You need to keep and look cool when embarking on a sporting challenge.
And staying hydrated is the one of the most important factors in a healthy outlook on the outdoors.
Sustainability experts, Super Sparrow, founded in 2015, are on the ball when it comes to new and exciting products which hit the mark.
With a pledge to provide well-designed, contemporary and sleek on the go bottles, which can cater for both hot and cold drinks, you are never going to be disappointed.
The latest product on the market is the ‘Explore’ range made from 18/10 professional-grade stainless steel, making them 26 percent lighter than standard water bottles, guaranteeing the drink will stay cold for 24 hours and hot for 12.
Each bottle features a sleek powder coat with individual designs depicting a wide variety of outdoor sports, including hiking, mountaineering, kayaking, paddle boarding and cycling.
With options of a flex cap and straw lid, plus a great insu-shield double walled vacuum insulation to ensure that the chosen beverage stays at the right temperature in all conditions.
And the standout designs in a wide range of colours and sizes mean every bottle is as individual as the adventure it is being taken on.
Super Sparrow’s mission is to reinvent the way everyday products are used and cultivate a community that genuinely wants to make a difference to the planet – by creating Super Sparrow they are making sustainability accessible to everyone.
And in a world where we all aim to be green, this range of bottles is a simple way of doing your bit and becoming green in order to help preserve the planet and make sure future generations are allowed to enjoy the freedom and beauty that we have experienced.
For more information on staying hydrated with the new range of ultra-light bottles, please visit: www.supersparrow.com.
Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.
Photographs courtesy of Super Sparrow
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