Stanley Vacuum Insulated Stein

Sep 13, 2016

Category: Gear

Hot days call for cold beers. Unfortunately, hot days also make for warm beers. Or at least they do if you aren’t sipping your suds out of the Stanley Vacuum Insulated Stein.

Originally, stein’s were popularized to keep fleas, flies, and other insects out of your beer. Now, this modern day stein is built less to keep things out and more to keep the cold and carbonation in. This 24 ounce stainless steel flip top lid is built to keep your favorite beer nice and cold for up to 9 hours while out in the woods or at a tailgate party before the game. Coming in the classic hammertone green, it’s the perfect go-to for football season. Prices are set at just $30. [Purchase]

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