not everyone is keen in drinking right off a stream, which the original LifeStraw offers. we are guessing, if you are roaming in the wild, you probably want to be able to bring that ‘stream’ with you or at least, top it up in a bottle. this is where the Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle comes in. it combines the best of what the LifeStraw has to offer, i.e. removing bacteria, protozoan parasites and turbidity from contaminated water and gives you portable water to keep yourself hydrated, with a durable water bottle for you to consume on-the-go. all you have to do is to scoop the water from a river or pond, screw the lid back on and you are good to go.
the straw within is good for filtering up to 1,000 liters (264 gallons) of water and the bottle itself is BPA-free and features a flip-top bite valve for convenient on-the-go sipping and a lanyard for attaching to your backpack. while the intention of LifeStraw is to bring safe drinking water to those living in less fortunate areas, there is no reason why backpackers, hikers and adventurers couldn’t take advantage of its benefit while out in the wilderness, and hence the Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle. besides, when you purchase any LifeStraw product, you will be indirectly helping the less fortunate to get clean drinking water. you can acquire your very own Lifestraw Go Sports Bottle from LifeStraw by Vestergaard website for just $34.95 a pop.
p.s. appreciate LifeStraw for sharing the awesome hi-res images with us. a big thank you!