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Lake Superior Water Bottle | Unsalted, Shark Free

$11.99
Show off your pride of Lake Superior and stay hydrated with this unique water bottle. Spread the word that the Great Lakes are, in fact, unsalted and shark-free!
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Lake Superior is one of the many prides of Wisconsin.This water bottle was inspired by two of the lake's greatest attributes: It is both unsalted and shark-free! Share your love for Lake Superior while also staying hydrated while at the beach, hiking, or biking.


Plastic water bottle with plastic lid.

Lake Superior is one of the many prides of Wisconsin.This water bottle was inspired by two of the lake's greatest attributes: It is both unsalted and shark-free! Share your love for Lake Superior while also staying hydrated while at the beach, hiking, or biking.


Plastic water bottle with plastic lid.

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