Stanley Classic Flask 8oz

Night cap

Campfire stories, followed by a good night's sleep, are guaranteed on a camping trip with a shot of whisky from your flask. The Classic Stanley Flask is perfect for such occasions. 

In 1913, William Stanley Jr invented the all-steel vacuum bottle and revolutionised the portability of hot and cold food and beverages. The Classic Flask can be easily packed into a rucksack or slipped into the pocket of your M-65; it's slim, rugged and  made from stainless steel, so it won't rust.

If you enjoy a little too much whisky, the handy integrated lanyard will protect you from losing the cap. The seal is secure and tight, and won't leak its contents. In the classic Stanley Hammertone Green, it looks tough too.

Stanley also make matching stainless steel shot cups, if you don't fancy sharing the wide mouth of the flask with your companions before climbing into your sleeping bag under the stars.

Thought we'd mention this wonderful book by Charlie Whistler titled: Campfire Stories and Adirondack Adventures

 

 Wonderful stories about generations of Whistlers and their cabin on Requite Lake 

Wonderful stories about generations of Whistlers and their cabin on Requite Lake 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Details

Category: Kit

Country of Origin : USA

Designer: William Stanley Jr

Brand/Make/Model: Stanley

Type: Classic Flask 8oz

Year: 1913 to date

Why: Tough, rugged and useable. 

Website: stanley-pmi.com

Photography: Jonathan West

Location: Donnington Barn