I bought this to take with me to Vegas. I was worried that the pouch would stick out too far and look like my lower stomach was obviously protruding. Even though I wear designer jeans, you could not tell at all that I was wearing the Freedom Flask. Additionally, it was a cinch to unzip my zipper and use the nozzle to fill my glass. It was able to hold more than enough fluid to keep me drunk the entire night. This thing really does pay for itself, and I have nothing but praise for it!
News Flask: Drink Outside The Box
I took my Freedom Flask into the Deftones show with no problems. Hit the bar right away for a cup. From there hit the bathroom and filled up a cup full of Vodka and Red Bull. Asked another bartender for more ice and away my night went. I was with about 8 people and everyone was digging the flask. I didn’t buy on drink all night Even had two bought for me. Ha!
Rad! Can’t wait to take them up to Sasqautch Festival
This is an amazing product! I was able to walk write into Raymond James with a 750ML bottle of Jim Beam in the flask. Some dude at the gate in an “Alcohol Enforcement” orange shirt even gave me a pat down. I have told everyone I know about the product and its success!
I first moved to using Freedom Flask because my old method of putting a metal flask in my cowboy boot was not cutting it for 100 degree days. I could wear shorts and sandals, while still bringing my own booze into games…it’s worked like a charm. The other key advantage that I didn’t think about at first became apparent at my first 12 inning baseball game with the flask. It holds WAY more than my old one. Me and my buddies were still drinking sweet tea vodka while all the other suckers got cut off in the 8th and were starting to get hungover.
This is the best flask I have ever used. The only improvement that I can foresee is somehow going strapless…the tan lines can be a little awkward.
This one goes out to the athletes running Bay To Breakers. We know you’ve trained hard for this run and we want to say we think it’s despicable that the Fun Police aims to sober you up. And, we’d like to point you to our slogan.
Take your booze anywhere you chooze.
That’s right. A slogan so badass it supplants a Z for an S. We’re serious about this. It’s a slogan we believe in.
And, we want you to believe in it. We want you to take your booze anywhere you chooze. Or choose. Even if you want to take it on a 7.5 mile jog. We can’t think of anything more appropriate for a boozy jaunt than a 32-ounce flask made of medical grade components that you can clip around your waste right next to your fanny pack full of protein bars. We know a few folks will be damning the man tomorrow with a Freedom Flask.
If you don’t have one yet, you’ve got to pick a few up for you and your friends for the next Bay To Breakers.
A recent relationship advice column published by the Colorado Daily includes words and phrases like “tiger,” “whiskey” and “dirty high jinks,” which made us feel like someone had been reading our diary.
In actuality, the column is addressing a woman’s concerns about packing her boyfriend’s flask in her purse. The fun-phobic reader’s letter to Kentucky Deluxe-loving, geriatric-furniture-mogul-obsessed columnist Christy Fantz calls the time-tested practice of keeping a nipper on hand “tacky.”
Based on the poignant reply, dripping in Pulitzer potential, we have decided to route all of our future relationship advice through Fantz. She’s a flask-packer herself. And we trust those people. Fantz writes, “I have zero qualms about you carrying a flask to the bar (minus breaking the law, but that’s your problem).”
Yahtzee! Looks like we have a new drinking buddy next time we’re in Denver.
But, like a good advice columnist, Fantz keeps it constructive and offers the following: “Tell your boyfriend to put the flask in his pants.”
Uh, weird. If she’s not reading our diary, she’s definitely reading our mind.
Because we know how difficult it can be to hold a woodwind and a drink at the same time, we wouldn’t be surprised if a Freedom Flask was involved in the making of this video.
You know, an Irish Blonde: As in Michael Collins Irish Whiskey with curacao and sherry.
That’s just one of the St. Patrick’s Day-themed drinks we’ve found for you this year.
You’ve got to be creative when it comes to St. Patrick’s Day and what you’ve got in your Freedom Flask. If a blonde doesn’t do it for you how about an Irish Canadian, or an Irish Cactus (ouch!)
For a good list of St. Patrick’s Day drinks check out this link here.
And don’t forget we’re running a St. Patrick’s Day special. We’ll take 10% off your order and throw in a free, lime-green koozie when you use the promo code ‘leprechaun.’ For more on that deal click here.