What does the top look like? Will a straw fit?
Whetstone Fliptop 25-ounce Blue Water Bottle (Pack of 2)
Save yourself and the environment with this reusable eco-friendly reusable Whetstone Stainless Steel Water Bottle. Protect your body from the harmful effects of plastic leaching into your drinking water with this durable stainless steel water bottle.
ITEM#: 14755424Save yourself and the environment with this reusable eco-friendly reusable Whetstone Stainless Steel Water Bottle. Protect your body from the harmful effects of plastic leaching into your drinking water with this durable stainless steel water bottle. This water bottle will not only benefit your health, but also the environment and your wallet. Since this water bottle is constructed of resilient stainless steel it is reusable so you can fill it at home or on the go rather than buying a single serving plastic water bottle that may end up in a land fill. This excellent water bottle has a sturdy tight sealing spring loaded flip top with a carabineer that securely and conveniently clips on to nearly anything for easy transport. Thanks to these stainless steel sports bottles it’s never been easier or more affordable to go green.
- Eco-friendly reusable food safe stainless steel water bottle
- Surface has no pores or cracks to hold bacteria
- Easy open spring loaded fliptop lid
- Carabineer clip
- 750ml (25-ounce) capacity
- Hand wash recommended
- Dimensions: 9.62 inches high x 2.75 inches wide x 2.75 inches deep
|Dimensions||2.75 in. x 2.75 in. x 9.625 in.|
|Warranty||60 day Limited Distributor|
Questions & Answers
The hole that the liquidcomes out of is fairly small, but I think a straw could be bent to fit.
Camping Gear Buying Guide
Whenever you pack for a trip of any length, you may worry that you're going to forget something. Getting camping gear together can be more stressful than packing bags for other trips because many pieces of outdoor equipment are essential and difficult to replace. Let us help you calm those fears with our camping and outdoor checklist. Camping and exploring the outdoors are some of the best ways to spend your time. Because camping is so popular, you have many choices when shopping for outdoor camping gear. Allow us to help you sift through camping gear and choose the very best camping supplies and outdoor gear for your adventures.
What Not to Pack in Bags When Flying
Since 2001, the kinds of items that can be packed in luggage when flying have changed quite a bit. In addition to only being able to carry on liquids that are in 3-ounce bottles or less, there are several other restrictions you need to be aware of before you fly. Take a look below to learn what not to pack in bags when flying.
FAQs about Camping Gear
It's important to be prepared for any situation when you're camping. This can make shopping for camping gear a little overwhelming. You don't want to forget anything, but you also want to pack light and keep the trip fun and simple. This guide answers frequently asked questions about camping gear, so you can easily figure out what you need and start enjoying nature.
What to Pack for Africa's Highest Peak
Imagine that you are planning a trip that will take you from the equator to Antarctica in seven days. Now imagine that you have to limit the amount of gear you pack to 35 pounds or less. The task is getting more complicated. What kind of luggage would you choose and how would you pack for a trip that encompasses such extreme changes in climate and altitude? When Erica Davis, a paraplegic athlete, and Tara Butcher, a physically challenged athlete, climb Africa's highest peak, they will have to answer exactly those questions. The challenge: Mount Kilimanjaro rises from nearly sea level all the way up to 19,330 feet. The trail climbs from the hot bushland through rain forest, moorland, alpine desert and arctic glaciers up to the rocky Uhuru peak. A climb like Mt. Kili presents special challenges when it comes to luggage, clothing and gear. Being prepared for the weather and temperature extremes is a necessity, but it's also important not to pack too much. There is a 35-pound weight limit to each piece of luggage carried by a porter. Most climbers pack one 35-pound capacity bag to go up with a porter and one small daypack to carry up themselves. The daypack: Erica and Tara will have 7 days to summit Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro. As they pass from one ecological zone to the next, their needs will change and so will the contents of their daypacks. Each day Erica and Tara will repack their daypacks in anticipation of the specific challenges of the day's journey. In general, their daypacks will include things like water, snacks, dry clothing, waterproof gear and sunscreen. The importance of keeping clothing and gear dry cannot be overstated. When choosing a daypack, a small to medium backpack made of lightweight, moisture-resistant material that comes with a removable waterproof shell will be ideal. It's also helpful if the backpack has convenient access to a water bottle compartment or can accommodate a water bladder. Plenty of pockets, zipper compartments and hooks are also handy. What to pack: A sturdy but lightweight water-repellant duffel bag with a capacity of about 35 pounds is ideal for the trek to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The bag needs to have room for plenty of layers of breathable, moisture-wicking clothing and layers of fleece clothing, as well as a waterproof layer. To save space, it's a good idea to pack clothing that does double duty, such as pants that easily convert into shorts. Aside from clothing, the climb will also require accessories like sunglasses, hats and gloves, plus equipment like trekking poles and a headlamp, as well as toiletries like sunscreen, insect repellent and a first-aid kit. Support the Challenged Athletes Foundation: Overstock.com and the C.H.E.K Institute are co-sponsoring Erica and Tara's climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in order to raise awareness for athletes with physical challenges who wish to participate and compete in sports. Portions of the proceeds will benefit the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF). CAF raises funds to give physically challenged athletes the opportunity to stay active and competitive in the sports they love. To show your support for physically challenged athletes like Erica and Tara, donate now to the Challenged Athletes Foundation for the Fit 4 Kili Climb. View All Luggage Back to Guides Directory View All Luggage
Best Situations for a Duffel Bag
While a lot of luggage pieces have singular uses, duffel bags are great for a variety of jobs and tasks. This versatile type of luggage can help you in several different circumstances. Duffel bags come in many sizes and with multiple features to make packing around everything you need much easier, making them perfect for certain uses. Read on to learn the best situations for a duffel bag. Travel: Thanks to their ability to expand, duffel bags are perfect for travel. If you have a lot of items that you need to pack, leather duffel bags are an excellent choice. They not only offer you plenty of room to carry everything, but they are stylish, too. Most leather duffel bags are small enough that you can use them as carry-on luggage. When packed correctly, these handy pieces of baggage can store virtually everything you need to take on a short trip -- from clothes to hygiene items -- without the time and hassle of checking your bag. Gym: One place where you'll always see duffels is in the gym, and for good reason: This versatile piece of baggage can hold all the gear you need. Canvas duffel bags are ideal for the gym because they allow you to store your workout gear, street clothes and any other items you may need -- such as water bottles and hygiene supplies -- and many canvas duffel bags can be thrown in the washer with your gym clothes, so you can keep them fresh. Rolling duffel bags make great gym bags if you workout in the morning and need to take everything for the day with you. School: If you're a busy student, duffel bags can be a real boon. Fill a rolling duffel bag with books, school supplies, snacks and items you may need after school, such as your keys, wallet and work uniform. The storage will help you stay on top of your schoolwork, and the wheels will prevent it from becoming a pain in the back. Wheeled duffels also make great carry-on luggage, while large duffel bags are great for extracurricular activities. Sports: No other luggage is as useful to athletes as the duffel bag. Because they're easily carried, large duffel bags are perfect for storing and transporting sports uniforms and equipment. Reach the field with all of your important gear by keeping it all together in a duffel. Buy Duffel Bags Back to Guides Directory Buy Duffel Bags
Outdoor Cooking Equipment Checklist for Hiking
Every pound counts when you are on a hiking trip, so you'll want outdoor cooking equipment that won't slow you down. When you go hiking, not all outdoor cooking equipment or outdoor grills will do the job. Although perfect for other camping situations, most outdoor gas grills won't work for hiking, and a dutch oven is completely out of the question for a backpacking trip. After a few miles, you'll probably regret packing just any old cooking gear you had on hand. When you go hiking, make sure to take camping cooking equipment designed with backpacking in mind. Here are a few items you shouldn't forget on your next backpacking trip.
Best Sleeping Pads to Use with Sleeping Bags
If you dislike sleeping on the cold, hard ground, a sleeping pad underneath your sleeping bag can really save you a night of discomfort. A sleeping pad is also essential for keeping your sleeping bag protected when you're roughing it. When you're packing up your sleeping bag, tent and other camping gear, don't forget a sleeping pad to keep you comfortable in the great outdoors. There are three basic types of sleeping pads available for use with sleeping bags: air mattresses,, foam pads and self-inflating pads. The type of pad you'll need depends on what kind of camping you'll be doing and how much padding you prefer.
Benefits of Using a Travel Backpack When Traveling
Travel backpacks offer a number of benefits for all types of travelers and may be an attractive alternative to larger tote bags, duffel bags and miniature suitcases. Whether you're traveling with a backpack over a long distance or traveling by plane with a small backpack as a carry-on, use a travel backpack designed with extra compartments and tight-fitting, portable style to ensure a comfortable travel experience. Easy to stow and store: The design of a travel backpack makes it easy to store it in overhead bins in a bus, train or airplane. The soft sides of a backpack let it conform to tight storage spaces. Many travel backpacks have compression straps that let you cinch the packs contents down to take up less space. Comfort: Travel backpacks put less strain on your body than most other kinds of luggage because their weight doesn't pull on one side of your body. Travel backpacks are designed to evenly distribute their load on your shoulders and hips, making them easy to carry for several hours. Thick straps with lots of padding make it even more comfortable. Keeps travelers organized: Many travel backpacks are designed with several compartments to store smaller items, such as water bottles, a cell phone, MP3 player, PDA, passport and subway tokens. This makes it easier to stay organized while traveling, ensuring that all your basic items and accessories are within easy reach. Easy to move around: Probably the biggest benefit of using a travel backpack is the ease of movement it provides. You don't have to worry about dragging a rolling suitcase up a flight of stairs. A travel backpack is also easier to maneuver through a crowd of people than most other types of luggage. Protects items from the elements: Many travel backpacks are made with water-resistant and waterproof fabrics that protect your valuables no matter what the weather forecast may look like. Travel backpacks made with polywick fabric, ballistic nylon and other weatherproofing materials are especially beneficial for travelers who will be outdoors for most of their trip. View All Backpacks Back to Guides Directory View All Backpacks
Best Ideas for a Cowboy Birthday Party
Plan the perfect cowboy birthday party for your little cowhands and their posse with a Western-themed party. With the right decorations, games and food, you can create a hoedown that your child and his or her friends will remember for years to come. Find cowboy party supplies and crafts for a colossal cowboy party, and don't forget to capture every moment with your camera. Invitations. Create cowboy party invitations that look like "wanted" posters using recycled brown cardstock paper. Print a black-and-white picture of the cowboy or cowgirl of honor in the center and use an old-style font or block lettering. Include the time and place for the round-up on the cowboy party invitations. Use fun phrases such as "howdy partner" and "saddle up for the showdown" for added laughs. Ask guests to come in their favorite cowboy attire, including rugged jeans, flannels and boots. Decorations. For cowboy party decorations, cover tables with red and white tablecloths. Display "wanted" posters of the birthday cowboy or cowgirl throughout the cowboy party room. Add balloons in colors of red, white and blue. Shape strands of rope into lassos and place them on the tables or hang them on chairs. Use bandanas or a Western-themed fabric for place mats. Create large cutouts of cacti, horses and cowboys for decorations. Bales of hay, stalks of corn and other items can add to the cowboy party decorations. Place bottles of water or juice boxes in a wheelbarrow filled with ice for refreshments. Dress up. Costumes and clothing can add to the cowboy birthday party theme. Because all guests may not know each other, give each guest a name tag cut to look like a sheriff's badge. Use silver cardstock cut into star shapes and attach the name tags with safety pins or tape. Provide guests with bandanas in a variety of colors. Give each guest a straw cowboy hat and a water pistol for an authentic cowboy look. Games. Though cowboys can be serious, there is nothing like having several fun games planned for even the roughest, toughest cowboy to enjoy. If you're holding a summer party, tell all cowboys and cowgirls to bring their swimsuit for a shoot-out using water pistols. Have a galloping contest; use brooms as pretend ponies and have races to see whose horse is the fastest. Old-fashioned potato-sack jumping contests are easy to assemble. Hold a boot toss contest: Have children toss bean bags, gold coins or other cowboy party supplies into an old pair of worn cowboy boots. Food. Create an old-fashioned homemade spread, complete with a cowboy party cake. Barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs or sloppy joes are always a favorite for little cowboys and cowgirls. Salsa and chips, beef jerky and even pulled pork sandwiches are additional ideas. Corn on the cob and cornbread are traditional cowboy staples. Create a cowboy party cake in the shape of a hat, pony or boot to continue the theme. Goodie bags. Thank each guest for coming by giving them a galvanized pail filled with cowboy party favors. Fill each pail with a small amount of straw or hay. Add trail mix, gold coins and licorice rope to each pail. Tie pieces of raffia or fabric for additional decoration to the pail's handle. For other cowboy party favors, consider purchasing small plastic harmonicas, sheriff badges and cowboy figurines. View All Crafts Back to Guides Directory View All Crafts
Camping Equipment for Car Camping
You don't have to be uncomfortable to enjoy the outdoors. A lot of camping equipment is designed to be compact and light; that's perfect if you're planning on hiking in to a campsite. However, while light and compact is great when you're hiking, it's not always ideal once you set up camp. If you're planning on driving to a site and camping near your car, there's no sense in buying fast and light camping gear. The beauty of car camping is that you can bring along luxury camping equipment, items that enable you to enjoy the outdoors in comfort. Keep reading for more information on a few pieces of car camping gear that will make your next foray into the outdoors more comfortable than ever.
Best Backpacks for Hiking
Have you ever been told to "take a hike?" Well, you no longer have to tie your gear to the end of a stick and carry it over your shoulder. Instead, you can choose the backpack that is best for the type of hike you want to take.
FAQs about Backpacks
The campground is a great place to spend time in nature, but when you are looking for solitude, you really need to go into the backcountry. Hiking into the backcountry requires a backpack to hold all your gear comfortably. A good hiking backpack should hold everything you need, fit comfortably and not cost so much that you can't afford to go on any trips to use it.
10 New Ways to Use Torani
Are you looking for new ways to use Torani syrups? Whether you want creative drink specials for your restaurant or an unusual beverage for a dinner party you are catering, you can use Torani flavored syrups to concoct something delicious. Many people have added chocolate syrup to espresso and milk to make a cafe mocha. Peach and raspberry Italian sodas are cafe staples. But what do you do with watermelon syrup? When you try these simple yet innovative drinks using Torani products, you'll impress your customers and keep them coming back.
Tips on Camp Cooking without a Camp Stove
Enjoying a delicious meal around the campfire is a wonderful way to bond with loved ones or reflect on your amazing survival skills and the wonder of nature. To keep your camping trips simple and your camping gear collection inexpensive, consider camp cooking without a camp stove. Many bonfire lovers bring wire hangers to straighten out and use, but as a savvy camper and a smart shopper of camping supplies, you know you can find a better way. To make perfect hot dogs, juicy casseroles and award-winning cobblers as part of your camp cooking, look for handy camping equipment and camping supplies.
Tents Buying Guide
When you get out of the house and live under a tent, even for a night or two, you are joining a tradition as old as humanity. Nowadays, camping tents are used for recreation more than as a necessity. Still, there is a timeless appeal about camping in a tent. Modern tents come in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Knowing a few basics will help you purchase exactly the tent you need for your next expedition. We're more than happy to help you find it.
Top 5 Father's Day Gifts for Adventurous Dads
For the thrill-seeking dad, there's nothing like a Father's Day gift that taps into his adventurous side. If your dad's happiest camping in the great outdoors, spending a weekend fishing or white-water rafting, or exploring exotic locales around the world, then you'll find the perfect gift for him among these Father's Day ideas.
How to Take Your Dog Camping
If you enjoy camping, chances are so does your dog. With the right dog supplies and a sense of adventure, camping with your dog can be fun and easy. He'll enjoy the fresh air and great outdoors as much as you, if not more. Pack up the car with plenty of pet supplies and get ready for excited tail wagging as you camp, hike, and fish. He may even join in a campfire song or two with you.
Summer Outdoor Safety Tips
Summer is the season of outdoor fun. Sunny skies and long days provide endless opportunities to get outside to enjoy the great outdoors. Before you head out on the lake or down the trail, it's important to review your summer safety plan. Here are some tips to keep you and your family safe during all of your summer outdoor adventures.
Tips on What to Put in a Diaper Bag
Diaper bags come in all styles and designs, from trendy leather messenger bags to easy-care canvas totes. Once you have selected the perfect diaper bag, though, you need to fill it with the proper gear, so you will be prepared for anything your baby needs when you are out and about. In time, packing your diaper bag will become second nature, much like packing your own bag or purse. It is common, however, for new parents to have some anxiety about packing the right stuff for a trip out with baby. While different trips will require different essentials, here are a few basics that can help keep traveling with your new baby stress-free.
4 Essential Emergency Kits
You never know when a disaster will strike, so it's important to be prepared. If you have these essential survival kits on hand, you'll be ready for any emergency. A little preparation can give you a lot of peace of mind.
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