Nalgene is partnering with Colorado-based Corbeaux Clothing to make the company’s first-ever, limited-edition Nalgene Water Fund bottles and matching baselayer tops to be sold in collaboration with an outdoor goods company. For every water bottle or shirt sold, $5 will be donated to nonprofits working in domestic communities struggling to get access to clean water.
Naglene selected Corbeaux for this partnership because the company is committed to sustainability, sourcing its material for high-performance soft goods from recycled and responsibly-harvested material. Everything is hand-made in St. Paul, Minn.
The 32-ounce, wide-mouth water bottles will be available in mid-November online and at select locations around the country, including Corbeaux’s new concept shop and retail headquarters in Aspen (465 N. Mill St., Ste. 13) where the company was founded.
Nalgene water bottles are made in the United States. They are BPA-free and reusable. The Nalgene Water Fund is a donor-advised fund.
Corbeaux Clothing makes fashion-forward, high-performance next-to-skin apparel. The Aspen-based company was founded by Darcy Conover and Adam Moszynski in 2015 after the husband-and-wife duo, both professional athletes, decided to make soft goods which they were proud of—and would use.