We've been hard at work on our next product, FlavorFuze. After noticing that there weren't any fruit infusers for Hydro Flasks on the market, we decided to make our own!
We're still working out some kinks and testing the prototypes, but here's a preview. Should be ready in about a month, so check back for more details soon!
It's finally back in stock! Our newly redesigned HikerPouch is the best leather bottle carrying pouch on the market only bottle sling you'll need. Put your phone or wallet in the side pocket, hook your keys onto one of the side clips, adjust the shoulder strap length to your perfect fit, and you're ready for adventure!
We designed HikerPouch primarily for 40-oz Hydro Flasks, but you can also use it with many other bottles as well. Just as long as your bottle isn't wider than about 3.7 inches, you should be good to go!
HikerPouch still has that rustic leather look that fits great with the outdoors. No designer leather here. Plus, HikerPouch is made with vegetable-tanned leather for a more environmentally-friendly manufacturing process.
Check it out today on Amazon. Only $49.95 through the end of this month (then $59.95).
Splash guard for water bottles are amazing little inventions. They fit snugly inside the rim of your wide-mouth bottle and make sure you have a nice, even flow of water instead of a raging torrent when you accidentally lift your bottle too high. They’re also very useful when keeping back ice (or fruit, if infusing flavors directly is your thing).
But we were surprised at the lack of good options for splash guards on the market for 32 and 40 ounce Hydro Flasks. Many of the most popular splash guards that come up first on a Google search, like Guyot and HydraPak’s WaterGate (great name) say they are near-universal and fit most wide-mouth bottles.
But the truth is that while these popular splash guards are really great products and fit well for many bottles, like Nalgene Wide-Mouths, they have a few fatal flaws when it comes to Hydro Flasks.
Problem #1 – The Size
The splash guards are a tad bit too small, so they tend to want to fall into the bottle.
Problem #2 – The Cap
The middle of a Hydro Flask cap consists of a circular section that pushes most splash guards farther down into the bottle.
These two flaws, when coupled together, mean that your splash guard has a good chance of falling down into your 32 or 40 ounce Hydro Flask. Then you’re left fishing it out later, and in the meantime you have to pour out your water to get to it or just wait until you finish your non-restrained water (stay dry!).
We thought there had to be a solution, and sometimes the simplest ideas are the most useful.
SplashPro to the Rescue!
We’re proud to present our latest offering, SplashPro. It’s a splash guard designed specifically to fit 32 and 40 ounce Hydro Flask water bottles. No more water in your face!
We’re really happy with how this product turned out, and we hope you’ll give it a try if you’ve been searching for a splash guard for your Hydro Flask. Happy hydrating!