Wolf Howl Water Bottle
Wolf Howl Insulated Water Bottle
Liam Ashurst has silk screen printed his 'Wolf Howl' onto a semi-matte black water bottle. This insulated water bottle is guaranteed to keep your drinks ice cold for up to 24 hours and your warm drinks hot for up to 12!
All of our double-walled vacuum insulated water bottles are made from stainless steel, and are topped with a laser etched bamboo lid.
For every water bottle sold, we donate 10% to Frank Water!
The interesting details:
- Ice cold drinks - Our exceptional double-walled vacuum insulation keeps your drinks ice-cold for up to 24 hours
- Long lasting hot drinks - The insulation works both ways, make lukewarm drinks a thing of the pat and enjoy your hot drinks, hot, for up to 12 hours
- Leak Proof - Our sustainably sourced bamboo lid doesn't just keep the temperature of your drink in the bottle, it keeps your bag safe from any leakages
- 100% BPA Free - No toxins or chemicals have been used in the making of this bottle so you can rest assured that you'll only be drinking what you want!
We provide international posting on all products! We are based in the UK so rates vary.
Please make sure your delivery address is correct when you order, if you wish to change it please get in touch as soon as possible via the "contact us" page.
If you live in the UK, your order should take no more than 2-5 working days depending on your chosen delivery method. If you spend £50 or over UK postage is FREE. If you spend £100 or over worldwide postage is FREE. Excludes skateboards, longboards & art decks as these items require a courier service!
If you live outside the UK, delivery time can be anything from 2-5 weeks, depending on how far your order has to travel. If it doesn’t arrive within a month of your order please get in touch.
Please note: If ordering prints, on arrival remove your print from the delivery tube, spread it flat and place a flat object with a smooth surface (e.g. a book) on the top. After a few minutes, your print will return to its original shape. Shipping in a roll is the safest form of print transportation. Thanks for your understanding.