Competitive or not, anyone appreciates a good bottle.
Ever wonder about the significance of the three-dot logo that banners our hallowed halls? Each of the dots represents one of the three original founders of CC back in Little Rock, Ark. — Brendan Quirk, Craig Zediker, and Hap Seliga — three gentleman who not only work hard, but still ride hard, day in and day out, living and breathing the sport and their company's name.
Oh yeah, the water bottle: The 22-ounce Purist Competitive Cyclist Water Bottle is called the Purist, and it's USA-made using a low-density polymer that makes it freezer-friendly and enhances grip. The interior of the bottle, after being molded, gets a 5-nanometer-thick application of silicon dioxide, an inert compound that not only prevents plastic from slowly leeching into the bottle over time, even after washes, but also eliminates that funky water bottle taste we all dread. It's like a pure glass cup in the form of a rough-and-tumble water bottle that happens to look great with those dots on it, too.
- 22-ounce capacity
- Low-density polymer is freezer-friendly
- 5-nanometer-thick silicone dioxide treatment inside bottle
- Made in the USA