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Hydro Flask - 12oz Wide Mouth - Kids Hydration bottle

C$35.95
With a colourful, easy-to-clean straw lid and durable flex boot, this is the perfect companion for any adventure - big or small.
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Small Size. Big Adventure.

Just the right size for little hands, the Hydro Flask for kids is made with the same stainless steel and double wall vacuum insulation as their bigger bottles. Every sip stays icy cold for up to 24 hours =- so when recess or practice wraps up, the perfect refreshment is waiting on the sidelines. With a colourful, easy-to-clean straw lid and durable flex boot, this is the perfect companion for any adventure - big or small.

Note: the Wide mouth straw lid is NOT intended for hot liquids.

MATERIALS & CARE

Convenient smaller size ideal for kids

Flex Boot for added protection and easy grip for smaller hands

Easy to clean

Easy sip Straw Lid

TempShield™ insulation keeps your drinks cold for 24 hours

Durable 18/8 Pro-Grade Stainless Steel construction

Unique Color Last™ powder coat for non-slip grip and lasting color

BPA-Free and Phthalate-Free

Not to be used with hot liquids

Dishwasher safe

Lifetime Warranty

Size & Dimensions

12oz / 355ml

Diameter: 3”

Height: 6.8”

Weight: 9.6oz

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