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Keep this 12 oz. Coffee Mug handy for daily coffee stops—and beyond; it'll keep java hot for half the day. "My coffee mug lives on a carabiner attached to my backpacks for easy access for that morning drip from the coffee shop," says Latino Outdoors' Zavier Borja.
12 oz Coffee mug ($30)
Your beer can's best friend, the Cooler Cup fits a 12 oz. can of brew inside to keep it cold, not just cool. Or go ahead and take off the snug fit sleeve and—bingo!—it becomes the best beer cup at the keg.
12 oz Cooler Cup ($25)
Cold winter mornings are no match for the 20 oz. Coffee Cup with the new, leak proof Flex Sip Lid. "If there’s snow on the mountain, there’s coffee in my Hydro Flask keeping me warm and caffeinated" says outdoors photographer Nate Wyeth.
20 oz Coffee with Flex Sip lid™ ($35)
Take a warm breakfast to-go, thanks to this 18 oz. Food Flask that keeps cereal, soups, or chili hot for hours. "On powder days, I scoop some oatmeal and blueberries in my Food Jar," says outdoors photographer Nate Wyeth. "It's still piping hot when I get to the ski area."
18 oz food flask ($35)
Big adventures call for big water bottles, and this 40-ouncer will keep your beverage cold for 24 hours or hot for 12. "I try to drink a gallon of water a day." says Latino Outdoors' Zavier Borja, "and it just makes drinking water more fun."
40 oz Wide Mouth ($50)
The 12 oz. Coffee Mug keeps liquids hot for 12 hours and is sized right for coffee breaks throughout the day. "It stays by my side throughout the day," says pro mountain biker Hannah Barnes. "For coffee, tea, hot chocolate... this mug is part of my daily routine."
The Cooler Cup's split personality makes it work for hot drinks and cans or bottles of cold beverages. "It’s great for coffee in the morning and then keeping beers refreshingly cool later than afternoon," says outdoor photographer, Nate Wyeth.
Got friends joining your adventure? The Oasis is perfect for keeping in the car to enjoy ice cold water or hot chocolate after a long morning ride. Winter or summer, this always gets put to good use. —Hannah Barnes, pro-mountain biker
64 oz Oasis ($95)
The 14-liter Down Shift Hydration Pack lets you
take it all with you—and keep water cold for as long as 4 hours thanks to its revolutionary Cold Flow™ system. "Having raced with this in the Alps for back to back 9 hour days, this pack never skipped a beat," says pro-mountain biker, Hannah Barnes.
14 L Down Shift Hydration Pack ($145)
The ultimate coffee cup has arrived. The 16 oz. Coffee Cup with the new Flex Sip makes spills and leaks a thing of the past. "I love it!" says Hannah Barnes, pro-mountain biker. "The new Flex Sip lid never leaks a drop, and the flex strap makes it so easy to hold or attach to a rucksack."
16 oz coffee w/ flex Sip™ lid ($33)
The Packable Bottle Sling allows you to hydrate hands free. So go ahead, keep your camera at the ready to catch those epic scenes with your bottle by your side.
Medium Packable Bottle Sling ($25)
The 32 oz. Lightweight Trail Series bottle keeps beverages cold for 24 hours and is big enough to power an all-day trek. "I’m a big fan of water that stays cold throughout your hike," says outdoor photographer Nate Wyeth. "The Trail Series bottle has a permanent place in the side pocket of my pack."
32 oz Lightweight Trail Series™ ($50)
Bring a hot meal for two along for the ride, hike, adventure with the 20-liter Insulated Food Jar. "As it gets colder I put soups and chili’s in mine," says Latino Outdoors' Zavier Borja. "So great to be able to enjoy some comfort food on the trail."
20 oz Insulated Food Jar ($40)
Sleek soft cooler design has never looked so good. The insulated 15-liter Unbound Series Soft Cooler Pack is water tight and fits right. "This is becoming my favorite. It's ready for a rafting trip, an easy float down the river, or a picnic." says Zavier Borja, Latino Outdoors. "It keeps all my drinks and snacks cold all day long."
15 L Unbound Series™ Soft Cooler Pack ($175)
The to-go coffee cup just got perfected. The 12 oz. Coffee Cup fits under most coffee and espresso makers to reduce paper-cup waste. But its leakproof Flex Sip Lid seals the deal, literally.
12 oz coffee with flex Sip lid™ ($30)
The Cooler Cup's rubber top secures a can or bottle of beer. Take it off to use it as a insulated cup for hot coffee or beer from the keg. "I love products that are multi purpose and save space," says pro-mountain biker Hannah Barnes.
Not too big, not too small, the 21 oz. standard mouth with Sport Cap makes grabbing a one-handed sip a breeze and holds enough fluid for an hour or two on the water.
21 oz Standard Mouth w/ Sport Cap ($36)
The 20-liter waterproof Insulated Tote beats the hard-sided cooler and straps securely to a SUP or kayak. Its lightweight insulation keeps your food and drink chilled for 4 hours so you can stay refreshed on those mid day paddle sessions.
20 L Insulated Tote ($65)
"Better without the bulk" describes the 18-liter
Unbound Series Soft Cooler Tote. Big enough to bring food and drink for two to three people and light enough to shoulder. "After we load up our SUPs, we fill our Unbound Cooler full of snacks and beverages for those mid-paddle picnics," says photographer Nate Wyeth.
18 L Unbound Series™ Soft Cooler Tote ($175)
The 12 oz. Coffee Cup fits under most coffee and espresso makers to reduce paper-cup waste. But it's the new no-leak Flex Sip cap that seals the deal, literally. "My mug lives on a carabiner attached to my backpacks," says Latino Outdoors' Zavier Borja. "It's always there when I need it in town or on the trail."
12 oz coffee w/ flex Sip™ lid ($30)
The Small Packable Bottle Sling holds 18 - 24 oz. Standard Mouth Hydro Flask bottles and packs into its own pocket when not in use. "I use my Sling everyday for that morning walk around the neighborhood or trip to the store," says Latino Outdoors' Zavier Borja. "It allows my hands to be free and still bring my water bottle with me."
Small Packable Bottle Sling ($20)
Leash in one hand, Small Mouth with Sport Cap in the other. You're ready to walk the dog and take one-handed sips along the way.
For those that turn their afternoon dog walks into cocktail hour, the 16oz. Tumber with Straw Lid (sold separately) makes one-handed sipping of your favorite cocktail on ice easy-breezey.
16 oz Tumbler w/ straw lid ($38)
The 12 oz. Coffee cup fits under most coffee and espresso makers to reduce paper-cup waste. But it's the new leakproof Flex Sip Lid that seals the deal, literally.
12 oz Coffee with Flex Sip Lid™ ($38)
Lunch dates at the dog park made simple. The Lunch Tote keeps food for you, friends, and Fido, plus drinks cool for 4 hours. Just make sure to feed the dog(s) first!
8 L Lunch Tote ($45)
Go ahead, pour that 750ml of your favorite vino into the Wine Bottle. It'll fit and keep your Reislings or Rosés at the perfect temperature until ready to pour.
25 oz Wine Bottle ($45)
Finally, a rough-n-tumbler for fine wines that keeps them at their perfect temperature with plenty of room to let them breathe. Sized big enough to-go.
10 oz Wine Tumbler ($30)
The 5-liter Large Insulated Lunch Box keeps mid-day meals cold, not just cool, for hours, while its semi-hard shell protects delicate foods inside from damage and gear outside from leaks. "Lunchbox envy is real, even for adults," says outdoors photographer Nate Wyeth.
Large Insulated Lunch Box ($55)
Hydrate the squad with cold, cold liquids from the 64 oz. Oasis. It's easy-pour top and handle make handling a snap. It'll keep fluids cold for 24 hours or hot for 12. Perfect for that overnight car camping trip to the perfect sunrise spot.
Shouldering your food and drinks is soooo much easier than lifting a hard-sided cooler with your arms. The Insulated Tote's lightweight insulation will keep your food chilled for 4 hours so no need to rush your frisbee or spikeball session.
35 L Insulated tote ($75)
The to-go coffee cup just got perfected. The 12 oz. Coffee Cup fits under most coffee and espresso makers to reduce paper-cup waste. But it's the no-leak Flex Sip cap that seals the deal, literally.
12 oz Coffee w/ Flex Sip™ lid ($30)
Take that post-workout yogurt and fruit medley with you thanks to the Insulated Food Jar. It keeps foods fresh for hours and cleans up easily in the dishwasher. Snacking just got a whole lot fresher.
12 oz insulated food jar ($35)
The classic 32 oz. Hyrdro Flask insulated bottle with Wide Mouth opening and Straw Lid is still the gold standard for cold hydration on the go. "It's so easy to drink from, which encourages me to hydrate more throughout the day," says pro-mountain biker Hannah Barnes.
32 oz Wide Mouth w/ Straw Lid ($50)
Keep your go-to smoothie for after yoga class cold with the 22 oz. Tumbler with Press-In Straw Lid (sold separately). The slim shape fits easily in your hand or cup holder and the straw makes sipping all of that yummy goodness a breeze.
22 oz Tumbler with press-in straw lid ($40)
Head to your morning yoga with the 20-liter Insulated Tote. Its water-resistant construction will keep fresh dairy and produce from the farms cold for up to 4 hours.