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Trends Watch: Water bottles

Sarah L. Stewart

Staying hydrated is key to enjoying the High Country outdoors. Whether you’re jogging, biking, rafting or hiking, a stylish water bottle will add flair to your workout.

Since a report earlier this year found that Bisphenol-A, a chemical found in many hard plastic water bottles, can have potentially harmful effects on health, you just might have good reason to replace your liquid-filled sidekick.

The new version of Nalgene’s popular wide-mouth bottle is made without BPA.

Wondering what to do with your old BPA-laced bottle? This cap, which fits all standard wide-mouth bottles, features a solar panel that turns your bottle into a solar-powered LED lantern.

Filter water on the go with this 100 percent corn-based bottle, which can be refilled up to 90 times. Once its lifespan is finished, it can be composted. Visit http://www.newwaveenviro.com for purchasing information.

Make a statement with an aluminum Sigg bottle, partnered with http://www.stopglobalwarming.org to curb the number of plastic water bottles that end up in landfills.

These stainless steel bottles are 100 percent recyclable and dishwasher friendly.


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