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Evernew Ti Mug DW300FH with Lid (Double Walled)

Evernew Ti Mug DW300FH with Lid (Double Walled)

Evernew

$50.95 USD  Ships to: USA & more
SKU: ECA354

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Titanium double walled mug with insulated folding handle. Plastic lid protects your lips from hot mug.

  • Material: Double Walled Titanium
  • Insulated Folding Handle
  • Plastic lid Protects your lip

NOTE: Evernew items are only available in the USA and Canada at this time.

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