BlenderBottle GoStak

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

BlenderBottle reinvented the protein shaker as we knew it, and now the brand is strengthening their product lineup, adding the versatile GoStak to the mix.

A completely modular system, GoStak is a smart and sleek solution for portable nutrition, letting you conveniently carry supplements, snacks and more on the go. The storage system consists of individual jars that easily attach to each other, creating a portable stack that’s easy to take anywhere. The jars come in several different sizes, and are constructed from durable Eastman Tritan plastic that’s both stain and odor resistant. The Twist N’ Lock technology ensures the jars will be secured to each other with just a quick quarter turn. There’s also a removable carry handle that can be attached to any of the jar lids, perfect for clipping your GoStack to your backpack. There are several different colors to choose from, all of which are available online. [Purchase]

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