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Slip your water bottle into the Outdoor Research Water Bottle Parka, zip the top closed, and keep hot beverages hot and cold liquids cold without lugging around a thermos. Made with durable nylon and polyester, this bottle parka is packable and tough enough for camping or travel. A reinforced nylon strap allows you to attach it to any backpack or haul bag, and the water-resistant main zipper drastically reduces the opportunity for leaks should your water bottle spring a leak inside.

  • Synthetic external material and internal liner are highly durable
  • Open-cell foam insulation helps maintain the temperature of your hot or cold beverage, and during the winter it can help keep your water from freezing solid
  • Zip-top design means that your water bottle is fully inside the Parka
  • Nylon webbing and hook-and-loop attachment point allow you to affix this accessory to a duffel, haul bag, or backpack
  • Size compatibility:
  • #1 size fits Nalgene 1L, GSI Outdoors 1L, Cyclone 1L. or Bilt Fresco
  • #2 size fits Nalgene .5L, Klean Kanteen 27 oz, Camelbak .5L, Sigg .6L, or Cyclone .5L
  • #3 size fits Klean Kanteen 40 oz, Camelback 1L, Sigg 1L, or Bilt Mega Fresco

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Cold weather must have

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I used the Nalgene size parka a few times in very cold temps on day trips and it worked as advertised.

Last night I put it to an actual test. I filled 2 Nalgene bottles identically. One went into the parka, the other did not. Three hours on my deck at about 6 degrees F.

I had to break the ice on the non parka bottle but could still drink. There was a very little amount of ice on top of the parka bottle. I poured out the water from both bottles, then waited for the ice to melt.

9 oz of meltwater was left in non-parka bottle. Almost none in the parka bottle.

5 5

Keep your water from freezing at night

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've found these to be great on some ice climbing expeditions in Alaska. You no longer have to worry about you water freezing at night. I also use them as a pre-thermos for ice climbing days. The first round of hot liquid goes in one of these, then a spare thermos for later in the day.

5 5

Want it Cold or Hot?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I live in Guam where the temperature is 85F year round, and hydration is a key factor in staying... well...alive. I have two of these, 1 for my 32 oz Nalgene (the #1 size) and 1 for my 17oz REI thermos (the #3 size), both sizes are perfect, easy in easy out, keeps things just the right temp. These have served me well in the cold country as well, the velcro is superb, extra thick and extra long, fits well around any backpacks waist belt or throw a biner through strap and attach it anywhere. Here is an idea of how well these work: April on Mt. Rainer summit trip, only had my thermos in my back pack, it held the fluid temp well for about 6 hrs, then it was cold. May again summit trip on Mt. Rainer, added this parka to the bottle, brewed a cup of tea at 2am before heading up from Paradise Parking lot, tried sipping on the tea all day but it was too blistering hot still, camped at Camp Muir, left for the summit around midnight, fluid temp was still stifling hot but drinkable. Returned to Camp Muir around 10am and the fluid temp was just perfect. Get one of these for your thermos, get another for your drinking water.

will a nalgene fit?

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will a nalgene fit?

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Yep. Like it says in the description, the #1 size will fit a standard 1L Nalgene.