Polar Bottles Adds Limited Edition Artist Bottles, Thins Plastic for Easy Squeezy
Polar Bottles has just released eight new designs, with hand-drawn graphics from Boulder, CO, artist Grason Ratowski.Â Shown at left is “Rose”, which is just as cool looking in person (we received a sample) as in this glamour shot.
Polar also recently thinned out the plastic on their bottles to make them easier to squeeze, and all of their bottles are BPA free and phthalate free.Â Plus, theoretically, thinner plastic means less plastic, so I assume they get some green cred for that, so you can ride with a cold, clean conscience.
Other features include the removable carrying strap and removable spout for easier cleaning.Â At 24oz (also available in 20oz), they’re among the largest insulated bottles that’ll fit in a water bottle cage.
Click “Rose” to enlarge, and check out the other graphic styles after the break…
The graphics bottles only come in the 24oz size and retail for $11.99 (155g, if you’re counting) and are made in the USA.Â Above is “Rave”.