What Run Oregon is Trying: Sweat Rush Insulated Water Bottle

I’m horrible about drinking water, which is bad news if you are a long distance runner. But I love insulated water bottles because I like my water cold, and if I keep forgetting to drink it, it’s a great benefit. The website for the Sweat Rush insulated water bottle declares it’s “The Last Water Bottle You’ll Ever Need,” and that was enough to sell me on wanting to try it.

Of course, there are lots of companies that make stainless steel insulated water bottles today, and they are in all sorts of colors and sizes with different tops and straws. What makes the Sweat Rush bottles unique is that they also have an option for a sleeve you can put over the bottle that will hold your valuables. So if you go to the gym or on a run with one of these, you have a spot for your keys, some money, and your cell phone. Sweat Rush even claims that they have yet to find a model of cellular phone that won’t fit in the mobile phone pocket of the sleeve. These bottles also come with a straw flip-lid and a carabiner handle, which is super convenient.

Even better, the Sweat Rush water bottle is made well. The surgical grade stainless steel bottle is durable as well as BPA free. They are vacuum insulated so they’ll keep your beverages as cold as they were when you filled them 24 hours ago and your hot drinks stay that way for 12 hours. There is no sweating or condensation thanks to the hermetically sealed air gap, so all of your essentials in the sleeve will not be at risk for getting wet. The sleeve is made with industrial grade neoprene and this keeps the bottle impact and “ding” resistant, which is helpful in my house, which is filled with rowdy boys that knock everything in their path over like bulls in a China shop. The bottle itself is powder coated with a protective layer that protects it from scratches and dents.

The Sweat Rush water bottles come in both 32 oz and 64 oz sizes and two colors, Midnight Black and Woodland Camo. I can only speak for the 64 oz bottle, because that’s what I tested, and I’ll admit that it’s heavy, especially filled with water. It’s not a bottle that would fit in a cup holder in the car or something I’d personally lug around on a run. However, 64 oz of water is no joke no matter the container, and it did help encourage me to drink all day because the laziness factor meant I didn’t have to refill it as often as I would with one of my smaller bottles. I think the 64 oz bottle would be great for a road trip or out camping, so long as you had a good place to keep it when you weren’t drinking from it. I loved that it kept my water cold all day and I’m sure it would be great for hot coffee or as a growler for beer or another favorite drink. The 32 oz size would be a lot easier for many as well, and I’m confident that the quality will be as good as the 64 oz size.

If you are looking to buy the whole enchilada, you can get “The Rushpack” which is the bottle, the sleeve, and the carabiner in a set. However, you could also just opt for the water bottle or the sleeve as stand-alone products. Life is all about choices, and all of them are quality ones at Sweat Rush.

Company: Sweat Rush  (Find them on Facebook )

Products & Price:

Specs (from website):

The Rushpack is the first water bottle & sleeve engineered to carry your phone, payment cards, IDs, keys, and more all in one place. Stay hydrated, and never lose your stuff again!


  • 64oz Vacuum Insulated Water Bottle
  • The SweatRush Neoprene Sleeve
  • Carabiner Carry Handle
  • Straw Flip Lid


  • Vacuum Insulated
  • Pockets for Phone, Cards, Keys, Headphones, and More
  • Impact Resistant Neoprene Sleeve
  • 64oz Capacity

More about Sweat Rush:

The Last Water Bottle You’ll Ever Need.

Engineered by athletes, and born as a best-seller on Kickstarter, our vacuum insulated water bottle has pockets for your phone, keys, wallet, and more. This is the last water bottle you will ever need.

Thank you to Sweat Rush for providing us with a sample pack. Please read our transparency page for info on how we do our reviews.

About Author

I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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