Weight 0.3 oz
Material Silicone
Includes Two Silicone Hotlips

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Snow Peak's Hotlips page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Snow Peak HotLips let you sip straight from your Snow Peak single-wall mug or pot without having to worry about burning your lips.


The Snow Peak HotLips solve the age old problem of burning your lips on your hot liquids when you are out camping. Now, save your lips the burn with these ingenious, and super lightweight Hotlips. Made of Food Grade FDA-approved silicone. Fits on any of the Snow Peak cups. Weight: 0.1 oz. Hot Lips Material: Food Grade FDA Approved Silicone. Temp. Resistance: -40F to 446F. Fits on any of the Snow Peak cups

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Snow Peak Hotlips 2 packIt is great to be able to warm up your drink over your stove, but to be able to enjoy that drink instantly is even better. Now with these hotlips you can do just that. The silicone hotlips are design to fit on the Titanium 600 mug and the Trek Series.FeaturesMaterial SiliconeDimensionsFits 600 Single Wall MugIncludes Two Silicone HotlipsMaterial hybridUsage single wallTemperature Range Silicone -40Weight 0.3 oz

- US Outdoor Store

Titanium mugs are probably the most practical camping tableware you can have, but they become quite impractical when you're hoping to slurp down a hot cup of tea or coffee on a frosty morning. Titanium heats quickly and can feel most unpleasant against your mouth, forcing you to wait it out impatiently for heat to dissipate enough to drink up, and by that time your luscious liquid is tepid. Protect your kisser with the Snow Peak Hotlips 2 piece set. Food and heat safe silicone secure to the edge of your single-wall titanium mug to shield you from the heat while you enjoy a hot cuppa' next to the fire.

- Backcountry.com