Field Tested : Stanley Flask
December 20, 2010, 7:32 pm
Filed under: Angling, Field Tested

Recently I was gifted a new Stanley Classic Flask by my wife for the holidays. I had been talking about it for sometime and when the package came from Campmor I had a hunch as to what it was.

Aside from swigging bourbon from it around my house I decided to take it out with me this weekend when I went flyfishing. While there isn’t much “testing” involved for a flask, I must say it did perform flawlessly on my outing. The flask, which I threw in my chest pack, did not spill a drop of precious bourbon while wading. And when I wanted a sip to keep my spirits lifted the flask delivered its tasty contents with no drips.

The final verdict on the Classic Flask from Stanley, well lets just say it gets is that it gets a seal of approval from The Wildwood. (For whatever that is worth)


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Great shots. I have yet to fly-fish on snow covered ground. There’s always this year though. Cheers!

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