If you would still prefer to have a travel tumbler that’s 100% lead-free, then perhaps — like the Vancouver Canucks — the Stanley cup isn’t for you. While many travel mugs are also made with lead, it’s still possible to find one made without it. If you’re shopping on Amazon, you can actually filter the insulated tumbler category by ticking the “lead-free” box, although you’ll probably still need to check the product description for your cup of choice to ensure that it does actually fit this criteria.
If you’d prefer to purchase a name-brand tumbler, there are a few major manufacturers that claim their products are lead-free. One of these is Hydro Flask, a company that’s been lead-free since 2013. (Yes, it does offer a line of tumblers, as well as its famous water bottles.) Other lead-free drinkware companies include Reduce, whose tumblers are also free of BPA and phthalates, and Klean Kanteen, whose products contain neither element and are made without heavy metals of any kind.