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Adventure Travel Hip Flask

The Adventure Travel Hipflask is a new addition by the UK based company Wild & Wolf. This flask in particular was made to carry along your favorite spirit on your trips, it is made from stainless steel and finished in a matte gunmetal surface that will allow it to be used for a good number of adventures for years to come. With a screw top lid, it will enable you to carry along around 6 ounces of fluid in a secure fashion, and with an inspiring "The Adventure Begins” engraving, it is ideal for the outdoors lovers that can’t live without their favorite spirit. Small and easy to store on most back pockets, be sure to take it with you on your next outing.



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