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18 oz Rambler Bottle

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

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18 oz Rambler Bottle 48 minimum

  • Laser Engraved

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$43.95 $42.95 $41.95 $40.95 $39.95

Alpine Yellow
Black
Navy
Seafoam
Stainless Steel
White

Total: $2,109.60

$43.95 each / 48 pieces

The Rambler® 18 oz. Bottle is a necessary addition to your morning hikes, kayak trips, and daily commutes. This tough bottle is double-wall vacuum insulated to keep your water cold until the last sip, dishwasher safe for easy cleaning, and comes standard with the Chug Cap. With a quick twist, the TripleHaul™ handle comes off, exposing our shatter-resistant, dishwasher safe spout that allows for controlled gulps on the go. When it’s time for a wash or refill, remove the entire cap to expose the bottle’s wide mouth. Separate your Rambler from the herd with your choice of stainless, DuraCoat™ Color and Seasonal finishes.

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

Rates are approximations. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

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