What is more sustainable than gear that lasts?

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It’s simple: we build our products to last a lifetime. Timeless design keeps our gear relevant year after year, from generation to generation. For over a century, we’ve engineered tough bottles, food jars, cookware, and more. Our goal is that you never have to throw away your Stanley. High-quality, kitchen-grade stainless steel is the main material that we use. Stainless steel is not only extremely durable, but is also one of the most recyclable materials out there.

By using our products you can contribute to eliminating single-use items like paper cups, plastic bottles and straws. These objects are often not being recycled and can end up in waterways, impacting animal life and ecosystems. As outdoor lovers and stewards of this planet, it is a guiding light for Stanley to create a better world. Taking care of the earth is key to ensure that our beloved outdoors remain a resource for all of us to appreciate. That’s why we also support groups that are fighting for the health of our planet and against climate change. Examples for this are: the Outdoor Industry Association’s Climate Action Corps*, the Plastic Impact Alliance, and the European Outdoor Conservation Association ( EOCA ).

If it’s your morning coffee, an afternoon lunch break, or a well-earned campsite dinner, Stanley’s got you covered with products that don’t let you down and never need to be thrown away. Durable, reusable gear that is passed down through generations means less junk in landfills, and that’s something we can get behind.

If you get to a time when your Stanley has seen better days, you can refresh and revive your trusty companion with Replacement Parts and our Warranty Services.

To learn about Stanley’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) visit our latest report here.

*Stanley’s parent company, PMI, is the featured partner with Climate Action Corps


The Stanley brand has a rich 100+ year history. Born from inventor William Stanley Jr. who forever changed the way hot drinks were consumed, in 1913 he fused vacuum insulation and the strength of steel in one portable bottle, inventing the all-steel vacuum bottle we know and love today.