New Rene Herse Waterbottles and Stickers


We’re excited to release our new Rene Herse waterbottles. The bottles are based on the popular Purist bottles and feature the new Rene Herse logo. The new design is limited to 500 bottles. Available now for $ 10. We’re not suggesting that these will become sought-after collectors’ pieces, but we do suggest that you order your bottles while they last!

We also have stickers with the new logo. They measure 1″ x 3.5″ – perfect for your bike, your tool box, your notebook,… We’ll include one with each order over $ 50, as long as supplies last. They also are available in packs of 10 small ones and one large one (2″ x 7″), for $ 10, world-wide shipping included. Enjoy!
Click here to order the new Rene Herse waterbottle.
Click here to order the sticker pack.

5 Responses to New Rene Herse Waterbottles and Stickers

  1. marmotte27 February 22, 2019 at 9:15 am #

    Nice bottles. However I sweat a lot, so I only use 1l bottles. Any chance of those sometimes?

    • Jan Heine February 23, 2019 at 11:43 am #

      These are 0.7 litres. What 1 l bottles do you use? However, I’m a bit afraid they’ll get too heavy for the bottle cages. (The standard originally was designed for 0.5 l bottles, and with just two screws, there is no triangulation in the mounting…)

      • marmotte27 February 24, 2019 at 12:05 am #

        I’ve used Zefal Magnums since I started cycling in earnest 15 years ago. They’re not bad, but can leak a little from the lid when full. As you seem to be saying that yours don’t I thought I’d ask.
        I sweat so much I can easily get through two litres in a few hours on a hot day and I’ve never even considered using smaller bottles. If I need less water in winter or spring I just put less in or use only one bottle.
        Never had the idea the weight could be a problem and haven’t had any adverse experiences so far with the minoura bottle cages I use. I’ve just been checking the bolts, they seem to be fine.

      • marmotte27 February 24, 2019 at 12:16 am #

        P.S.: Just considered the weight question a bit more. My bottle cages seem to be quite flexible, not so much that the bottles move around or jump out, but perhaps they take up a bit of the torque added by the heavier weight an thus the bolts are fine? Theories, theories…

  2. Paul Hoffmann February 23, 2019 at 10:24 am #

    I like the “Reborn in the Cascade Mountains” – it gives a sense of time and place.