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Tis the season to sneak snifts of whiskey. Now is as good a time as any to dust off that old flask. But don't just pour, cap and pray.
We also buy and trade your items and full collections! All sorts of things like this come out of Eastern Europe, where they're sold at flea markets to ignorant tourists. Thus the massive overuse of Third Reich symbols, intended to overexcite and encourage a spur of the moment purchase.
They became popular in the form we know them today in the 18th century; before that, they were made from leather or glass. They were used by the gentry provide a warming dram while on hunting or fishing expeditions. Containing four or five measures, they are designed to drink straight from the flask, although fancier versions come with cups to share your beverage.
They gently shift shape and texture through repeat usage which makes each one unique and personal, elevating it to treasured possession status. So choosing a hip flask, whether for yourself or as a gift, takes some serious thought. How will it be used?
Category: Gear. There has always been something slightly nefarious about flasks. Whether a small and casual piece designed for everyday carry or something a little more sizable and special that you can pass on as an heirloom, there is a flask out there for you.