5 Water Bottles for Every Fitness Lover

Your kitchen cupboard is probably filled with tons of water bottles, but are any of them as cool or different as these? No matter if you’re more of a yogi or a runner, there’s an option in here for you.

It’s collapsible

If you’re someone who hikes or travels, consider taking this with you. The silicone bottle folds down to just over an inch tall to easily slip into your pocket, backpack or gym bag. It also comes equipped with a cap lid, flip-up handle and carbon filter disc; plus, it’s BPA-free, non-toxic and dishwasher safe.

Get it: Hydaway 2.0, $25

It’s glass, but shatterproof

You might like the taste and plastic-less benefits of using a glass water bottle, but your fitness studio? Not so much, especially when it falls and breaks into a million pieces. Thanks to this two-shelled bottle, you can go back to using glass — the outer shell is covered with a special coating that makes it shatterproof, so if the bottle is dropped, only the inner part breaks. And, should you need them, replacement parts are free.

Get it: Glasstic, $20

It doubles as storage

Whether you’re someone who likes to frequent the beach or roll into class with no bags attached… You. Need. This. It basically takes the role of thirst quencher and keeper of all the things. The bottom part unscrews to hold small items like your keys, money, subway card or jewelry. Plus, the steel dual-walled and vacuum-insulated construction keeps your hot or cold drink the right temp for hours.

Get it: Bindle Bottle, $39

It radiates positive energy

Time to treat your yoga-going self. This glass vessel houses a natural crystal that claims to promote healthy living by distributing its energy and purifying the water. Not to mention, it’s pretty!

Get it: VitaJuwel, $120

It fits in your hand

Runners, rejoice! You don’t have to be parched during your run or get a hand cramp from holding a bulky bottle. This one is ergonomically contoured, fully-cushioned and breathable. And the little pocket in it means you don’t have to hide your keys, money or ID in weird places.

Get it: Amphipod Hydraform Handheld Thermal-Lite, $25

Emily is a recent graduate and proud Midwesterner who just moved to the big city to start her career in magazine journalism. When she isn't commuting between Brooklyn and Manhattan, she enjoys browsing bookstores for her next read, sipping chai tea lattes at local coffee shops, and playing tourist in the city she always dreamed of living in.