I added a new water bottle to my collection. Picked up a 18oz Kanteen Classic as a second bottle for my bike. I love these, I also have a 27oz Classic as my all around bottle and bike. A 20oz Kanteen Wide Insulated, this is the best thermos ever. Keeps smoothies perfect all day long. Angel also has a yellow 18oz Kanteen Classic. We are both super happy with these bottles. They are made out of food grade 18/8 stainless steel, if it’s not steel it’s not real. Completely BPA FREE, even the lids. If you want no plastic you can even get an all metal lid. The come in lots of colors and sizes from a 12oz with a sippy lid to a 64oz wide mouth and lots of lid options. If you are ever looking for a new bottle get a Klean Kanteen.
I grew up in central Illinois. In August of 2007, I bought my first real “adult bike” after needing a bike to save money on gas. Since then I have had many bikes. In April of 2010, after moving out to Oregon, I got my beloved Surly Long Haul Trucker. I have put a lot of good miles on the bike. This blog is about my life in Eugene.
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