The Tactical Frontier Straw Filter is a pocket-size power house ready to provide safe and reliable backcountry water. The compact, ultralight design makes it one of the easiest portable water filtration solutions available.
The simple-to-use straw allows you to drink from a cup, bottle, or directly from a water source. It features a reusable pouch that can be filled when needed or used for storage when the filter is not in use. This straw filter features our BLU Line protection—a trusty basic level of protection which is ideal for fast moving streams and springs. Each filter features activated coconut shell which reduces waterborne chemicals while improving the taste, odor, and clarity of emergency drinking water.
- BLU Line Parasite Filter with up to 450 ml/minute flow rate
- Miraguard™ Antimicrobial* Technology suppresses the growth of bacteria, algae, fungus, mold and mildew within the filter media
- Lightweight and compact 1 oz. portable protection
- Filters 30 gallons
- BPA free, chemical free, and iodine free
- Filter made in the USA
Frontier BLU Line Protection is achieved using Aquamira Micro-Absorption Technology. This unique filtration technology combines the power of activated coconut shell carbon with medical grade micro-porous plastic to create much more than a “taste and odor” filter. Frontier BLU Line filters have been thoroughly tested by independent laboratories and have proven to consistently remove protozoan cysts to ANSI/NSF Standard 52 and US EPA standards. The addition of sub-micron carbon particles into the filter media increases the absorptive capability required to remove chlorine and harmful chemicals, bad tastes, and odors to ANSI/NSF Standard 42 requirements. Frontier BLU Line Filters have been tested and proven effective in removing cyanotoxins such as Microcystin and other biotoxins. Frontier BLU Line Filters are the low cost, high value choice for everyday use, providing the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you and your family are protected from protozoan and chemical contaminants which are responsible for the vast majority of all waterborne illnesses.