Ultimate Direction FastDraw Extreme


Weight 4.5 oz / 128 g
Height 5 in / 12.7 cm
Length 8 in / 20.3 cm
Depth 3.5 in / 8.9 cm



I would recommend this bottle for anyone looking a…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $10


I would recommend this bottle for anyone looking a quality 20 ounce bottle that doesn't leak. The removal handheld carrier means you can use it for any outdoor sport in which quick access to water is needed.


  • Keeps liquids at the same temperature
  • Good volume
  • Small pouch for extras


  • Valve/nozzle takes time to get used to

I have used this bottle for both cycling and running on and off trails. In all the times I have used the bottle I have never run out of water while on the go. The neoprene insulation around the bottle kept my hands from getting cold and the water from getting too warm. I have only used the bottle in cooler weather so I am not sure how sweaty your hands may get or if they will in warmer weather.

Since buying the bottle I have been using it almost daily as my water bottle during school. The valve was stiff to work at first but became easier over time and use. The valve was also a little different to learn how to work at first but it was easy to learn it through daily use. This valve does keep water from accidentally spilling out of the bottle even when the valve is in the position to be ready to drink from.

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Ultimate Direction FastDraw Extreme


The Ultimate Direction FastDraw Extreme is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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