No, you don’t need a water bottle cut in ultra-tough titanium. You have to admit, though, a water bottle cut in the lightweight, strong, and corrosion-resistant alloy will find a welcome place in your roster of hiking gear. So, yeah, it might be time to make room for the Vargo Titanium Para-Bottle.
Billed as “the ultimate backcountry water bottle,” it’s cut entirely in pure-grade titanium, so it should hold up to your most rugged and challenging off-grid adventures. With sleek looks accompanying the unusual bottle material, it should make for a suitable water bottle for everyday use, too, whether you’re hitting the gym, taking out the bike, or walking the dog on a nice day around the park.
The Vargo Titanium Para-Bottle is a 34-oz water bottle that’s been sized to fit most common water filters and purifiers, ensuring you can stock up on potable water when coming across random lakes and streams during your hike. It comes with a geometric-shaped lid to ease opening when it’s wet (or when your hands are clammy), along with a narrow body for a snug fit in hand.
A seven-foot long braided paracord is thrown in for connecting the lid to the bottle, which can be easily removed in case you need extra rope for whatever purpose. It measures 8.5 x 3.3 inches (height x diameter).
Available now, the Vargo Titanium Para-Bottle is priced at $159.95.