October 15, 2007

Bakoda Flask Pack Snowboard Bindings

bakodaflask.jpgWe've found another item for our neverending quest to be able to store liquor on us at all times, and like the Coldpole, this one will help you out at your friendly neighborhood ski resort. The Bakoda Flask Pack is a tiny little backpack for your snowboard bindings, which holds a 4oz. flask. Nothing wrong with that, and if you get two you'll have the equivalent of one normal 8oz flask. Or, for less than half the price (of buying two), you could get a 16oz. stainless steel flask and keep it in your jacket pocket.

Depends whether you want to be stylishly snazzy or frugally buzzed this winter, we suppose.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 15, 2007 1:32 PM
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