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Move over beer and water – the new Hydro Flask Tumblers are perfect for showcasing coffee, tea, and whatever else your thirst desires!

Ok, so the new Hydro Flask tumblers can still accommodate beer and water, but the latest addition to Hydro Flask’s beverage holder arsenal really expands the options even further.

We’ll keep water icy cold on a hot sunny beach. And serve up a hot coffee on the chairlift ride. We’ll sit patiently by your camp chair with frosty cold beer while you gather wood for the fire. Or keep you hydrated on a hike: ice, water, go. And five hours later, after driving to the trailhead and climbing  2,000 feet, you’ll still have ice and water while you enjoy the view. We’ll bring you hot tea on misty riverside mornings when the steelhead are running, hot cocoa to coax your kids along a snowy trail, and a refreshing sip of “all-about-you” during Saturday afternoon yoga. We’re not just along for the ride. We’re along to help make the ride awesome.

22 oz in Cobalt

Read about the technical specs here, but for anyone who has had one – Hydro Flask delivers on its promises. It’s a challenge to “review” a tumbler, but I (along with a billion other Hydro Flask carriers) can attest to its properties. It keeps drinks super cold forever (hyperbolic, but not by much) and warm drinks in their peak zone for up to 6 hours. The tumblers include their new insulation (hyperlinked above).

The 32 ounce is probably too big for coffee (at least for me), but I discovered how amazingly ideal for smoothies. My weekend breakfast is always a kale, avocado, banana, and almond milk smoothie. I usually make enough for me to get to (and sometimes through) lunch, but I end up always having to drink it in relatively quick succession due to not wanting to drink a room temperature smoothie out of a glass. With the 32 ounce tumbler, I can pack around twice as much, keep it super cold, and utilize the new press-in lid with a straw. Worth it right there. The 22 ounce tumbler is perfect for a coffee on the go. The only drawback is my hope that they will develop a press-in lid that can be closed, for those of us who tend to be pretty clumsy and are in constant fear that coffee will end up on my dress shirts.

Hydro Flask Tumbler – $39.95 (32 oz) / $29.95 (22 oz) / $7.50 (Press-in Lid – included with purchase)

  • Narrow design is easy to hold and fits into most cup holders
  • Insulated press-in lid, so you can take your beverage anywhere, features Honeycomb insulation™ for additional temperature control
  • TempShield™ insulation keeps cold drinks cold for up to 24 hours and hot drinks hot for up to 6 hours
  • Sweat-free thanks to our insulation, eliminating bottle condensation
  • Hydro Flask unique powder coat adds slip-free grip and extra durability
  • Durable 18/8 Pro Grade Stainless Steel construction
  • Lifetime Warranty

*”More About” information taken from the company’s website. We like to let their own stories speak for themselves, because we review companies that have real personality and passion about what they do.

Thank you to Hydro Flask for providing us with samples. Please read our transparency page for info on how we do our reviews.

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About Matt Rasmussen (994 Articles)
Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching the Olympics, sampling craft beers, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010. Matt joined the Run Oregon team in October 2011, and since then he has spearheaded the blog’s efforts to cover product reviews, news about businesses related to running, and running events in the Willamette Valley.

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