The Hydro Flask Insulated Stainless Steel Flask is the newest addition and a warm welcome to my backcountry gear list. I never replaced my Nissan stainless thermos after it lost its ability to keep my drinks warm by the time I got to the top of the mountain on a cold winter ski tour. I’ve missed not having a hot bevi and forgot how sweet it is.
Hydro Flask Review
There are many advantages to the Hydro Flask as the company’s focus is just perfecting these double insulated bottles, nothing else. The bottles don’t sweat or condense on the outside keeping things dry that touch it including your nice antique table.
No matter how hot or cold the liquid is on the inside, the outside is always grab-able. The bottles are constructed with non-toxic food-grade stainless steel and soy-based inks, not that you’ll be licking the outside of the bottle but your dog will. The most compelling spec is the Vacuum Insulated Technology.
Hydro Flask claims to be the first and only all-vacuum-insulated bottle company in the world, what they put their energy into and do it the best. Their claim and I believe it, is to keep hot liquids hot for 12 hours and cold liquids cold for 24 hours.
Hydro Flask Sizes
Hydro Flask Standard is available in:
Hydra Flask Wide Mouth Sizing:
Hydro Flask stainless steel bottles are the perfect way to keep your hydration levels in check. The 18-ounce (or the Hydro Flask 40 oz if you’re a true addict) also makes for a great way to carry your tea and coffee.
If you are in the market for a new water bottle or thermos, look no further than the Hydro Flask Insulated Bottle ($29.95), it’ll replace all of your plastic bottles and fill the need for hot tea and cold energy drinks on your own adventures.
Using reusable bottles is a great and easy way to help cut down on using plastic water bottles.