Now, toddlers can get in on the cult-like following of the colorful Nalgene Water Bottle.
Nalgene containers have stood up to some of the worlds most extreme conditions. Small potatoes compared to small children. The new Nalgene Grip'n Gulp is tough enough to survive being thrown form a moving minivan, spill proof enough to compel parents to blame the rug stains on the dog, and odor proof enough to allow leftover milk to go undetected under the couch for months. Most importantly, its a great way for little kids to reach new heights.
A Nalgene Test, courtesy of the Seattle Times:
Which isn't a real Nalgene?
a. The "OTG" on-the-go bottle, "the ultimate in mobile hydration."
b. The flask, a "sip on your hip."
c. A baby sippy cup. "We've taken on Everest. Now we're ready for toddlers."
d. A Valentine's Day bottle. "One heart, one love."
e. A shot-size coffee thermal pendant. "Just enough for a jolt."
Answer: e... but it's gotten us thinking