Stanley Ceramivac Go Series Growler - 64oz

Stanley Ceramivac Go Series Growler - 64oz
Stanley Ceramivac Go Series Growler - 64oz
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Ceramivac Go Series Growler - 64oz by Stanley
Growlers are a great thing to have around on friend-filled weekend camping trips, and few are as ready for rugged outdoor environments as the Stanley Go Series with Ceramivac 64oz Growler. Thanks to its vacuum insulation and taste-free ceramic inside you won't have to leave your favorite drinks at home, so whether you're bringing along an ice-cold IPA or some piping hot coffee from your local cafe, it'll be as warm or cold as you want it to be when you finally roll into camp. Your hot drinks will stay hot for up to 18 hours and your cold ones will stay cold for a full 24, letting you enjoy a refreshing cup of lemonade or a nice hot chocolate even when you're far from home. Its classic cold-rolled outside offers plenty of durability for the roots and rocks it might tumble on, and the leak-proof top will ensure that no spilling occurs when you're driving down bumpy dirt roads on your way to the campground.

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