Love the multi-lid opening!
Summary : The ultra-strong 18/8 stainless steel outer stands up to pretty much anything you can throw at it.
If the camping world has one thing covered in terms of selection, it’s systems for storing water. Walk down the camping aisle at your favorite outdoor retailer or browse online stores and you’ll be flooded with these things.
When I come across a good one that stands out from the seemingly endless options, I get really excited. What can I say, I’m a camping nerd. Enter the EcoVessel Boulder Insulated Water Bottle. From a day at the lake to a weekend camping excursion, I’ve put it through its paces. Here’s what I found:
Functionality: The BEST feature of the EcoVessel Boulder Insulated Water Bottle is the removable strainer. You can literally make tea with this thing, flavor your water with fruit, and filter your cold drinks through ice for the ultimate in summer refreshment. The threads on the caps are larger than previous versions making it incredibly easy to clean. The size of the EcoVessel Boulder is perfect for storing in a cupholder or in your bike’s water bottle holder. I also love the multi-lid opening. Use the larger lid for filling and the smaller for drinking!
Appearance: I love being able to dual-purpose my camping gear for other activities. This bottle not only looks great with the powder coated stainless steel outer, the size allows me to use it from the office to the backwoods without slowing me down. By the naked eye it appears to be extremely well made and durable. Based on every situation we’ve put this water bottle in, it not only looks good, it performs!
Durability: The ultra-strong 18/8 stainless steel outer stands up to pretty much anything you can throw at it. The TriMax Triple Insulation (stainless steel inner, copper middle, vacuum center) creates the ultimate system for durability and insulation.
Value: At $26.95, you are getting an extremely good water bottle. Still not convinced? I’ll bring it home with EcoVessel’s Lifetime Warranty. Do yourself a favor and check it out for yourself!