Finding ways to stealthily transport alcohol has been a long-time obsession for man. We've used just about anything imaginable to do so, too, including fruit and animal bladders. Around the 18th century, though, we found a more refined and possibly more sanitary way to do so with the hip flask, which, at the time, was mostly used by the privileged class. So it should come as no surprise that The Macallan and Oakley's recent collaboration has amounted to the most over-engineered and expensive mass-produced flask known to man.
You might think that's really dumb, but it's actually really awesome.
The aptly named The Flask is a ~$900 (£600), well, flask that was born from Oakley's Advance Product Development Team, which basically comes up with anything that might be considered "cutting edge" or unconventional for the sporting equipment purveyor. This specific division of the design team also works on things like Oakley's "standard issue" series of gear, which the US military often uses.