Our classic hip flask adds the ultimate distinguished finishing touch to any adventure or outdoor pursuit. Made from English pewter and hand-bound in the finest quality Italian calf leather, our flask perfectly strikes the balance between traditional and modern styles. The rich cognac shade effortlessly creates a sophisticated and heritage-inspired aesthetic, while hand-stitched crafting reveals our attention to detail. Crafted to fit snugly into your pocket, our secure screw-top further ensures your favourite tipple won't leak nor get lost.
Holds 6oz / 177ml
Leather is hand polished by us
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Pewter is perfect for everyday use and with the minimum of care it can retain its wonderful finish.
Pewter is a soft metal and will easily scratch with a hard cloth.
It should be NEVER be washed in a dishwasher the chemicals in the detergent will react with the pewter and ruin the finish.
We recommend washing by hand having removed the leather, in hot soapy water and then dried with a soft cloth.
When drying your pewter, keep the direction of the cloth in a straight up and down motion, never in circles.
Smooth leather will benefit from a soft leather cream to nourish, hydrate and preserve its supple qualities. Gentle creams and conditioners may also be used to remove light scratches. Begin by brushing with a soft bristle brush and wipe away any excess dust or debris with a cotton or micro-fibre cloth. Next, nourish the surface with a gentle leather conditioner.
What ‘to do’ & ‘not do’ with leather:
Do regularly clean leather with a soft brush or cloth
Do regularly air out leather
Do blot away water or moisture as soon as possible
Do dry wet leather naturally, away from artificial heat
Do keep leather supple with a specialised leather conditioner every 3-6 months
Do clean spots and stains with a mixture of soap flakes and warm water
Do test any conditioners, cleaners, polishes or wax in a hidden spot beforehand
Do not get leather wet wherever possible
Do not dry wet leather next to a radiator or with a hairdryer