6 Adventure-Ready Flasks For Fall, Because You’re That Friend
The search for the perfect flask is something of an art form. Too small, and its use is limited. Too large and it’s hard to carry with you. The wrong material and it affects the taste – and temperature – of your secret stash. Like I said, an art form.
And because you’re that friend (don’t worry, I am too), you know that the flask you do finally choose to embark on your fall adventures with will say so many things about you without saying anything at all.
So, while everyone else is packing their vegan cookies and dehydrated meals, you’re doing the real holy work and remembering the important stuff. The stuff that picks up everyone’s morale at the end of the day. The stuff that warms you from the inside out when you’re wet and tired. The stuff that makes those long, trying days all worth it. The stuff that adventure-ready flasks were made for.
From a sleek and simple titanium flask crafted in Japan to a ceramic flask with leather and cork details, there’s something on this list for everyone and every adventure.
At $170, Snow Peak’s Titanium Flask isn’t one you’ll want to be careless with, but it is one you’ll be proud to carry everywhere. Made in Japan and ultralight in weight, not only is this flask the perfect pocket size, but it’s also beautiful to look at, as well. Pay your respects to this flask by filling it with your favorite Japanese whiskey (the included funnel makes that an easy process), and safely store the flask back in its carrying case for your next adventure.
It’s a flask. It’s a tumbler. It’s a flashlight. It’s a compass. It’s the incredible super VSSL Flask!
Okay, maybe calling it the super flask is a little exaggerated, but this is one seriously versatile vessel. Especially when space is tight, and you can only pack the essentials. Which a flask clearly qualifies as. At 9.375" x 2" and weighing in at 1.31 lbs., packing this flask in your pack for your next adventure won’t be a problem. It’s only a problem if you forget to refill it.
With a retro look, portable size, and an easy-to-refill-no-funnel-needed wide mouth, this stylish little flask from Stanley is about to be your new favorite adventure companion. With a never-lose cap and coming in five colors from Wine Red to Polar white, or the Stanley signature Hammertone Green, this is one of those flasks that’s so cool even your straightedge friends will be jealous of.
Ceramic, leather, and cork – the trifecta of design. And the details you never knew you needed in a flask until this very moment. The Misc. Goods Co. Ceramic Flask may not be the most lightweight or even the most practical if you’re on a through-hike or similar adventure, but it sure is pretty to look at. And luckily, it packs well in a car if overlanding is more your thing.
The Misc. Goods Co. Ceramic Flask is made in the USA and comes in two colors, white or black.
A touch of leather. A dash of copper. And up-cycled fly line to bring it all together. Does it get any classier than that? (The answer is no.)
Holding 6 oz. of your favorite libation, these one-of-a-kind leather-wrapped copper flasks are a statement piece. Coming in a variety of American tanned leathers, from Natural Brown Chromexcel to Marine Blue, and utilizing two stitching options, these flasks fit as well around a campfire as they do on a mountaintop.
The flask to top all other flasks, the High Camp Firelight 750 Flask isn’t just for drinking – it’s for admiring. Because when you pull this flask out of your bag, whether you’re on the trail or setting up camp, it’s sure to turn heads. Pair that with the High Camp Flask Tumbler Set and new Highball Shaker, and you have one very impressive cocktail bar to-go.