Miir x Topo Designs Graphic-Driven Drinking Vessel Collection
A vacuum insulated cup, travel mug, and water bottle for home and camp, with graphics inspired by deserts landscapes of the West
Field Mag may receive a minor commission from purchases made via affiliate links.
Seattle-based Miir makes just about the best designed drinking vessels on the planet. Sure, we’re OG fans of Hydro Flask for function, but for form no one does it better than Miir (they work pretty dang well too, don’t worry). Similarly, our Colorado pals at Topo Designs have been making super fun and functional outdoor equipment and apparel for nearly a decade now. For the Topo Designs x Miir capsule collection, the two have come together, with characteristically cool results.
Three drinking vessels make up the core including a camp mug, travel tumbler, and water bottle. Each features its own unique geometric graphic inspired by desert landscapes of the West, and funds from each purchase help fund trackable clean water and health projects in areas of need around the world via Miir’s Product to Project initiative.
The insulated 12 oz stainless steel mug is hands down the best looking reinventing of the classic enamel camp cup we’ve seen to date. It’s no contest. The colorful shapes of Topo only improve the situation. Each will keep you fancy coffee hot or camp cocktail cold for hours.
The vacuum insulated travel tumbler is similarly sized and designed for the same purpose—keep hot stuff hot, and cold stuff cold. Only with this iteration, you get a leak proof insulated lid.
Third in the group is a no frills insulated 20 oz water bottle, capable of keeping cold drinks cold for over 24 hours and hot drinks hot for up to 12. It’s slender shape makes it cupholder compatible, and the recognizable lid makes it easy to carry or attach to a pack via carabiner.
And of course, because no article about Topo Designs would be complete without some sort of gear, we’re including this rad unisex longsleeve desert tee in the roundup too. I mean, damn it’s cool.