Lakeland Camping Mug
The all night bonfire is staple here in NE Alberta and this Lakeland camping mug exudes Lakelander pride with the camping spirit carried through the design. This essential bit of gear is finished with a wrap imprint of a custom campfire illustration, representing lake living and the camping spirit. The carabiner handle allows you to attach this beautifully crafted, rugged mug to your backpack and use the free space for your favourite bevy OR just have the coolest mug at the campground this season. We all know coffee, tea, or even cider tastes better around a fire!
– Stainless Steel Construction
– Double Wall
– 100% BPA free
– Carabiner handle
– Hand Wash
DIMENSIONS: 5″ x 3.5″ x 3.25″
HELPFUL TIP: Mix and match mug colours to get a lot of variety out of your order! Our Lakeland camping mug is available in both the green and blue BUT red, black and white are options too… all with that nostalgic speckle!
Freemiums = Free Artwork
If you like this design/style we want to remind you that our artwork team has NO shortage of ideas and with our amazing free artwork (what we coined “FREEMIUM”) a top notch design is included in your order! Give us your concept OR better yet a brief and we will develop a unique design perfectly suited for your needs. No matter where you are located in Alberta or nationwide you too can easily take full advantage of our freemiums virtually… and for those communities of Bonnyville, Cold Lake, St. Paul, Lac La Biche, Lloydminster surrounding us here in the heart of the Lakeland, you can pop into the shop in person to chat!
Side Imprint Area: 2″H X 3″W
Wrap Around Imprint Area: 2″H X 8″W
Etch Area: 1.25″ W
CUSTOM MADE: Minimum quantity 72 pieces. *Please allow 2-3 weeks for production.
Get One Today!
Visit our online store thinkwear.ca to purchase one (or two, or three, …) today! Proceeds from each Lakeland Camping Mug are proudly donated to Haying in the 30’s Cancer Support Society who continue to assist & has assisted more than 5800 individuals diagnosed with cancer in the local Lakeland region since 1999.