FNDN Flask Gloves

Nov 19, 2018

Category: Gear

In the colder months, one of the oldest tricks in the book for staying warm and loosening up is having a strong drink. After all, it was most typically brandy in those barrels that rescue St. Bernards carried around their necks. Now, however, you no longer need a giant dog to bring you booze when you’re out on the slopes, thanks to the FNDN Flask Gloves.

Featuring everything you’d expect out of modern snow gloves — including touchscreen-compatible fingertips, 3M Thinsulate insulation, a waterproof liner, and silicone grip on the palms — these are excellent winter hand-warmers through and through. But they have a secret hidden feature: dual zippered pockets that hide a pair of included 10-ounce BPA-free collapsible flasks. Better still, the flasks feature built-in straws for hands-free sipping. Whatever your beverage of choice, you can bring it with you out on the mountains with the FNDN Flask Gloves for $80 a pair.

Purchase: $80

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