Review: Carrying Your SIGG

Carrying Your SIGG

Review: Carrying Your SIGG

By David Rutter

The standard size (1.0 litre) of these popular bottles have been a tad too large to carry comfortably in the hand while hiking or running over long distances. In the past I’ve usually resorted to attaching my SIGG bottle to the strap of my pack using a caribiner through the loop of the bottle lid. SIGG now produce a carrying strap which allows the bottle to be hung around the neck – keeping it in a convenient position for easy access when you’re in need of hydration on the hiking track.

For the 0.4L, 0.6L, and 0.75L versions of the bottle, a jogging belt is available which holds the bottle comfortably at the back. The belt also includes a handy key compartment.

About David Rutter

Dave grew up on a small acreage on the outskirts of Sydney, within a stone's throw of the bush. Having spent a large part of his childhood exploring the bush behind the family home, much of his adult life has been spent exploring the world - he has lived in Sweden, traveled much of Europe, travelled in the Pacific and South America, and more recently in Asia. The Australian bush is however, the place where he feels he truly belongs.
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