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Hydro Flask. Made to be your go-to side kick from office to trailhead, Hydro Flask stainless steel water bottles are vacuum-insulated and keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot for hours.

Hydro Flask

Made to be your go-to side kick from office to trailhead, Hydro Flask stainless steel water bottles are vacuum-insulated and keep cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot for hours.

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    Stay hydrated and well fed

    Hydro Flask is a name practically synonymous with steel vacuum-insulated bottles, but there’s more to them than that. They also make insulated food jars, soft coolers, lunch boxes, steel wine glasses, plates and bowls with trail-ready lids.

    Always the right temperature

    Water bottles are some of Hydro Flask’s most popular products, since they keep drinks cold for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours. The double-walled insulation prevents hot food from burning your fingers (and it means they won’t sweat either). Food-grade stainless steel means maximum toughness in their bottles, tumblers and food containers. Screw-top bottles give you spill-proof options, so you won’t accidently soak your change of clothes if your bag gets tipped over.

    Rooted in nature

    The Hydro Flask headquarters is based in Bend, Oregon, and nature provides inspiration for their simple designs and colour choices. Nature is also a big part of Hydro Flask’s focus on giving back – they have a charitable program called Parks For All that supports outdoor focused non-profits (it’s given back more than $2.5 million so far).

    Whether you’re camping or you need a water filter-compatible bottle for your next hiking trip, there’s a Hydro Flask bottle to help keep your water cold. Need more tips for what to bring along? See our useful camping checklist so you don’t forget a thing.