Patagonia: With Ventura-based Patagonia, you get what you pay for. What you pay is a lot. What you get is exactly what you want. Patagonia’s gear and clothing looks great, it works perfectly, and it is manufactured as ethically and sustainably as reasonably possible. I do not yet own a Patagonia travel mug. But I do own a broad cross-section Patagonia clothing and gear, all of which may very well last me forever.
Chrome: When I lived in the real Bay Area (i.e., the Bay Area in which you can see the Golden Gate and/or Bay Bridge with minimal effort), Chrome was the most ubiquitous brand of messenger bags and backpacks. Now, they've expanded their line to include everything a bike-messenger-type urbanite needs for day-to-day living, including travel mugs.
Klean Kanteen: Chico-based Klean Kanteen is a B Corporation that makes stainless-steel, BPA-free, insulated bottles that keep my coffee warm enough to drink the next day. They also make insulated tumblers, which probably work well too.