Don’t forget, even in winter it’s easy to get dehydrated with all the recirculated air in airports and planes- or the heat blasting in the car because the kids have the coats off.
Pack the 1.5L bottle and DrinkLink for the ultimate urban emergency prep bag
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Committed to sustainability and the environment, Sierra-at-Tahoe is excited to announce a partnership with Vapur®, makers of the flexible, reusable and eco-responsible “Anti-Bottle.” The partnership will support Project: Green Sierra, the resort’s initiatives for economically friendly and sustainable ski resort operations. rest of article here
Be prepared for emergencies—especially snack attacks.
Of course we have a spare tire, car jack, jugs of potable water, and a first-aid kit in our trunk. We even have AAA membership. But the thing we’ve found unequivocally useful on the road, time after time, are snacks. The healthier, the better. Our favorite driving snacks are dried mango, roasted almonds and cashews, buffalo jerky, and Clif bars. Sugary soda is best avoided, so we also take pains to fill and chill two 1-liter Vapur Element collapsible water bottles before setting out.
The DrinkLink simply turns a Vapur bottle into a bladder. Just click the DrinkLink system into any SuperCap Vapur bottle and go from hand-held bottle to hands-free hydration. The DrinkLink system features a user-friendly bite valve for easy drinking, and is equipped with a clip allowing you to keep it close at hand while riding or skinning. As an added bonus option, the quick-flow bite valve also attaches directly to the bottle.
Vapur makes the list in Vogue!
Everyone has that drawer in her dresser filled with random castoffs from her wardrobe, clothes that are cool in and of themselves but just don’t seem to mesh with one’s day-to-day look. You know them well—those graphic T-shirts, sporty track pants, and oversize sweaters. They’re not exactly investment pieces, but they’re too good to be out of commission in your closet. What to do with them?