Tired of not being able to booze on company ski days? Frustrated, with how cold your hands get when drinking out of your flask on the chairlift? Or do you just need that little bit extra courage before you send that epic cliff? Lucky for you, there's the Cold Pole- your answer to covert ski area drinking. While normal flasks are too cold and bringing an entire bottle of booze on the slopes just makes you look like a drunk, the Cold Pole allows you to discretely enjoy your favorite adult beverage anywhere on the slopes. Gear Review- Cold Pole: the Pole that’s a Flask! | Unofficial Networks

Gear Review- Cold Pole: the Pole that's a Flask!

Gear Review- Cold Pole: the Pole that's a Flask!

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Gear Review- Cold Pole: the Pole that's a Flask!

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Tired of not being able to booze on company ski days? Frustrated, with how cold your hands get when drinking out of your flask on the chairlift? Or do you just need that little bit extra courage before you send that epic cliff? Lucky for you, there’s the Cold Pole– your answer to covert ski area drinking. While normal flasks are too cold and bringing an entire bottle of booze on the slopes just makes you look like a drunk, the Cold Pole allows you to discretely enjoy your favorite adult beverage anywhere on the slopes.

This looks totally normal

Traditional methods of drinking advertise to the rest of the mountain that you’re a loose canon. With the Cold Pole, however, on-lookers will simply think you’re mimicking a Swiss Horn or perhaps an elephant.  Think how dumbfounded ski patrol will be when they find you liquored up in a tree-well without an ounce of booze in sight! So get your hands on a Cold Pole (does that sound weird) and turn every chairlift ride this season into a party!

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