Another Stanley Cup Target drop is on its way in cool summer shades

The perfect beachside companion, the new Stanley Cup Target exclusives will be in everyone's totes this summer

Stanley Cup Target collab on pastel summer background with green blob
(Image credit: Stanley/Target)

A new Stanley Cup Target collab will put you in a summer state of mind, so make room in your beach tote. 

The mega-retailer and drinkware company are joining forces once again to release an exclusive line of colorful tumblers that are sure to cause another viral craze. Did you ever think quenching your thirst would become such a stylish affair?

If the popular stainless steel water bottles have piqued your interest, here's everything you need to know about the upcoming release. 

Explore the new Stanley Cup Target collab for summer 2024

Beginning March 27, the new plastic-free Stanley Cup Target lines will be available for purchase. You can expect two different drops: the Sunshine Vibes and the Patio Party collections. These include the now-iconic 40 oz tumbler, a 30 oz flip straw tumbler, a 20 oz slim bottle, and a can chiller. 

However, you're most likely going to laser-focus on the dopamine decor kick and get a fun color of choice. Summer shades include aqua, marigold, sunshine, and amethyst, to name a few. You might feel inclined to stock up on one of everything, but keep in mind that selections are likely to go quickly, so be ready to snag one ASAP. 

What to shop

Along with the viral craze came an unsettling issue: whether or not one of the trendiest ways to save water was safe. Questions arose as to whether or not the tumblers included lead, and they do feature "an industry-standard pellet to seal the vacuum insulation at the base of [the] products."

The New York Times claimed "You don't need to worry," as the lead in the sealing is  "inaccessible to people drinking from [a Stanley]" but the company is still seeking change in the wake of the issue. According to a statement from the company sent to NBC News, "Our engineering and supply chain teams are making progress on innovative, alternative materials for use in the sealing process."

Chances are you're probably going to need some room in your cabinets. Fortunately, we've stolen borrowed this genius water bottle storage hack from Shea McGee that you'll love, too. Make way for the new purchases. 

Danielle Valente
Content Editor

Pleasure to meet you! I'm Danielle, a content editor at Real Homes who loves scoping out interior trends. I've specialized in lifestyle writing and editing for 10 years with a focus on events, food, and books, among other areas. When I'm not working, I'm usually cooking, reading, or searching for a new project for my apartment.