Product Preview: NRA Denali Thermos

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posted on March 29, 2017
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If you liked the NRA Denali Tumbler, you're going to love the NRA Store's new Denali Thermos.

With a capacity of 32 oz., you’ll never run out of your favorite beverage when you’re camping or on the job. Its double-walled, vacuum insulated build is matched with a temperature-regulating copper liner, so you’re beverage of choice will stay piping hot or refreshingly chilled for hours on end.

Technical Specifications
• Dimensions: 12”H x 3½” D
• 32 oz. capacity
• Double-walled construction for insulation of hot or cold liquids
• 18/8 grade stainless steel
• Copper insulated
• Screw-on lid
• Slip-resistant grip ring on bottle and lid
• BPA free, meets FDA drinkware requirements
• Hand wash Recommended
• Color: Stainless
• Includes black NRA logo print
• Imported

MSRP: $34.95

For more, visit NRAStore.com.

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