Since the company’s inception in 2009, Hydro Flask has emerged as a market leader in the vacuum-insulated water bottle game, with the Oregon outfit consistently setting the standard within the segment. And the Bend-based business has now rolled out an even more refined version of its flagship bottle with the new Trail Series.
Constructed from 18/8 professional-grade stainless steel, the Trail Series’ vacuum-insulated walls have been designed to be markedly thinner than the standard models’, allowing for a 25% reduction in weight without compromising on strength or structural integrity, or the Hydro Flask’s TEMPSHIELD’s proven ability to keep cold drinks cold for a full 24-hours and hot drinks hot for 12. Furthermore, a revised Honeycomb widemouth cap — which is paired with aluminum pivots and a perforated strap — allows for more added lightness, making it all the more conducive to EDC use. Offered in 24oz and 32oz sizes, the Trail Series comes adorned in one of three mineral-based colors: Obsidian; Slate; and Clay. Available now, the Hydro Flask Trail Series starts at $45 for the cylindrical 24oz-spec and goes up to $50 for the more bulbous 32oz version.