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Wonder Woman: Cindy Crawford Is PURely Into SIGGs

Cindy Crawford is more than a pretty face, she's a mother. And, this Wonder Woman is using her voice to ensure that the footprints she leaves behind are done so with Eco–conscience care.

To see what this mama of two is doing,

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Realizing the impact her bottled water drinking habit was having on Mother Earth, she began using the PUR water filter system to fill up aluminum bottles instead.

Knowing how easy it was to transition, she teamed up with PUR water and SIGG bottles to encourage people to take the same steps she has.

Unique to the Thirsty for Change campaign, the supermodel mama designed a $20 limited–edition SIGG bottle. All of the proceeds will go to Children's Safe Drinking Water, which prevents water–related diseases in developing countries.

It's inspiring to see a mother who needs for nothing, do so much for our children's futures.

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rgrl rgrl 7 years
I recently got a Sigg when I lost my Nalgene bottle (convenient, huh?) and my son has a mini Sigg. I love mine because it keeps the water tasting fresh. It can be in there for days and it still tastes as good as day 1. I think it's worth the price, just think how much more $$ you would spend buying bottled water instead. Plus, they look stylish, which is always nice!
snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
oh, and one of the problems with nalgene bottles is etching. bacteria can build up in the tiny cracks in the plastic. gross.
snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
i love my siggs! they keep water cold for hours, and they don't have that gross plastic-y taste that nalgenes sometimes have.
LiLRuck44 LiLRuck44 7 years
I agree that the unrecycled bottles are a huge problem, but aluminum? It has been linked to breast cancer and strongly to alzheimers. I love my reverse osmosis filter... although it took an entire night to figure out and put in!
anniekim anniekim 7 years
I recently tossed out some Nalgene bottles (#7s) and have been considering buying Siggs to take their place. My 4 yr old needs a bottle for camp as well. I like the sound and look of them, but they are kind of expensive. I'd appreciate any feed back on these bottles.
anniekim anniekim 7 years
I recently tossed out some Nalgene bottles (#7s) and have been considering buying Siggs to take their place. My 4 yr old needs a bottle for camp as well.I like the sound and look of them, but they are kind of expensive.I'd appreciate any feed back on these bottles.
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