GSI Outdoors Infinity Serving Bowl

GSI Outdoors Infinity Serving Bowl
GSI Outdoors Infinity Serving Bowl
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Infinity Serving Bowl by GSI Outdoors
Your backpacking buddies don't know how you do it, but nobody's complaining when you keep refilling the GSI Outdoors Infinity Serving Bowl with ice cream every time it empties. Everyone around the bowl will tell you when it's almost empty thanks to the bowl's clear and recyclable BPA-free design.

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SKU: GSI003O
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