Cups and Mugs
The best cups and mugs, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. The latest review was added on October 19, 2022. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
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Recent Cup/Mug Reviews
A great cup. Hang it from your pack in pride or hide it inside to keep it somewhat cleaner. This cup or mug has been all over. Once you buy one you seldom need another. Mine has been to Baja, California, campsites, Florida, all over North Carolina, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado to name a few. I've used it to drink and share meals. This one actually may be a Coleman, Stansport, or other brand since it is so old. It is stamped Taiwan, but they can be made all over. I've seen other vintage ones… Full review
The most aesthetically pleasing and tactile camp cup/bowl ever! The ergonomics might not work, for everyone—and you might not agree with my design tastes. Kupilka are a Finnish company, manufacturing cups, plates, and sporks (amongst other things), from wood cellulose, bonded with polypropylene. Wooden cups and plates, for the 21st century. I bought the largest cup—not the little, toasting size, not the usual, coffee or tea vessel, but the 12.5 ounce, do-it-all, eat or drink version. Eat and… Full review
With very slight modification this lid will fit any canteen cup. I am not going to add too much to Michael's excellent review. If a person takes some linesman pliers and unfolds or straightens the outside edge of the canteen cup lid, it will fit most US canteen cups. Below (bottom picture) are two solid fuel stove types that this lid works with as examples to see. There are others. A lid makes the canteen cup cooker more efficient. It’s a lightweight system especially for one or two nights out… Full review
So did you see that movie STRIPES with Bill Murray? Well, he and his platoon would have arrived on time for their graduation if they all had the Rothco Stainless Steel Canteen Lid... This stainless steel lid really Razzle-Dazzled me (pun/reference intended). One of the disadvantages of cooking in a military canteen cup is not having a lid. Water boils ~25% faster with a lid on vs an open top. Canteens are often sold by themselves and the canteen cup and lid sold separately. The main problem is not… Full review
Hydaway's Collapsible Drink Tumbler is designed to be compact, portable, and travel-friendly. This cup can hold up to 16 ounces of liquid at a time, making it ideal for anyone who needs a convenient way to carry drinks. Hydaway is known for making creative water bottles and cups, and the Collapsible Drink Tumbler is no exception to this rule. This 16-ounce cup can easily handle both cold and hot liquids. And when you're not using it like a cup, you can fold it into its portable version, which measures… Full review
Versatile and hardwearing cup for drinks and boiling water for rehydrating food. Includes a snap on lid and batwing handles. Equally at home on an open fire or gas burner. If looked after, it will last a life time. I have a few Pathfinder items, this is the last of them for review. I have a variety of cups for different purposes but this one is quickly becoming my favourite as it is more versatile than my Vargo Ti or MSR Titan as it can be used more effectively on an open fire. The cup has a generous… Full review
Awesome, durable little camp cup. Use it for anything. Drink tea, coffee, water, gatorade from it, you name it. Don't microwave it. As long as you just keep it clean and in the camping stuff and out of the kitchen, you should be able to avoid that. No, it didn't happen to me..... Full review
This is a great enamel mug! It's a little smaller than the typical camp mugs of this style, but it's much thicker and heavier—not like the tin ones. It's a pretty durable mug that will be great for camping or my morning coffee in my living room. Great logo on both sides—I love the FREEDOM TO EXPLORE motto! Full review
Perfect size and durable! Love this stainless steel mug—perfect size (for travel or at home), very durable (I drop things a lot). Dishwasher safe!! And of course I love the branding :) Full review