Since the best deer hunting happens in the coldest months of the year, the first thing you need to pack is a thermos that has what it takes to keep that coffee hot.
Some caffeinated drinks are meant to be served cold but coffee isn’t one of them.
Investing in a quality thermos should be taken at least as seriously as when you’re considering a new gun.
Bargain basement weapons could cause you to miss the shot of a lifetime, and a discount thermos will leave you with the same feeling when you expect something hot and end up with a sip that’s barely warm.
If you simply typed “thermos” in a search bar you would find hundreds of different brands, and likely end up with a bad case of “information overload.”
They may all serve the same purpose but some do it better than others with custom features.
The ability to take rough treatment and the length of time a thermos can keep liquids hot are the two most important features to look for in any thermos.
Unless two cups will get you through the entire day, the next most important feature is capacity.
To avoid spending hours online searching for the perfect thermos and risking a headache, take a look at the following comparison data.