Snow Peak Teases New Colorful Titanium Aurora Water Bottles

In five vibrant colors.

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Snow Peak has just released its catalog of upcoming products for 2021. In its liquid carrying options for the outdoors, a new series of colorful water bottles was presented.

Named the Aurora water bottle, each colorful flask is made from lightweight and durable titanium and given a colorful finish. Arriving in five color variants, from untreated titanium to metallic yellow, the metal bottles feature a large screw-handle top and hold up to 800ml of water.

The four tonal bottles will cost ¥11,980 JPY (approximately $115 USD) while a special rainbow version will sell for ¥14,980 (approximately $145 USD). Head over to Snow Peak Japan to see the entire catalog of goods coming 2021.

In other outdoor news, Toyota creates a complete overlanding TRD-Sport Trailer.

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