Old School & New School

Popular Mechanics | February 01, 2014

Stanley celebrates a century of leak-proof, rustproof service with a limited-edition steel bottle in vintage green. Vacuum insulation keeps beverages hot or cold for up to 24 hours, and you can use the lid as an 8-ounce cup to sip the joe the way gramps did. 


What's the Best OR Gear for Less Than $30?

Outside | January 25, 2014

Then I watched a few buyers pull the glasses out of their retro carrying case, stack them, and go crazy for them. Maybe I got caught up in the party, but I walked away from my meeting with Stanley wanting to start bringing these sharp shooters into the woods. Well done, Stanley


Editors’ Pick: we saw, we like, we want to test

Outdoor Retailer Daily | January 01, 2014

Keep your brew cool at camp with this vacuum pint glass. There’s a built-in opener on the container to get things rolling.


Extreme Relaxation: The Best Gear for Hanging at the Ski Lodge

Wired | November 01, 2013

No more flask funk. The eCycle’s lid flips open to let you clean the container after you’ve finished off your 8-ounce Bulldozer. It’s made of recycled plastic, so maybe it’ll be reborn as your sobriety coin when you hop back on the wagon.


Kit Starters: Grownup Gear

Outside | October 23, 2013

Fancy down insulation is one way to keep warm. A swig of Jim Bean is another. Stanley’s eight-ounce, stainless-steel Classic Flask is rustproof, it slides easily into the pocket of your cargo pants, and the wide-mouth opening obviates the need for a funnel when filling

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