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The 10 Best Filtered Water Bottles for Safe Sipping Everywhere You Go

Fill up from the creek, tap, or water fountain worry-free with these purifying picks.

If your summer calendar is already filling up with beach trips, camping excursions, and fresh air hikes, you’ll want to make sure you have the right gear on-hand. We all know hydration is of peak importance — especially when hiking or backpacking in the heat — but sipping on the go can sometimes be a struggle. Between the cost and environmental impact of bottled water and the lack of trustworthy clean water sources, it’s no surprise that more people are shopping for filtered water bottles.

Filtered water bottles remove impurities and contaminants from drinking water, which can include everything from bacteria and chlorine to various heavy metals. This purification process helps to make your drinking water taste better, but it also grants you access to clean and safe drinking water, whether you’re at home or 20 miles from base camp on a trail. After testing several popular picks and researching dozens more, we found the best filtered water bottles for virtually any lifestyle, budget, and activity.

Learn more on the various filtered water bottles, written by Alyssa Longobucco here.

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October 20, 2023

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Alyssa Longobucco

Alyssa is a freelance writer, editor, and stylist with a background in food, interior, and lifestyle content. She has over a decade of experience in the digital and magazine industry creating unique and innovative content for storied brands such as Food and Wine, House Beautiful, HGTV, The Knot, Domino, Apartment Therapy, Real Simple, Food52, Good Housekeeping, and more. The recent recipient of an interior design certification, Alyssa focuses her work on helping readers digest design trends and provides actionable expert advice for creating a home and life they love.

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