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Incognito Flexible Flask

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Convenient, light, flexible, and covert way to carry drinks into the backcountry. Recommended for those looking for a way to bring adult beverages into the woods. I have used Vapur bottles in the past and enjoyed the opportunity to test a version of the bottles designed for adult beverages. Features I received two different Vapur bottles to test. One was the Vintage Flexible Wine Carrier and the other was this Incognito Flexible Flask. My review of the Flexible Wine Carrier can be found by clicking… Full review

Vintage Flexible Wine Carrier

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Convenient, light, and flexible way to carry drinks into the backcountry. Recommended for anyone looking to bring some of the comforts of home into the woods. I have used Vapur bottles in the past and enjoyed the opportunity to test a version of the bottles designed for adult beverages. Features: I received two different Vapur bottles to test. One was this Vintage Flexible Wine Carrier and the other was the Incognito Flexible Flask. Both bottles came with a bottle pourer to help transfer wine… Full review

Shades

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Between my girls and me, we have six of these soft bottles. The concept is pretty nice and they pack up small. We usually bring them along in our backpacks empty and rolled up and only use them when our campsite is away from water and we need extra stored water. The attached clip is nice for hanging and the lid has yet to leak on any of us. We bought both the .5L and the .7L versions of these bottles to take along on backpacking trips where we were unsure of water sources. The idea is we can carry… Full review

MicroFilter

rated 4 of 5 stars So light and easy! ...but best for solos. 34oz. This little filter can't be beat for its weight, ease, effectiveness, and overall value. Weighing only 1.4 oz and costing me ~$14, this was the clear choice for a long distance solo backpacking trip.  It can filter up to 500 liters. I put some brown gunky water in it, and it magically came out clear and sweet from the mouthpiece.  The only problems I foresee are: not good for large groups because you must squeeze water -fairly slowly-  through the… Full review

Element

rated 4 of 5 stars Collapsable water bottle that does not taint the taste. Kind of a niche product, but it's cool for carrying when a regular water bottle would be too large and bulky. Or you want to shrink it down when used, like carrying wine into the backcountry. I like to stuff in my pocket when skiing (can hold other liquids as well!) and much nicer if you fall and jam it into your ribs than a hard bottle. I am on my second one as the first leaked, but it was a free over the counter exchange and the second one… Full review

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Vapur makes reusable Anti-Bottle in the United States. The water bottles are designed to stand when full and can be rolled, folded, or flattened when empty.

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