Hydro Flask Drops limited ‘giveback’ collection bottles to finance trails

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Hydrate yourself forever with this Hydro Flask.

Hydro Flask’s The Limited Edition Scenic Trail Collection not only offers colorful scenes from the Pacific Crest, Appalachian and Continental Divide trails, it also gives something back to every trail.

“Hydro Flask’s new limited-edition collection helps manage three iconic scenic trails,” the brand wrote. “We’re donating $ 1 per bottle up to $ 65,000 to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, and the Continental Divide Trail Coalition.”

This donation is in addition to the thousands of contributions Hydro Flask makes each year through its donation Parks for everyone program to various nonprofits and trail organizations.

The limited collection starts during National Park Week April 17-25.

Limited edition Scenic Trail Bottles

Hydro bottles AT, PCT and CDT follow-up bottles

All limited-edition bottles are equipped with the double-walled TempShield vacuum insulation from Hydro Flask. However, new to Hydro Flask’s dishwasher-safe powder coating are screen-printed designs. The designs “celebrate the vibrant landscapes, the distinctive wildlife and the unique terrain of each legendary route,” wrote Hydro Flask.

The Scenic Trails bottles are available in two options: a 20 ounces of coffee with Flex Sip lid ($ 35) and a 32 ounce wide neck with a carrying lid ($ 45).

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