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High Camp Firelight Flask

There is no better feeling than a sip of your favorite spirit after a long day in the outdoors. Designed to be shared, the Firelight Flask is the first stainless-steel 750 ml flask that carries two tumblers along with it, providing outdoor drinking enthusiasts with a sleek solution to consuming wine or spirits around a campfire or any outdoor environment. With a stainless steel construction, an electropolished interior (won´t retain or impart any flavors to your drinks) and a leakproof seal, the Firelight Flask was built to withstand the rough and tumble outdoors lifestyle. And to ensure the tumblers don´t get lost, they magnetically attach to the flask.

Grab it now at Huckberry for a special discount price of $99 $125




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