13 Best Water Bottles

13 Best Water Bottles

The Classic is a no-nonsense, stainless steel bullet with a screw-top lid. Because the steel is totally free of BPA, Klean Kanteen doesn’t coat the inside with epoxy or plastic, and there’s no worry of funky tastes. The large mouth accepts large cubes of ice, citrus slices or other drinking accoutrements. It’s also totally dishwasher safe.
$20; kleankanteen.com

This bottle is a large capacity, dual-walled cycling machine. It’ll keep cold drinks cool for at least twice as long as single-walled bottles, plus it keeps drinks warm on those chillier fall mornings. All parts are top rack dishwasher safe. But the real coup de grace is the innovative self-sealing Jet Valve™ that eliminates splatters and spills, delivering the exact amount of hydration you need without a making a scene.
$14; camelback.com

The Square is a hip, BPA-free plastic and metal hybrid with a large lid and ergonomic lip for drinking easily, if you’re on the move or otherwise. The Square also won’t roll away if dropped, and fits snugly in most standard cup holders. Both ends of the bottle unscrew for easy cleaning.
$44; cleanbottle.com

This smart bottle comes with a functioning silicone exoskeleton that protects its glass body. The flip-top cap provides a narrow mouthpiece for on-the-fly drinking, though it's removable to accommodate fruit slices, ice cubes and the occasional tea bag. There’s also no need to remove the silicone sleeve when you run it through the dishwasher.
$25; lifefactory.com

The self-professed anti-water bottle, the Vapor Eclipse is a collapsible, 3-ply plastic bottle that is exceptional for backcountry exploits. Very packable, ultralight and easy to use, the Vapur approaches reusable bottles from a whole new direction. Dishwasher safe and BPA-free, the Eclipse is the vanguard of efficient, reusable hydration.
$14; vapur.us

Nalgene’s On The Fly water bottle is an upgrade to its popular On The Go. It’s highly impact-resistant and withstands sub-freezing to boiling temps. Made in the USA with Tritan™ poly, it won’t retain odor over time, and is completely BPA-free. Unlike the Nalgenes of yesteryear, it fits in most standard racks.
$13; nalgene.com

Stanley has been making tough bottles and thermoses for 100 years, and the Nineteen13 is a sharp looking, stainless steel homage to its rich history. Its one-handed spout (available in camo green…and that's it) hides a widemouth opening for easy drinking and cleaning, and keeps liquid where it should be. Whether at the beach, the gym or down some rocky trail, the Nineteen13 is a reliable companion.
$19; shopstanley-pmi.com

With a new Active Top closure, the PG is completely leak-proof. The integrated straw allows easy access without having to tilt or lift the bottle to quench your thirst. In addition, it also accept carbonated beverages, thanks to a special pre-ventilation system that slowly reduces container pressure before drinking. And because it’s as wash-friendly as the best, there’s no problem cleaning out any beer that might’ve found its way into your training plans.
$29; mysigg.com

The Straight Up is just that. American-made, it’s the only 100% recycled metal bottle on the market. “Snapping” into place, the twist lock cap lets you know when it’s snugged on. The bottle is certified non-toxic, non-leaching, and comes in 12, 16, 24, and 32-oz sizes. It’s sold in every color of the rainbow to suit almost any taste.
$19; libertybottles.com

The Avex is a double-walled insulating bottle that keeps liquids cold twice as long as regular bottles. It fits in most bike cages, and the spout shield covers and protects the spout when not in use. It’s a cinch to operate with one hand, and the spill-proof valve keeps things civilized.
$13; avexsport.com

One of the most comfortable bottles you’ll ever drink from, the Kor Delta has a simple twist cap and closure that reveals a cylindrical landing bay for your lips. The Tritan™-made bottle also has a cushioned base, ergonomic handle and sophisticated styling that dovetails function with fashion.
$23; korwater.com

Another stainless steel soldier, Liquid Hardware has a unique magnetic “Quick Stick” lid that latches to the bottle while you drink. The Quick Stick zone offers plenty of magnetic real estate, and it’s backed by a lifetime guarantee. The top collar has a thread-less interior for a smoother drinking experience. What's more, the Outrigger doesn't use a nasty plastic liner, and even plays nice with dishwashers.
$24; liquidhardware.com

This water bottle is ideal for adventures in extreme temperatures. Thanks to the double-wall insulation on the Hydro Flask, drinks can stay hot for 12 hours or icy cold for 24 hours. Made with premium grade stainless steel with an exterior matte finish, the bottle does not sweat and is resistant to bacteria and odors. The product has a lifetime warranty and Hydro Flask will send five percent of the proceeds from your purchase to the charity of your choice.
$34.99; hydroflask.com