Carbon Fiber Flask by The Macallan x Oakley

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Whether it’s the 12, 18 or coveted 25 year, The Macallan is a personal favorite scotch of ours. With that being said it comes as no surprise that this carbon fiber flask created in collaboration with Oakley was an instant win for us.

Next time you’re sipping this Highland Single Malt on the go, do so from one of these bad boys. Tapping the team at sunglasses maker Oakley, the two brands have crafted this high end flask from a combination of durable, lightweight materials including food grade steel, aerospace-grade aluminum, and of course the most obvious, carbon fiber. This flask has a ton of nifty features as well including a rubberized bottom and double sprung cap among other things. Expect to spend around $900 USD for this unique flask. Check out the test video below.

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