Hydro Flask's New Skyline Series Draws Color Inspiration From Urban Landscapes
Double wall insulated flasks with a subtle color palette pulled from the cityscape
Finding the right water bottle for daily use can be surprisingly annoying. Some are too big and bulky. Others not ergonomically designed, or too flashy. The new Hydro Flask Skyline Series aims to solve all of the above with a fresh color scheme inspired by the hues of the urban landscape—brick, stone, concrete, metal, and sky.
We’re long time Hydro Flask fans here at Field Mag—the stainless steel, double-wall vacuum construction is, in our experience, the best available, even among a sea of other water bottle options—but we’ll be honest, the kooky colors and hyper-playful vibe can be a bit much for us at times. Which is why we’re taking the time to cue you in on the release.
The subdued colorways of the Skyline Series are a welcomed departure for the Bend, Oregon-based brand, designed specifically with outdoor-loving city-dwellers like yours truly in mind. Same great construction as usual, better colorways. What’s not to love?
The Skyline Series colors are expected to roll out across much of the brand soon, though as of now it seems only the 21 oz Standard Bottle ($33), 25 oz Wine Bottle ($45), and 10 oz Wine Tumbler ($30) are available now. All insulated, all hardwearing, and all perfect for keeping hot stuff hot and cold stuff cold, whether you’re commuting to work, hitting the gym, lounging on the couch or at the park.