Guyot Designs Backpacker

Specs

Capacity 32 oz (946 ml)
Weight 12.3 oz (350 g)

Where to Buy

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Manufacturer's Description

Our single wall, stainless steel bottles are great with a Gription, splash-free with a Splashguard. They also work with all standard wide mouth water purifiers and accessories.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Beyond carbon-neutral, this Guyot Designs stainless steel Backpacker drinking bottle is verified carbon-negative - each and every bottle manufactured carries with it 100 pounds of emissions reductions. Happily carry your hydration up the mountain or across the plains in the 32-ounce plastic-free design will.

- Mountain Gear

Guyot Designs single wall stainless steel water bottles are the perfect solution for a more environmentally friendly water bottle | Every bottle produced carries 100 lbs. of verified green house gas emissions reductions - making the bottles not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative | More durable than the Klean Kanteen

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Each stainless steel Guyot water bottle we sell through our website is part of Guyot's C-Minus program. Every bottle we produce carries 100lbs of verified green house gas emissions reductions - making Guyot's bottles not just carbon neutral, but carbon negative! Each bottle comes with it's own specific batch number. Guyot's single wall bottles are great with a Gription, splash-free with a Splashguard. They also work with all standard wide mouth water purifiers and accessories.

- Altrec Outdoors

Guyot Designs Backpacker

MSRP:
$24.95

The Guyot Designs Backpacker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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