quenching Drinks Cold, Depending on How You Prep It I ordered the 20oz Polar Insulated Water Bottle in red, as I just bought an entry-level MTB and want to do a mix of single-track and road-riding, both long and short-hauls. I needed something to supplement the need for a hydro pak on short runs; and, for an initial purchase, wanted something that would fit on either my seat tube or my down tube. While I haven’t taken it on a ride, yet… it’s still too cold in PA, but Spring is literally only a couple days away… here’s what I’ve found so…

Lynn Ferrell says:

Fabulous water bottle!

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