Hydro Flask bottles are actually on sale (This rarely happens)

2020's ultimate statement water bottle makes the perfect holiday gift (and not just for VSCO girls)

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There are a lot of water bottles on the market, but few have reached the cultural phenomenon that is a Hydro Flask. We're talking about those chunky ovular double-wall-vacuum bottles in colorful powder-coated steel that maintain a drink's temperature for hours. The ones that 

Hydro Flasks were originally sold at farmer's markets and made for rugged outdoor activities like camping or hiking, but have become so much more, thanks to smart marketing and of course, social media. In a time when there is a social-conscious push to reduce our use of single-use plastics to protect the environment while also upping our water intake in the name of wellness, the Hydro Flask has thrived as an eco-friendly and long-last solution. Their durability from everyday living to active adventures makes them a perfect and highly sought-after gift. 

Among teenagers, for instance, they have become a sort of status symbol, always in tow from class to friends' houses as often as their cellphones. And if you pay any attention to social media trends, well, they are also a tenant of the VSCO-girl aesthetic of the last few years.  We've also often seen them customized in stickers and even hand-painted. 

Beyond their looks, Hydro-Flask bottles are made with high-quality 18/8 Pro Grade stainless steel with a polypropylene cap. Most notably, using TempShield technology,  Hydro Flask keeps liquids hot for up to six hours and cold for up to 24. And we mean drinks stay icy cold.  The powder-coated exterior also helps you keep your grip on the bottle and resists condensation or sweating.

While the cost of a Hydro Flask is not cheap by any means, we found a selection of Hydro Flask water bottles up to 44 percent off at Nordstrom as part of their Cyber Deals. We can't recall a time we've seen them drop below $25 until now. 

If that selection isn't enough for you, Hydro Flask is also running its own Cyber Sale (opens in new tab) with 25 percent off sitewide, of which Nordstrom (opens in new tab) is also price-matching. Hydro Flask bottles are available in a range of sizes, lids, and colors to suit a wide variety of needs and preferences. 

Shop the sale below. 

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HydroFlask 32-Ounce Wide Mouth Cap Bottle | Was $44.95, now $25.28 at Nordstrom (opens in new tab)

The large 32-ounce capacity is the perfect size for everyday use and keeping hydrated. In fact, it's Hydro Flask's most popular size choice. Choose from the bright and cheerful colors of Spearmint, Hibiscus, or Sunflower, which are on sale for under $25. 

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Hydro Flask 40-Ounce Wide Mouth Cap Bottle | Was $49.95, now $28.05 at Nordstrom (opens in new tab)

The slightly taller (and larger) 40-ounce bottle is also available in Spearmint, Hibiscus, or Sunflower. It's great for longer day trips where refills aren't readily available. 

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Hydro Flask 24-Ounce Standard Mouth Bottle| Was $34.95, now $26.91 at Nordstrom (opens in new tab)

If you prefer a more compact mouth, consider the standard-mouth size, and reduce the chance of spilling water down your shirt. The 24-ounce bottle is also more likely to fit in a standard-sized cup holder. Choose from fog, white, or black at 25 percent off as price matched. 

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Choose Your Own Hydro Flask | Save 25% at Hydro Flask (opens in new tab)

Save 25 percent off sitewide during Hydro Flask's Cyber Sale (opens in new tab), where you have access to Hydro Flask's massive color and size line up ranging from 12- to 64-ounces, or even customize your own design.  Free shipping at $30. 

Jaclyn Turner
Jaclyn Turner

Jaclyn is an eCommerce editor at Future Home Interest, where she oversees sleep content including mattresses and bedding – in fact, she has passed our five-step certification process to become a verified customer advisor on mattresses. She regularly scouts out the best of the best for buying guides to help you fill your home with only the best. She joined the team in January 2021. She has previously worked with sites like Apartment Therapy, The Kitchn, The Spruce, The Spruce Eats, and MyDomaine, but got her start at the trade mag Home Furnishings News, which fueled her excitement for innovation in the home category and seeing the newest launches.  When Jaclyn's not working, she loves long strolls through HomeGoods, unwinding with a chilled glass of Rosé, and entertaining her Cavapoo  Reese.