July 31, 2006

Booze on the Go with Built Bottle Totes

Built Bottle ToteWe just got a hot tip about some cool-looking neoprene bottle totes, and while our first thought was to send it on over to our sister site Cheap Fun Wines, we decided not to. Why, you ask? Well, first we realized that if these totes will hold a wine bottle they'll hold most liquor bottles (grenade-shaped liqueuer and tequila bottles notwithstanding). And second - let those winos find their own stories.

The three bottle model (pictured) will run you $29.99 at Built NY, and they offer single, double and other totes as well. Just imagine toting around three well-chilled bottles of vodka straight from the freezer - we can, and we have a feeling we're going to get into some trouble.

The virtues of BYOB need no elaboration, but the perils do: cold liquids heating up, or, worse, bottles sweating through a paper sack and shattering on the concrete as smug onlookers jeer. To avoid these and other apocalypses, check out Built NY's line of wine bottle totes.

Built's totes are especially useful this summer when no AC means an agonizing, 3rd World death. Made from neoprene (the same stuff as wetsuits), they keep chilled liquids chilled, and, thanks to the miracle of handles, are easy to carry.

via Thrillist - by the by, we just checked out Thrillist; they send out a daily email of dude-related stuff including "gadgets, gear, bars and restaurants." Bars, eh? We're joining up right now.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 31, 2006 2:56 PM
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