Polar Bottle® Introduces New Limited Edition State Flag Water Bottles

Boulder, CO ‘” Polar Bottle is expanding its limited edition bottle line with a new series of State Flag insulated sport bottles.

The new bottles, which bear iconic art from state flags around the country, are sold exclusively on the Polar Bottle website www.polarbottle.com. So far, the series features bottles representing Texas, California, Arizona and Colorado ‘” the company‘s home state. Designers are in the process of finalizing graphics for Kansas and other states.

Polar Bottle Limited Edition State Flag Water Bottles
Polar Bottle Limited Edition State Flag Water Bottles

Customers have responded very positively to initial marketing efforts through Facebook and other social media outlets, with hundreds of followers adding input on the final designs and participating in state trivia questions for a chance to win a free bottle.

The bottles are manufactured and distributed from the company‘s Boulder, Colorado warehouse with plastics sourced from Denver, making the bottles a USA product through and through.

The patented Polar Bottle water bottle features an insulating layer between two walls of plastic, so it keeps liquids cool twice as long as other water bottles. The Made in America bottle fits standard bike water bottle cages and features a convenient, removable carrying strap. All Polar Bottle products are, and always have been, BPA-free and Phthalate-free.

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Adeline Bash

Thanks for helping us spread the word about the new bottles! We have already gotten a great response from customers!


I really appreciate how involved Polar gets in different programs such as charities and racing, and that they constantly come up with new and fun designs. And Phil is just a super cool guy to work with.

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