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About Outdoor Research Water Bottle Parka #3

Closeouts. Outdoor Research's Water Bottle Parka is a lightweight, insulated bottle carrier that keeps liquids hot or cold in the backcountry. A hook-and-loop strap allows it to attach easily to any pack.


Specs about Outdoor Research Water Bottle Parka #3

  • Material: Nylon cover with open-cell foam insulation and EVA-molded lid and base
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Dimensions: Diameter 4", height 12"
  • Made in China


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4.000000 5 Overall Rating: 4 Based on 1 reviews

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Reviewed by Dave from Midwest on Friday, July 19, 2013
This item helps remedy two drawbacks to the 1 L. Camelback (pre spigot) water bottle). It provides insulation and a convenient way to attach the bottle to a day pack. Fit is snug, but not difficult. I'm looking forward to trying it out soon.
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About Outdoor Research

The concept for Outdoor Research was devised in 1981 when climber Ron Gregg’s planned ascent of Denali was cut short, ending prematurely with his frostbitten partner being airlifted off a glacier. The cause was a faulty pair of gaiters. During his descent, Gregg resolved himself to create better gear, a resolution that soon led him to build the first pair of award-winning Outdoor Research gaiters. The concept was simple: Make outdoor apparel and gear with a clear focus on reliability. In the many years since, this brand has continued to blaze new trails with cutting-edge products that now include Outdoor Research gloves, jackets, backpacks and Outdoor Research hats, all engineered to exceed expectations in the most demanding conditions on the planet.