CamelBak Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless Bottle - 20oz

CamelBak Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless Bottle - 20oz
CamelBak Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless Bottle - 20oz
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Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless Bottle - 20oz by CamelBak
Keep your beverages at optimum temperatures for sipping with the CamelBak Vacuum Chute Mag 20oz Bottle. With double-walled stainless-steel, this bottle keeps your cold drinks chilly for up to 24-hours, and your hot drinks toasty for up to 6. It fits up to 20-ounces of liquid inside, perfect for a day's supply of piping-hot coffee (okay-- maybe just a morning's supply of coffee), or icy-cold recovery drink for after a run. The Vacuum Chute Mag features the same construction as the standard Vacuum Chute bottle, but with the added bonus of CamelBak's new magnetic handle that holds the cap conveniently out of your way while you're drinking.

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SKU: CAM009E
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