10 Hydro Flask Products You Probably Didn’t Know Existed

Go beyond your standard water bottle!

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December 15, 2019
By: Katie M.

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Oh Hydro Flask, how do we love thee? Seriously though, what did we ever do without our trusty, reusable water bottle at our side? Well, it turns out that the beloved brand has a lot more than just one product. In fact, they have products for coffee-drinking, beer-guzzling, wine-pouring, camping adventures and even sad desk lunches. Here, 10 of our favorite Hydro Flask products that go way beyond your standard water bottle.

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OK, so this is your standard water bottle. However, it is a limited-edition collection inspired by famous desert landscapes around the country. Whether you’re into sunsets in summer, quiet nights in winter or just dig the natural hues, these bottles won’t be around for long, so don’t miss out!

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Don’t be fooled by outward appearances. Although this bottle can technically be filled with water, it was designed to fit an entire bottle of wine. (That’s right — the whole bottle.) It will keep reds at your desired temp and whites, rosés and sangrias chilled for up to 48 hours. Consider this the perfect companion for everything from outdoor movies to overnight camping trips.

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And, what do you need to go with said wine bottle? Why, wine tumblers, of course. These adorable cups include a worry-free lid that eliminates any fear of spillage.

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In need of the perfect holiday gift? Look no further. These limited-edition tumblers with straws come in four adorable hues and are perfect for busy students or working professionals who are trying to up their H2O intake. (No pressure, but that fuchsia pink is calling our name.)

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Coffee, anyone? This neat mug features double-wall vacuum technology that keeps hot beverages hot twice as long as traditional mugs and fits in most standard car cupholders. Whether you brew at home or pop into Starbucks, this mug will save you a ton of money.

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If you want an on-the-go drink or snack but don’t feel like lugging around a huge cooler, may we recommend the insulated lunch tote? From afar, this looks like your standard carryall tote bag — but don’t be fooled. It can keep items chilled for up to four hours, making it perfect for bike rides, afternoon adventures and even lunch transportation to work.

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Make happy hour even happier with this growler, perfect for craft beer, margaritas or other batch cocktails. It features an easy-pour handle for passing around drinks and can keep beverages cold for up to 24 hours. Plus, many craft breweries will even fill it up with their own brews, so you can take their monthly offerings home with you.

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These soft, east-to-pack coolers are perfect for everything from beach trips and picnic lunches to soccer games and camping weekends. They’re formulated with thick insulation to keep food and drinks chilled for up to 48 hours and come in five gorg colors and four sizes.

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Consider this the Koozie reinvented. Its brilliantly versatile silicone sleeve can be kept on the top to securely hold a narrow bottle or can, or it can be placed on the bottom of an average-sized beer or soda can. While it’s not keeping a can or bottle cold, this cooler cup can be used, simply, as a cup! That's what we like to call the ultimate multitasker.

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Another limited-edition collection? You bet. It’s slightly smaller than your standard Hydro at 21 ounces but perfect for gym runs, car cupholders or running errands. Plus, the sleek new colors add an air of sophistication, don’t you think?

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