Polar Bottle has teamed up with Boulder based graphic designer Grason Ratowsky to launch eight new Polar Bottle designs. The new water bottle graphics range from colorful geometric shapes to playful bear images and a fantastical, swirling portrait of a lady.
The patented Polar Bottle features an insulating layer between two walls of plastic, so it keeps liquids cool twice as long as other water bottles. The new Ratowsky designs are printed on the insulating layer and show through the clear outer plastic.
Polar Bottle works by combining the thermal properties of an insulated vacuum bottle with the lightweight, flexible features of a plastic bottle. With a double wall construction, the thermal barrier of air keeps heat out and cold in. A foil layer reflects solar rays for additional thermal protection.
Polar Bottles are designed to fit standard bike water bottle cages and feature a convenient, removable carrying strap. The 24 oz. water bottles are produced in the U.S. and are BPA and Phthalate free. The wide mouth allows you to easily add ice cubes into the water bottle and the drinking valve is removable for better cleaning.
The eight new Grason Ratowsky Polar Bottle designs retail for $11.99 and can be found at your regular Polar Bottle retailers.