The All-Day Adventure Flask combines the best functionality of beverage making into one simple bottle built for the campground, but still kitchen counter cool.
Share the love with a silicone sleeve on the bottom to protect the base from small drops. It is removable to double as a mug for friends or pets. Measurements are included on the inside for cooking at camp.
We constructed the Flask of double-wall stainless steel coated in a durable powder coat. We even added a silicone sleeve to protect the bottom against small drops.
easy to clean
With an ultra-wide mouth and an Electropolish to combat nastiness. Hands work really well with a non-abrasive sponge, cloth, t-shirt, or friend’s sleeping bag. Leave the bottle brush at home.
Freeze the steel core to keep colds colder without diluting them with ice. The thermal core also acts as a muddle for cocktail hour.
Spice up your life with a little infusion of flavor to your H2O. With infused water you're flying high through the clouds on a magic carpet trying to find your big blue genie friend. What the hell is in this water? Amazing.WATCH THE VIDEO
TOTAL VOLUME: ................. 32oz/950ml
FLASK VOLUME: ................. 25oz/750ml
STEEL FILTER VOLUME: ....12oz/355ML
TOTAL HEIGHT: ...................11”/283mm
WIDTH: ................................. 3.7”/94mm
7 Summit Artist Series
Lake Day! Craft all of your favorite beverages in the 32 oz. All-Day Adventure Flask. Voted "Best Tailgating Gear of 2022" by Outside Magazine. Hibear’s versatile, insulated, easy-to-clean, and rugged utility bottle is designed to make everything from cold brew to tea to cocktails, yet it's simple enough to use as an everyday water bottle.
The Seven Summits design represent the highest mountains on each of the seven continents. Summiting all seven is considered to be a huge mountaineering feat (mad respect). Seven Summits artist Lauren Ouye has always had a passion for art and design, which was only enhanced further through her love for the outdoors. Inspired by her experiences backpacking in the Sierras, she explores the use of linework most commonly found on the ever too familiar topographic maps. Her use of expressive lines aims to connect you to the places you love most, allow you to find beauty in being lost, and encourage you to seek new adventures.