One more reason to love Klean Kanteen

We all know that drinking lots of water is essential, especially since this summer has been hella-hot. And while the reusable bottle movement is hardly new, these special-edition Fill. Drink. Repeat. bottles from Klean Kanteen give you even more incentive to switch over to an eco-friendly drink container you can use over an over again.

First of all, they happen to be designed by Shepard Fairey in partnership with; he’s the awesome contemporary artist behind the Obama “Hope” posters. Secondly, 10% of the proceeds from the sales of these bottles go to, a non-profit organization, co-founded by Gary White and Matt Damon (yes, that Matt Damon) which works with developing communities throughout Asia, Africa and South America to create access to safe water and sanitation.

We’ve always loved the Klean Kanteen bottles which are made entirely from high-quality stainless steel with no BPA, no suspect lining and nothing that will make your water taste like anything besides water. Each bottle is $19.95, spread that over the cost of…um…forever and I’d say it’s a pretty good value.

Get your Fill. Drink. Repeat. Shepard Fairey special-edition reusable water bottle at Klean Kanteen and helps support

Betsy Cadel is a blogger and marketing consultant, and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks


  • Reply July 20, 2010

    Melissa Hall

    Isn’t it Klean Kanteen? Not Kleen.

  • Reply August 13, 2010


    If you think this is good, then you should check out Pangea Bottles!! Pangea Bottles makes and sells stainless steel water bottles similar to Klean Kanteen, but they give 20% of revenue (not profit) from every bottle sold to build clean water wells in developing countries.

    [ed note: Kevin works for Pangea Bottles]

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