Stanley Outdoor Mug w/Clip Grip 16 oz.

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When you need a versatile mug that withstands your daily commutes and your weekend backpacking trips, fill up the Stanley Outdoor Coffee Mug. This double-wall, stainless steel mug holds 16 ounces of steamin' joe, and features a leak-proof lid and a clip handle for attaching to your backpack or shoulder bag. Fill 'er up and get your fix.


The perfect backwoods traveler, this camp mug clips to the pack, leaving more room for other essentials. Stainless steel. Built tough. No liners/coatings Clip Grip handle clips to pack Double-wall construction takes a beating and still performs Leak-proof Item Specifications Ounces 16fl oz Defined Color Gray

- Mountains Plus

Engineered for the true outdoor enthusiast the Stanley Mug with Clip Grip has unmatched durability. Stainless steel double wall insulation will keep your coffee warm long into a brisk winter day outside. 100% packable with a fully sealing lid.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Stanley Bell traveler mug has a carabiner-clip handle and a shape that's designed to fit in car- and camp-chair drink holders. This mug comes in handy on the trail or at the office. Double-wall, stainless-steel mug keeps 16 fl. oz. of your favorite beverage hot or cold. Spring-loaded gate allows you to easily clip the mug to any strap on your backpack. Splash-proof, thermo-plastic lid is easy to sip through while on the go. Stainless-steel body and liner cleans up easily; dishwasher safe. Non-skid footpad. Closeout.


Stanley Outdoor Mug w/Clip Grip 16 oz.


The Stanley Outdoor Mug w/Clip Grip 16 oz. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 19, 2013 at

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