Innate Mega Fresco V2

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A sleekly designed yet robust container ideal for all-around use, the Innate Mega Fresco V2 stainless steel water bottle is made with BPA- and phthalate-free materials, making it a great alternative to polycarbonate, PET, or aluminum bottles.. . . Unique lid design allows for easy carrying and clipping onto a pack. New thread pattern allows for easy lid attachment and fits the bottle adaptors of most backcountry water filters. Easy-to-clean, threaded V2 collar is made of #5 food-grade polypropylene to eliminate frozen lips on cold days. Proprietary collar with "lock-in" notch system offers secure attachment of Innate carrying accessories (not included). Made with premium 304, 18/8 food-grade stainless steel. Inner bottle is finished using an electrolytic charge and dolomitic sand blasting-no inner coating lacquers are used. Phthalate- and BPA-free; independently tested to US FDA, California Prop 65, and European Norm Food Container standards. Capacity: 1.2L (40 fl. oz)


Blaze down the Appalachian Trail with the badass Innate Mega Fresco V2 Water Bottle. The unique lid design lets you easily clip this bottle onto your pack. The V2 is also toxic free, since the inner bottle is finished using an electrolytic charge and dolomitic sand blasting. The Mega is also compatible with the bottle adaptors on most backcountry water filters.


Innate Mega Fresco V2

previously retailed for:
$10.77 - $18.50

The Innate Mega Fresco V2 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 23, 2017 at EMS.

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