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Backpacker Magazine – March 2010

Gear Review: Innate Esse Water Bottle

Keep your wine at the perfect temperature in the backcountry with this perfectly sized bottle.

by: Berne Broudy

Innate Esse Water Bottle (Courtesy)
Innate Esse Water Bottle (Courtesy)


Perfectly sized to hold a bottle of vino, this 26-fluid-ounce, insulated stainless steel container kept our whites perfectly chilled and our reds perfectly unchilled, regardless of the outside temperature. When it’s cocktail time in camp, one press of the push-button top releases the vacuum seal, letting a steady and directed stream of liquid cascade into your cup—spill-free. A second cap ensures it won’t get bumped open in your pack. For chugging and easy cleaning, the whole top unscrews. $22; 14.8 oz; innate-gear.com.

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