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American Metabolix ICE Shaker

$39.99

Keep your cold drink chilled and your hot drinks steaming any time any place with our ICE Shaker bottle from American Metabolix

•Premium Quality Double Wall Vacuum Insulated Protein Shaker Bottle that keep your drinks hot for up to 12 hours or cold for 30+ hours.

•Kitchen grade premium stainless steel cup that does not absorb odor. Odor resistant metal cup makes it perfect for juices, smoothies, coffee, tea, water and all of your other favorite drinks.

•Sweat proof bottle, no more wet cold hands and sweat rings all over your tables. The double wall vacuum insulated bottle prevents condensation from building up on the bottle by preventing cold or heat from transferring to the outside of the bottle.

•Tapered bottle design that is easy to fill with measurement markings inside the bottle and fits all standard size cup holders. Bring your portable Ice Shaker cup to the gym, office, pool, beach, camping, hunting, fishing, tailgating, yoga, road trips, sports games, everywhere!

Measurement:

2.75in wide at the base

3.25in wide at top

10in tall without straw

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