CamelBak MultiBev bottle wins ISPO Award 2021

CamelBak MultiBev bottle in action
The CamelBak MultiBev bottle is perfect for drinks in the outdoors (Image credit: CamelBak)

CamelBak's MultiBev 2-in-1 vacuum water bottle has won the 2021 ISPO Award in the “Urban Life” category. The ISPO Awards honour the best products released within the sports industry each year.

The MultiBev is a 2-in-1 bottle and cup vessel that "redefines daily hydration habits and eliminates disposable waste". It has been designed with both urban and outdoor use in mind – the theory being that you should only need one bottle.

The leak-proof Pak cap stores the “Roll and fold” silicone lid, for covering the cup and drinking on the go, while keeping your beverage hot and hygienically stored, with no risk of spillage. If you're thinking about space efficiency with your packing, this handy compartment can also hold snacks, vitamins, medication or other small essentials.

Camelbak multibev in action closeup

A closer look at the MultiBev's bottle and cup system (Image credit: CamelBak)

It can also keep your beer cold outdoors – when closed, the manufacturers say the bottle keeps beverages hot for 14 hours and cold for 20. When in the cup, expect three hours for hot drinks and six hours for cold. Better still, it completely eliminates the need for plastic bottles, disposable vessels and paper cups.

"CamelBak was built on the idea of innovation and sustainability; these values remain the foundation of our 30 year business and what we do today", said Steve Nadler, CamelBak Vice President of Product and Marketing.

This innovative bottle has already won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award 2020 too. You can buy it in the best outdoor shops throughout Europe or at, in four colour variants (Black, White, Terracotta rose, Moss/Mint) and in two sizes: a 650 ml bottle with a 450 ml travel cup; or a 500 ml bottle with a 350 ml travel cup.

Emily Woodhouse

An adventure writer based on Dartmoor, England, Emily is an active member of Mountain Rescue and a summer Mountain Leader, but loves all things adventure – before her third birthday she had lived on three continents. Founder of Intrepid magazine, she works to help break stereotypes about women in the outdoors. Her expeditions have included walking all Dartmoor’s 119 tors in a single two-week outing, cycling to Switzerland and back, and riding the Rhine from source to sea.