If you’re confused by all the options of reusable water bottles, we’ve determined the best types of water bottles based on different preferences. Take a look, try them out, and let us know which is your favorite!


The Classic: Nalgene Tritan, 32 oz


Although plastic water bottles are not as popular now, the Nalgene is still a trusty and reliable water bottle. It’s lightweight and does the job. This water bottle is also relatively inexpensive compared to the other bottles on our list and is great for everyday use.


Best Straw: CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle, 25 oz


The CamelBak is another classic water bottle that continues to top the charts. It features a unique bite valve straw that is easy to use and convenient. If you’re looking for spill-proof sipping, this is the bottle for you.


Best Glass: bkr, 16 oz


The bkr is one of the most aesthetically appealing glass water bottles. It’s wrapped in a durable silicone sleeve and offered in various colors. Although the opening is fairly small, it resembles that of a plastic water bottle which minimizes spills. The lid features a convenient loop that makes it easy to carry when you’re on the go!


Best Spout: Takeya, 32 oz


The Takeya is a rugged sports water bottle that has a convenient insulated spout lid. The lid also has a hinge lock that keeps the cap out of your way when you’re drinking. If you’re looking for a BPA-free bottle, this stainless steel bottle will be a great option for you.


Best Bike Companion: Polar Bottle, 24 oz


The Polar Bottle is a perfect exercise bottle, especially when you’re biking or attending spin class. This is by far the easiest bottle to use with one hand and drink out of. It’s also lightweight and features a self-sealing valve. An extra bonus is that although the Polar Bottle is plastic, it’s still insulated. Your water will continue to stay cool while it sits in your bike cage or cup holder.


Most Stylish: S’well, 17 oz



The S’well bottle takes the cake when it comes to creative and beautiful patterns. The designs range from marble to wood, and they continue to create new colors. This is another durable brand with a sleek shape and smooth feel. While there are many water bottles that look similar to S’well, this bottle doesn’t rust and its quality is unmatched.


Best Gallon: Coleman, 1 gallon


If you need to carry large amounts of water, this jug is perfect for you. The Coleman keeps water ice-cold and is easy to carry despite the size. The wide mouth is easy to fill with handfuls of ice while the flip spout makes drinking convenient. This jug is a practical and functional item that will keep you hydrated throughout the day.


Best Overall: Hydro Flask, 32 oz


This is a double walled, insulated, stainless steel water bottle that stands the test of time. It’s incredibly durable and keeps water cold for hours. The wide mouth opening is perfect for adding ice to the container. It’s also the perfect size to carry around for long days without being too bulky or heavy. The Hydro Flask comes in a variety of colors and sizes too!