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Item # SLB000I

Who doesn't need another Nalgene?

Why buy the Skratch Labs Nalgene Bottle over any other Nalgene bottle? First off, you might have forgotten, but you want and need a dedicated Skratch Labs Nalgene, if for nothing else but for taste consistency — can't be gettin' your brands and flavors all mixed up. Secondly, you're not going to find those Skratch Labs logos hanging out on anything else, friends. Available in 16- and 32-ounce sizes.

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16 oz, 32 oz
Recommended Use:
consumption of Skratch Labs

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Perfect for winter

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I love this size bottle for colder weather activities like ski touring etc...I don't drink a ton of water when it's cold and like how this bottle fits easily inside any pack and with the nalgene lid is less likely to freeze shut. Also works great for adult beverages!

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    Bought this to hit that magic $50 free shipping level. But not feeling the magic. Nalgene bottles are pretty standard, but somehow this one manages to fail on one moderately important count: it doesn't list measurements. If anyone actually plans to use this camping, it should have measurements. All the Nalgenes I've ever owned have had useful decals on the outside listing the water level so the user can use it to measure water, mix ingredients, etc. Instead of measurements, this bottle has a nonsensical "eat. drink. play" statement. Please. If I can afford a $15 water bottle its because I eat. drink. work.