This bottle is flexible and compressible to save space.
You can easily remove the air to prevent sloshing noises.
Run and feel light: Only weighs 35 g when empty.
Easy to use
The mouthpiece makes drinking easy.
The silicone mouthpiece provides easy access and comfort.
A soft bottle to make your trail runs more comfortable.
We know trail runners need flexible containers.
Unlike a rigid water bottle, this soft bottle is lighter, less noisy, and less cumbersome.
Plus, it takes up less space: It compresses gradually as you drink.
Tips to care for your bottle
To get rid of any plastic aftertaste, rinse the bottle three times before using it. Dry it upside down without the mouthpiece. If the plastic taste persists, wait until the bottle is dry and put it in the freezer.
Remove the mouthpiece to clean it. This is particularly important if you are using sugary drinks.
Finally, to prevent sloshing noises, remember to remove any air by sucking out the air bubbles.
What is the flask compatible with?
This collapsible bottle is perfect for your trail runs.To simplify your preparation and equipment, it's compatible with all our trail running packs and belts.
A user-friendly design for trail running.
The flask has a thumb hole. It can be carried effortlessly even as you're pushing yourself to your limits during your trail run.
The bottle’s mouthpiece has an on/off position. Keep it in the off position to avoid surprises during transportation. In the on position, your bottle won't leak while you're running. Pinch the mouthpiece to drink.Finally, the bottle is designed so that you can drink without removing it from the front pocket of your pack.
How was the 500 ml bottle tested?
To verify the quality of the 500 ml water bladder, our design team asked 12 runners to use it during a running session on a treadmill.
Much more relaxed than a trail run, running on a treadmill let these runners concentrate on the bite valve’s flow rate, the movements of the water bladder, and user comfort.
Their feedback helped us design a product suitable for trail running.