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American Made Water Bottle & Filter
Directory

If you’re asking  what water bottles and filters are made in the USA then you’ve come to the right place. This is a directory to all of the American made bottles, bladder bags, purification systems, and filters I could find. If you’re looking for personal recommendations then check out our top water bottles and best water filters pages.

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Aquamira

  • www.aquamira.com – Water filters, purification drops and tablets.  I’ve used their drops and tablets and can recommend them.

Camelback

Cascade Designs (MSR and Platypus)

  • www.cascadedesigns.com – Their MSR water filters, bladder bags, and Platypus bottles are American made.  I own and recommend the Platypus bottles understanding they do have a limited lifespan.

Liberty Bottleworks

Nalgene

Polar Bottle

Sawyer

  • www.sawyer.com – Their water filters are US made.  I own and recommend their mini water filter.

Vapur

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