GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless 15oz Camp Cup

GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless 15oz Camp Cup
GSI Outdoors Glacier Stainless 15oz Camp Cup
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Glacier Stainless 15oz Camp Cup by GSI Outdoors
No camp morning would be complete without making your morning coffee. Whether you choose french press or pour-over, you'll enjoy drinking it from the GSI Glacier Stainless 15oz Camp Cup. This mug features stainless steel construction with double-wall insulation for a durable way to keep your beverage toasty while you sip it and try to muster the courage to pack up your sleeping bag. When evening rolls around, its 15oz capacity holds more than a full can of your favorite drink so you don't have to worry about it getting warm as you set up camp. A welded handle stands up to your pack strap that secures it to your load while you travel and a press-fit lid minimizes spills when you're ready to use it.

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