​The Best Booze For Backpacking, And How To Take It With You

Hiking through the mountains, riding dirt bikes, catching fish or chasing critters can be thirsty work. But, outdoors activities also put huge restrictions on the weight and size of what you can carry with you. Here's how to relax around a campfire with a nice drink at the end of a long day, without breaking your back. »11/06/14 3:09pm11/06/14 3:09pm

Fill This Metal Blood Bag Flask With Other Life-Giving Liquids

The unique shape of this stainless steel flask makes it look like a blood bag full of life-giving serum for the T-1000 from Terminator 2, and that's not too far from the truth. The prototype for the Liquid Body Flask—designed by the folks at The Principals—was actually created by pumping water into a couple of panels… »9/23/14 5:00pm9/23/14 5:00pm

Carbon Fiber Flask: At Least Your Booze Will Survive the Apocalypse

When World War III finally starts and the planet is decimated by nuclear bombs, facing a post-apocalyptic future will be a lot easier with a swig from this seemingly indestructible flask. Designed by Oakley working with The Macallan, The Flask—as it's called—is made from such Tonka-tough materials as carbon fiber,… »2/27/13 12:40pm2/27/13 12:40pm

The Flask Tie: Because Drinking on the Job Wasn't Easy Enough

No longer do the office drones of the world have to bury their hooch deep inside a drawer, or hide it inside a hollowed-out annual report. This stylish microfiber neckcessory known as the Flask Tie's got a six ounce pouch hidden in the longer hanging part, and an easy access straw tucked away in the short bit. »12/13/12 1:20pm12/13/12 1:20pm

Why Don't Pistols Come With Built-In Flasks Anymore?

These days it's a little unsettling to see a firearm with a canteen attached, particularly because it's probably safe to assume it was rarely filled with just water. But back in 1862 when this Colt Navy 4-Screw Revolver was originally manufactured, carrying a gun everywhere you went was commonplace, and a built-in… »12/04/12 10:00am12/04/12 10:00am

Art Meets Science At This Giant Seething Flask Sculpture

What looks like a mad scientist's oversized scheme to conquer the city of Winnipeg is actually a half million dollar sculpture created by artist Bill Pechet. Standing 35 feet tall, the Emptyful artpiece towers over the city's Millennium Library Plaza looking like a constantly brewing science experiment thanks to a… »10/09/12 5:00pm10/09/12 5:00pm