How often do you think about what you’ll need in an emergency situation, like a natural disaster? Food and shelter quickly come to mind. So does a planned evacuation route and access to emergency services.
You’ve probably also made sure that you have a way to bring your pets with you. And maybe you’ve even stowed away some of your most valuable possessions—just in case.
But it’s easy to overlook one crucial thing, perhaps because we’re all so used to having it: clean, fresh, potable water.
You can run out of gas and hitch a ride with someone else. You can even run out of food, and you’ll be okay for a while. But if you run out fresh water then that’s a real emergency.
So, with the increasing frequency of severe weather events, it’s a good idea for everyone to think about emergency water storage.
So let’s take a closer look at both to find out which one is better for you.
The Hydro Flask bottle trend is garnering worldwide attention these days. You see that happy-looking logo wherever you go!
Even I have given into the Hydro Flask hysteria (Photo of me on the right)! You don’t have to, read on to find out!
But is this bottle the best stainless steel travel bottle out there?
There are other bottles out there that have been a staple in the outdoor industry for longer than the Hydro Flask has existed.
One of these is the tried-and-true Yeti bottle. Wondering which to invest in?
For this review, we are going to contrast the 36-ounce Yeti with its 40-ounce Hydro Flask counterpart to help you make that decision.
If you’re going to be spending time way out in the wilderness or backpacking through foreign countries, access to clean water can make or break your trip.
In fact, your life may depend on it! Don’t find yourself in a bad situation. Equip your travel kit with a portable water filter that allows you to drink without fear of E.coli or other water-born demons!
Once the water hits your mouth, it’s clean and free of dangerous organisms that can make you sick!
Initially, the Lifestraw and the Sawyer Mini may appear exactly the same. However, they are about as different as they could be! Which is better? Read on to find out.
As the oceans fill up with plastic and people begin to learn about the effects of BPA on the human body, more and more of the outdoorsy crowd are looking for an alternative to the usual plastic water bottle.
The search for the perfect travel flask can be daunting, however! The market is saturated with cups of all types.
The Zojirushi is not as well-known as the Hydro Flask or the Klean Kanteen, but it’s definitely a contender for the title of top travel mug!
At a glance, they all seem pretty much the same. So, which mug is the best? Read on to find out which cup is worth your investment.
On your next hiking or backpacking trip, you can save a lot of weight and space by taking along your own water filtration system.
Drinking from a reusable water bottle isn’t just the responsible thing to do, it’s also the cost-effective and healthy thing to do!
Since you’re here, you must have made the decision to ditch your plastics and go for a good stainless steel bottle. Good for you!
Whether you plan to use yours for coffee, tea, or water, you really can’t go wrong.But which is better? Keep reading to find out!