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Swell Roamer Growler

S’well have introduced a new beverage container they’re calling the Roamer, a Growler with great quality build that ensures great thermal insulation, up to 24 hours for cold drinks and around 12 for hot liquids. This is because the Roamers are triple-walled for maximum insulation, so don´t worry about condensation, whether you’re at the gym, around the campfire, or anywhere else. You may also choose it from 5 different colors  such as onyx, moonstone, yellow gold, nightsky or teakwood. Its capacity has also 2 options, 40 or 64 ounces, two volumes closely associated with the world of craft beer.

Available from S’well or from Amazon




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