Stanley Nineteen13 Recycled & Recyclable Mug 16oz.

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Stanley's Nineteen13 Recycled & Recyclable Mug 16oz. page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description Of Stanley Recycled Recyclable Mug - 16oz.Recycled Recyclable. Made with eCycle.FeaturesBeyond reusableLeak-proof. Lock in every last ounce360 drink-thru lid. No need to line up an openingDouble wall insulation. Keep it hotBike cage car cup compatible

- US Outdoor Store

You don't have to sew leaves together into a suit-outfit to bring your eco-conscious lifestyle into your work days. Stanley made the Nineteen 13 Mug with 100% recycled polypropylene so you can feel good and stick to an appropriate wardrobe for the week days.

- Backcountry.com

The Stanley Nineteen13 recycled and recyclable mug is made with recycled materials and can be sent to the recycling bin when its years of service conclude. Durable recycled polypropylene construction stands up to daily use. 360deg drink-through lid eliminates time spent fumbling lining up the opening. Double-wall insulation keeps drinks warm. Bike cage and car cup compatible. Closeout.

- REI

A coffee cup may not save the world, but the Stanley Recycled, Recyclable Mug keeps a beverage hot while burning through less resources. Made from 100% recycled plastic, it's fully recyclable where [5] is collected, when its useful life has come to an end.

- Altrec Outdoors

Stanley Nineteen13 Recycled & Recyclable Mug 16oz.

MSRP:
$12.00

The Stanley Nineteen13 Recycled & Recyclable Mug 16oz. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 23, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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