These handsome modern flasks feature a glass container wrapped in a baseball-stitched leather jacket. A cutout in each case lets you see how much booze you have left, and it comes with both stainless steel and plastic leakproof lids. The set includes 100 mL and 240 mL flasks. Also sold individually or with silicone jackets.
When is a flask not just a flask? When it’s a three-piece bar set, so you can share drinks with a friend. High Camp’s Firelight 750 consists of a vacuum-insulated flask and a pair of 6 oz. “six-shooter” steel tumblers. The flask holds up to 750ml, a full bottle of wine, or other spirits. Comes in stainless, copper, or gunmetal finishes.
While we’re not sure any ceramic object should be called “rugged,” we do love the look of this handmade ceramic travel flask from Drifter Mercantile. It also won’t set off metal detectors. The flask has a shiny black glaze, embossed “DRIFTER” logotype, and a leather strap to hold its cork stopper in place. Also available in white.
Cognitive Surplus offers all kinds of great gifts for lovers of science, engineering, nature, and the world around us. We love their festive flasks which feature detailed illustrations with a tactile feel. They’re made from stainless steel with a wide mouth opening, and hold up to 18oz of hot or cold beverages.
Hibear makes the most versatile insulated bottle you can buy. The stainless steel All-Day Adventure Flask holds up to 32 oz. and includes the parts needed to make pour-over and cold brew coffee, tea, cocktails, infusions, and more. The silicone sleeve at its bottom can also be removed and used as a mug.
Memobottle is expanding its plastic slimline bottle series to add stainless steel versions. The new bottles feature the same bag-friendly profiles and leakproof caps as their BPA-free plastic cousins and come in 8 oz., 16 oz., 20 oz. and 33 oz. sizes in either black or white matte finishes.
BrüMate’s drink flasks feature a look inspired by vintage WWII gasoline “jerry” cans. They hold 8 oz. of your drink of choice and are cast from stainless steel with a special food-safe coating to eliminate any metallic aftertaste. They’re available in numerous colors, including some cool camouflage patterns.
Roark’s handsome and unique drink flask features a stainless steel body, wrapped in authentic Harris Tweed. The famed Scottish wool textile feels great in the hand and looks great with its rich weave of fall colors. Each end is wrapped in stitched leather, and it features an official Harris Tweed label on back.
The Dividere Flask is an 8oz stainless steel hip flask that has two chambers, allowing you to carry two drinks in one container. You can twist the cap to switch between the chambers or dispense from both at once for mixing. It also has windows for both chambers.
Most flasks are made from stainless steel or pewter. For those looking for something different, this pure titanium model is worth a look. It’s lightweight but substantial, non-toxic, rust- and corrosion-proof, and adds no taste to beverages inside. Holds 6.1 fluid ounces.
JACE.design offers drinkware, phone cases, posters and more that you can customize with a print of your desired location or coordinates. For the cases, bags and posters, you can zoom in on or out of the location and pick from a handful of drawing styles.
A very special, very limited-edition flask, handcrafted in England by the Sheffield Pewter Craft Company for Vansh. Each one features a dramatic image of the Greek god of the sea set into its face. Holds 4oz, forged from 100% rustproof pewter and acid washed for effect.
What’s that you say? You need to step away and take a call? It may look like a smartphone, but it’s actually a flask for your favorite spirits. The iFlask holds 5oz. and doubles as a bottle opener for those times when you prefer beer to whiskey. It’s 46% off in The Awesomer Shop.