STANLEY

LOVED BY GENERATIONS

The Stanley brand has a rich 100+ year history. Born from inventor William Stanley Jr. who forever changed the way hot drinks were consumed, in 1913 he fused vacuum insulation and the strength of steel in one portable bottle, inventing the all-steel vacuum bottle we know and love today.

In the century since, his vacuum bottle evolved from concept to icon and has become an essential part of workdays, road trips and outdoor adventures.

The Stanley brand has been part of countless adventures and even more shared memories. They have powered daily coffee breaks and just as many meals in they beloved food and beverage gear. With each passing year they continue to push themselves to bring timeless, yet modern, solutions to today's outdoor adventure.

For them it's about ramping up your time outdoors with gear you can count on from dusk to dawn, from coffee to kick start the day to spirits to cap off the evening.

STANLEY COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY

The most sustainable products are the kind that never need to be thrown away or replaced. That’s why they’ve been building durable and reusable bottles for over 100 years. And they make them from steel, which, if you’re wondering, is one of the most recyclable materials on the planet. This has enabled them to cut down on the need for disposable products, which means -- you guessed it -- less junk in landfills.

While Stanley may have been one of the first to recognize the importance of producing long-lasting and reusable products, they’re glad they’re not the last. But it’s not just about what Stanley do, it’s about how they do it. By staying focused on Environmental Health and Safety throughout their entire supply chain, they are committed to ethical manufacturing, reducing their corporate footprint, and living by a warranty that means replacing a single part instead of a whole product whenever possible. Yeah, Stanley build products to last a lifetime. And they intend to spend that lifetime, and the one after that, doing right by the people, our planet, and, most of all, by you.