Sierra Sippin All Day Adventure Flask
Sierra Sippin All Day Adventure Flask
Sierra Sippin All Day Adventure Flask
Sierra Sippin All Day Adventure Flask
Sierra Sippin
Sierra Sippin&

Sierra Sippin'

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Rise & grind! Craft all of your favorite beverages in your 32 oz. All-Day Adventure Flask. Voted "Best Tailgating Gear of 2022" by Outside Magazine.

Customer Reviews

Based on 76 reviews
Sherry Cyr
accessory bag

I had ordered it with the accessory pkg. Unfortunately, I guess you ran out of the bag. We at least got the accessories and flask. I'd really like to get just the bag now. ??

Monica Cox
Great tea infuser

I love this Night Hike. I bought it for camping because of its versatility. But now I use it at home for my morning tea. Who says I have to use a “teapot”!!!

Lauren Ryals

Love it

Daria Gardynik
Great Chai container

Fine strainer for tea. Should have instructions for use of each use.

Robin Thornton

Well as soon as this arrived I washed it and filled it with water and added some blueberries. Worked perfect, next morning I made coffee in it again perfect. It actually keeps cold things cold and hot things hot. Haven’t had a chance to try mixed drinks yet. But I was so impressed bye this drink system that I had to give some positive feedback ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Limited Edition Artist Series (V2)




Time for some road trippin’ with the Sierra Sippin’ through California’s iconic mountains. Craft all of your favorite beverages in the 32 oz. All-Day Adventure Flask. Voted "Best Tailgating Gear of 2022" by Outside MagazineHibear’s versatile, insulated, easy-to-clean, and rugged utility bottle is designed to make everything from cold brew to tea to cocktails, yet it's simple enough to use as an everyday water bottle.

Wondering how? Demystify the flask here.

The Sierra Sippin' illustration takes you through the Sierra Range geographically, beginning with the northern area of Lake Tahoe, then traveling through Yosemite Valley, passing the iconic Half Dome, and getting a peak of Bridal Falls. Later, we venture through Ansel Adams Wilderness and get a dramatic view of Banner Peak before we end with a close-up of the highest peak in the contiguous United States, Mount Whitney.

Bryn Merrell spent several years working in the outdoor industry before forging her own path as an independent artist. Spending most of her free time outdoors, Bryn creates a playful and whimsical interpretation of her surroundings through a variety of mediums. Many of her pieces are reflections of her love and fascination for the Sierra Range.

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