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Hey, Flask Fans!

The superior selection in our Water Bottles Department is so good that we impress ourselves with it. All-encompassing and perfect for summer camp, we are constantly seeking out the coolest, most innovative, and newest products arriving on the market. As you browse our water bottles, I’d like to guide your attention specifically to the CamelBak Chute Vacuum 20oz Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle. This is no ordinary water bottle.

The temperature of the outdoors has nothing on your beverage within the Vacuum Stainless Steel Insulated CamelBak Water Bottle! Thanks to the double-wall, vacuum-insulated steel design, this container will keep hot drinks hot for up to six hours. And it’ll keep cold drinks cold for 24 hours! Cold is the key to a refreshing and hydrating reward throughout your journeys in the unforgiving summer wilderness.

Given a high-flow spout, the Chute Vacuum is constructed to deliver a satisfying stream that will provide you with the quenching slug you’re looking for when you’re trekking through an unforgiving terrain. Also, as you’re hiking along on your nature excursion, you can take a convenient swig, uninterrupted by some pesky cap that keeps getting in your face—this bottle’s cap fits snugly into the handle.

Unlike most water bottles you’ll find on the market today, the CamelBak Chute Vacuum 20oz is impervious to condensation and maintains its clean and classy look at all times. After all, CamelBak knows that a stylish Stainless Steel Water Bottle such as their Chute Vacuum had always ought to look its best.

A hydrated camper is a happy camper. Truly perfect for summer camp, the CamelBak Chute Vacuum is great for long trips into the wilderness. Get the 20 oz CamelBak Chute Vacuum Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle to keep your camper hydrated on their exhaustive camp excursions. Make your camper happy and, as always, thanks for reading!


- John

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