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Madison Lakes Thermal Travel Cup

$34.00
Never get lost again! Madison lakes map travel mug. Also fun souvenir gift for friends and students leaving Madison!
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Madison's main streets and area lakes, from largest to smallest: Mendota, Kegonsa, Menona, Waubesa, Wingra.

Details: 

  • Stainless steel
  • Plastic lid. Tight fit. Slide open/close
  • Hot/cold vacuum sealed insulation
  • 20 Oz. 8.25" high x 2.75" diameter

Madison's main streets and area lakes, from largest to smallest: Mendota, Kegonsa, Menona, Waubesa, Wingra.

Details: 

  • Stainless steel
  • Plastic lid. Tight fit. Slide open/close
  • Hot/cold vacuum sealed insulation
  • 20 Oz. 8.25" high x 2.75" diameter

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