Gate of Marin Stainless Steel Water Bottle

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Color: Black

SKU 2847099_16030
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Gate of Marin comes from a poem called “October in the Railroad Earth “ by Jack Kerouac. Kerouac wrote this piece in San Francisco during the fall and winter of 1952-53.

The excerpt reads, “But it was that beautiful cut of clouds I could always see above the little S.P. alley, puffs floating by from Oakland or the Gate of Marin to the north or San Jose south, the clarity of Cal to break your heart. “

The Golden Gate Bridge means many things to many people but for those living on the Marin side, it’s a symbol of home.

Celebrate Sausalito with this unique design by Cricket Press [Lexington, KY]

This 17-ounce, double-walled stainless steel water bottle is perfect for your daily outings. It will keep your drink of choice hot or cold for hours. It also features an odor- and leak-proof cap. Throw it in your car's cup holder on your way to work, take it with you on hikes, or toss it in your bag for any time you get thirsty.

• High-grade stainless steel
• 17 oz (500 ml)
• Dimensions: 10.5″ × 2.85″ (27 × 7 cm)
• Vacuum flask
• Double-wall construction
• Bowling pin shape
• Glossy finish
• Odorless and leak-proof cap
• Insulated for hot and cold liquids (keeps the liquid hot or cold for 6 h)
• Patented ORCA coating for vibrant colors
• Hand-wash only
• Blank product sourced from China

Disclaimer: Keeping water in the bottle for over 24 hours is unhygienic and can result in an unpleasant smell.