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    Nalgene - Widemouth Water Bottle Slate Blue - 32 oz.

    • Code#:71107
    • Manufacturer:Nalgene
    • Size/Form:32  oz.
    • Packaged Ship Weight:0.50
    1 Quart Color PC Loop-Top Bottles

    This is the material that made Nalgene a household name. It's been put to the test in the most grueling conditions where people's lives can depend on the durability of their gear. The secret is the tougher-than-the-Tetons polycarbonate construction, made right here in the USA. Our durable caps are made to mate perfectly with our bottles, creating a leakproof system. The large opening on our wide mouth bottles easily accommodates ice cubes, fits most water purifiers and filters, Go ahead- watch it withstand whatever you bring.

    • Virtually Indestructible
    • Won't retain taste and odors
    • Suitable for frozen or boiling contents
    • Dishwasher safe (top rack only)
    • Designed for extreme use - backcountry activities, climbing, hiking and paddling
    Available Colors: Ruby Red, Vibrant Violent, Moss Green, Pretty Pink, Sage Green, Slate Blue, Sea Blue, Amber Ale, Just Purple, White.
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    75 Panorama Creek Drive
    Bridgewater, NJ,
    Phone: 5855868987 Fax: 5855868987 Visit website

    About Nalgene

    Nalgene’s gets a lot of mail from campers, hikers, and other active outdoorspeople who love their NALGENE bottles. In fact, NALGENE Outdoor Products are recognized by explorers and adventurers around the globe. How did these bottles get so popular? Where do they come from? Back in 1949, a Rochester, New York chemist named Emanuel Goldberg developed the first plastic pipette holder. Along with three workers, he began the Nalge Company in a small building at 625 South Goodman Street. For years Goldberg and his growing team developed the NALGENE line of state-of-the-art polyethylene laboratoryequipment: centrifuge bottles, filter units, storage tanks. Obviously, it wasn't the kind of stuff you toss into your backpack for a weekend in the woods. But there were rumors floating around

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