Hip flasks serve as a stylish stadium essential and a handsome accessory for the gentleman on the go. A traditional flask carries eight ounces of your favorite tipple and slips right into a pocket for a sporting event or a day out about town. The best versions are lightweight, durable, and distinctive. Whether pewter, leather, or silver, this no-nonsense tailgate staple gets the job tastefully done in more ways than one.

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Blue Crocodile Hip Flask, $282, Ammoment, avvenice.com

The electric blue croc skin makes this flask stand out from the crowd.

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Pewter Hip Flask with Pouch, $65, English Pewter Company, englishpewter.co.uk

Keep your drinks cool with the bonus pouch that comes with this flask.

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Tweed Flask, $48, Hazelnut, hazelnutneworleans.com

This flask is on trend for fall, as tweed makes a comeback on the runway.

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Cadogan Printed Leather and Stainless Steel Flask, $355, Dunhill, mrporter.com

Go retro with this funky flask from Dunhill.

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Ostrich Hip Flask, $16.99, Martin Wine Cellar, martinwine.com

The light leather covering on this flask is perfect for a fall tailgate.

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Flask with Shot Glass, $25, The National WWII Museum, nationalww2museum.org

For when you want a little more than a sip.

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Kenya Hip Flask, $40, Friend and Company, friendandcompany.com

The textured metal adds some subtle flair to this flask.

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Venezia Calf Leather Flask, $3,100, Berluti, Berluti.com

Sip in style with this luxurious flask by Berluti.


Langdale Hip Flask, $45, The National WWII Museum, nationalww2museum.org

London’s calling to us with this corduroy and pewter flask from the WWII Museum.

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Black Crocodile Flask, $66, Hilltop Shoppe, @hilltopshoppe

The “little black flask” is a staple of every man’s wardrobe.

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Ted Baker Blue Flask, $53, Nick J, @nickjnola

This sleek and modern option is ideal for an upscale tailgate or viewing party.

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Fleur De Lis Flask, $35, Hazelnut, hazelnutneworleans.com

Rep your favorite team while sipping your favorite liquor. If your favorite team isn’t the Saints, reevaluate.

This article appeared in the September 2019 issue of Adore.