It’s been a long time in the making and after much consideration, we’re adopting a new slogan for this website. In an attempt to describe the kind of riding we enjoy and cover here on the Radavist, we’ll be using “Shred Lightly™” on our products and insignia. Don’t worry, the Radavist Jackal and other LAND branding aren’t going anywhere. ;-) With this new slogan, we wanted to launch a product pack, inspired by the southwest iconography, lore, and symbolism, featuring the Greater Road Runner (Geococcyx californianus) and the Spanish Bayonet Yucca bloom (Hesperoyucca whipplei).
Many thanks to Steve Bretson, Cari Carmean, and Bobby Dixon for their typography work on these products. The Golden Sunrise bottles, Black Nocturnal bottles, Reminder stem caps, black pocket t-shirts, and tan pocket t-shirts are all made in the USA, and in-stock now at the Radavist Web Shop. We’ve got more products on the way this summer and fall. For now, check out some more product photos below!
The latest bottles from us were inspired by sedimentary layers and geological diagrams, or maybe it was an old Coleman coffee canister? At any rate, the latest 26oz bottles feature a simplified color blocking in the perfect size for summer exploration by bike. Pick up a PAIR for $25 plus shipping, worldwide at the Radavist Web Shop.
Sorry these are sold out!
In my old Latin class, one saying always resonated with me; nunquam aliud natura aliud sapientia dicit, or “never does nature say one thing and wisdom another.” There’s not much available online as to where this saying originated from or who was the first to scribe it, yet there is something to be said about the use of nunquam, versus numquam.
In the internet age, a lot of information that lived in textbooks never made its way to the WWW. This saying, its roots, and the reason for the nunquam over numquam is a perfect example. A few years back, I had a photocopy from an old text book with the saying highlighted, and got it tattooed on my arm. Yet now, that very paper is long gone and with it, my record of its origins.
This is a very limited run of bottles, due to the nature of the design. It’s a point of departure from our usual style and that’s what makes it so unique.
Buy two large (26oz) bottles in white, with black caps for $25.00 plus shipping. Let them get scratched and messed up, because with the white material and the subject matter of the print, it’ll just look better with age.
Our normally friendly jackal gets revenge on the farmer for intruding in its domain. Nature is metal… and pissed.
A lot of people emailed us asking what bottles were on the Chapter2 AO all road. Well, here’s the answer. They’re made by our friend Swizmade, inspired by the design of grenades. Now instruments of war ain’t for everyone but clearly people dig these… head to Swizmade to swoop.
If you like the color but don’t like the design, we’ve got plenty of olive drab bottles for ya…
Due to demand, we re-upped our 26oz Deserted Big Oasis bottles, perfect for the upcoming warm months. These are now in our Web Shop, where we’ll be slowly trickling out new products in the coming weeks. If you have a request for something, drop it in the comments and we’ll get to work on it. Don’t worry, more Fairends caps are on the way as well!
Inspired by the great Ed “Big Daddy” Roth, artist Gerald Bowles created this graphic and it felt like such a great image for the Radavist, so we put it on a “big gulp” Purist bottle. We’re selling a set of bottles for $25 plus shipping. That’s $30 shipped in the US and $40 Internationally. Scoop up a PAIR of bottles below!
SORRY SOLD OUT!
We took our Byway bottle and upped the capacity, rendered it in black, and added in our “Deserted” logo, just in time for the warmer months ahead. Pick up a PAIR for $25 plus shipping, worldwide. The first 30 orders will get a FREE Deserted vinyl logo, in desert tan.
If you ordered a Howdy Coyote tee, reply to your Paypal receipt and we’ll refund you $5 for shipping.
SORRY SOLD OUT! Side note: we’re working on a webshop, much more inventory and a drop-ship system, which hopefully will be implemented late Summer. Thanks for your patience!
Well, we’ve heard your requests and ordered a giant batch of Olive Drab bottles, which are now in stock. Two Olive Drab bottles for $20 plus shipping, worldwide and in stock now. SORRY SOLD OUT! Don’t worry, more products are on the way!
There have been a few examples of a complete water bottle and cage interface redesign over the years. UK-based Restrap throws their cap into the ring with these Mag bottles. They’re designed to work with standard bottle mounts, yet offer an easy-on, easy-off attachment thanks to magnets. These are especially helpful while using half frame bags. See more at Restrap.
First, thank you so much for the overwhelming support of the products we sell here on the site. Second, I’m sorry our products like these bottles are so hard to get ahold of. There’s an economy of scale issue that needs addressing for products over here and we’re working on it. That said, we’ll be opening a jersey pre-order up in the next few weeks and there will be a big water bottle order going in around the same time.
My question to you is, which bottle design do you like? and in what size? Big bottle, or small?
Inspired by the signage found on desert BLM roads outside of Death Valley, these Backcountry Byway bottles look like something out of Jodorowsky’s Dune storybook. These are in a very limited run, so you can swoop one bottle for $10 + shipping below. Because these are limited, there is a one bottle per person limit. PLEASE do not double order.
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After quite a few restocks, we’ve restocked the popular olive drab and desert tan bottles. These will undoubtedly go fast, and to ensure everyone gets their hands on a set, I’d like to request you only order one set. They’re selling for $20 a pair plus shipping and in stock now. Expect these to ship on Monday and if you’re missing bottles from any of our previous orders, we packed them up and got them out today. Thanks again for your support!
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These Pack it In Pack it Out bottles display a simple message, inspired by a hand-carved and painted sign in one of our National Forests in the Los Angeles-area. Printed on Manzanita-colored bottles, these are sold individually for $10 and are in stock now. They will ship this week.
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Our friend Justin has been using this flip of the US Forest Service for his Department of Shredding stickers and right now, he’s running a pre-order for these two bottle designs. If you’re into them, head to Get Rad Do Work.
We’ve restocked the Olive Drab and Desert Tan Radavist bottles and will be shipping these out next week. Be advised, however with the holiday season, these might take a while to get to you, especially if you live outside the US.
Olive drab is a timeless color and one that, as you can tell, is not going anywhere. It, paired with desert tan, are personally my two favorite tones. We kept it simple this round, with two bottles in two colors, with one design. In stock now in high numbers and shipping worldwide. Scoop up a pair of Radavist Olive Drab or a pair of Radavist Desert Tan bottles below for $20 a pair + shipping.
*Please note, if you order two sets, you have to pay for shipping twice because of the postage rate doubling when the package increases that much (over 12″ long) in size. I’ve tried to bring the rate down but it won’t work. Apologies.
**Also, we had some international orders returned from our local office, so if you’re still waiting on your previous order, they went out yesterday. Again, apologies.
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I cannot OD from OD. I cannot OD from OD. Olive drab is a timeless color and one that, as you can tell, is not going anywhere. It, paired with desert tan, are personally my two favorite tones. We kept it simple this round, with two bottles in two colors, with one design. In stock now in high numbers and shipping worldwide. Scoop up a pair of Radavist Olive Drab or a pair of Radavist Desert Tan bottles below for $20 a pair + shipping. These will ship on Monday. Sorry SOLD OUT!
Did you know the bear on the California flag is the last grizzly said to have lived in this state? Monarch, the supposed last grizzly, is even on display at the California Academy of Sciences. The California Grizzly was designated the official state animal in 1953, over 25 years since the last known grizzly was shot and killed. Yes, there’s a sordid history with the good ol’ brown bear in this state, so when I see something like the Strawfoot Dopey Bear bottles come around, I’m glad I can crack a smile. It’s like Smokey’s dopey cousin!
Pick up a set, which includes an olive drab (day) and a manzanita (night) bottle, at Strawfoot.