Lifestyle By Margarett Waterbury / December 6, 2017 Share Tweet A person can never have too many flasks. Whether you’re headed out on a summer camping trip, facing a long flight with nothing but a grim hotel mini bar to greet you at the end, or helping your best friend celebrate their wedding, a full flask is a valued companion. Even when they’re just sitting empty on the sideboard, they promise good times ahead.If you’re hunting for a good flask this holiday season—for yourself, or somebody else—you’re spoiled for choice. Here are five of our favorites, with the right model for everybody on your list.For the outdoor enthusiastThis Stanley insulated cocktail shaker and shot glasses set is just the thing for taking your favorite tipple on the road in a civilized fashion. The flask’s capacious 8-ounce size makes packing for even a multi-day excursion easy, and the glasses pack away snugly in the included canister.For the TravelerI am probably biased as an Oregonian, but I think this flask-disguised-as-an-umbrella is the best of the latest crop of novelty flask shapes. While it’s not a working umbrella, it makes up for it with its whopping 13 ounce capacity, more than half of a standard 750ml bottle.For the fancy drinkerIf your giftee loves a bit of sparkle (and come on, be honest, who doesn’t?) this glittering gold flask will make even the most mundane drinking experience feel like a party. Also comes in pink sparkle and “mirage,” a kind of oil slick-like iridescent rainbow finish.For the design devoteeMAKO’s circular five-ounce flask looks straight out of the pages of Dwell magazine, complete with trendy dip paint motif in two on-trend colors (aqua and melon). The round shape tucks comfortably into a pocket.For the PuristEverybody needs at least one leather-wrapped flask. They’re comfortable to hold, classy to look at, and just feel right, especially for whiskey. This one comes with a useful tiny funnel for minimizing spills during filling.For the Fancy DresserWhat’s the point of having a flask if you don’t look fantastic when you use it? This super-stylish hand-hammered pewter flask is made in Sheffield, England, and holds an eminently reasonable six ounces of spirit. It, too, comes with a tiny funnel (also in pewter), as well as a recommendation to not store spirits inside for more than 24 hours due to the potential for discoloration. Drink up!