When you’re finished with a run, one of the first things you want to do is take a huge swig of water. Worst case scenario: your bottle is empty and the stream alongside your trail is the only source around you. What do you do? If you have a filtered water bottle, just dip it in the stream, fill it up, and you’ve got potable water.
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