The high liquid flow steel bottle
The historic Elite's Syssa bottle evolves into a striking and performing stainless steel model, the Syssa Race.
Together with the Deboyo Race, the Syssa Race is the only commercially available steel bottle that features the innovative Elite cap designed to ensure quick and copious liquid floweven when you can't squeeze the bottle, such as with steel ones.
The Syssa Race, featuring a protective cover to shield the spout from external agents and compatible with all bottlecages, is also perfect for urban and sports use.
Available in pure stainless steel or with a black matte finish, the Syssa Race is a resistant and eco-friendly bottle, destined to have a very long life cycle.
The Syssa Race is the perfect bottle for urban and sports use thanks to its stainless steelbody, which ensures resistance to significant breaking loads, perfect for gravel and mountain bike courses.
Steel is also very resistant to corrosion as it's inert compared to the substances it comes into contact with: water, supplements, detergents and high acidity drinks have no risk of corroding it.
The Syssa Race features the innovative cap with the same technology as the cap on the FLY bottles, the ideal integration to make this bottle perfect for both urban and outdoor use; with the push-pull nozzle you'll enjoy an easier and tripled liquid flow compared to standard caps with no need to squeeze the bottle.
This is a particularly useful feature for steel bottles.
The Syssa Race features a protective plastic cover for the cap to ensure max protection from dust, mud and other external agents that might settle on the spout while you're riding your bicycle on offroad or gravel courses.
Other than the cover, steel is also a safe, hygienic and easy to clean material: as you can untighten the cap you'll just need to fill the bottle with hot water and a drop of neutral detergent, shake it and empty the bottle, rinsing it repeatedly and carefully dry it off.
Syssa Race is also eco-friendly: steel is an infinitely recyclable material, indeed it's the world's most recycled.