Hydroflask: Keep your smoothy frozen

So if it takes 15 minutes to cool down and pack up, where can you find time to get all that protein, carbs, nutrients, hydration?

BRING IT WITH YOU IN A HYDROFLASK

I just started experimenting with different meal replacements and smoothies. The problem is by the time I’m done with my workout, the smoothy isn’t so smooth.

That’s when I found HYDROFLASK. http://www.hydroflask.com I bought mine at Great Outdoor Provision. Sometimes people in SUP forget there was a whole water and outdoor world before we got here and they have the best gear already. Think REI, EMS, etc. They have great gear even if they don’t pay too much attention to SUP yet.

I have the 16 ounce wide mouth. $23.99 MSRP. http://www.hydroflask.com/products/18-oz-wide-mouth-stainless-steel-water-bottle.html

There’s also a 40 ounce version. I like the wide mouth better than the narrow with smoothies.

From hydroflask.comOur water bottles were developed to perform in every environment. Each Hydro Flask is hand cast from double wall vacuum insulated food grade 18/8 stainless steel, therefore they are BPA-Free and resistant to bacteria and odors. Our double wall vacuum insulation technology allows Hydro Flasks to keep contents hot and cold!

Features:

  • Wide Mouth 2.2 inches
  • Double Wall Vacuum Insulated
  • BPA-Free
  • 18/8 Stainless Steel
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Patent Pending

What I like is that it keeps ice water as ice water for hours. If you put in a frozen smoothy with bits of froze strawberries or pineapple, it’s still frozen a few hours later when you drink it. It’s like magic.

View the Hydro Flask Infographic to learn more about our features.

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Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottles

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