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    just another Saddle Tramp Dusty Boots's Avatar
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    New insulated coffee mug and air pillow

    I decided it was time to replace my aging plastic double walled (non insulated) coffee mug with one that has an insulated sleeve and no handle that juts out making for less packing ease.
    This new mug (GSI Infinity Backpacker Mug) holds 2 cups (500 ml, 1/2l), has graduated marking on the inside and a webbing handle. Makes for a little easier packing.

    I also bought a very compact, lightweight inflatable pillow (MEC Air Pillow) that takes less then 3 puffs to fully inflate. This will reduce the space taken up by my current pillow set up!
    I'm trying to reduce my packing size for my trip abroad next year.

    Deb, I will try it out tonight on the new sleeping pad and let ya know how it works!


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    Re: New insulated coffee mug and air pillow

    The GSI Outdoors Infinity Backpacker Mug is a very good mug. Been using one for the last four years. Picked mine up at REI.
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    Re: New insulated coffee mug and air pillow

    You can't beat a Contigo mug. They keep coffee hot (or cold drinks cold) for hours. 2- 3 hours later the coffee is still hot. We will fill it up while we are eating supper and it is still hot for our "night cap" coffee.

    They also don't leak while traveling.

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