Gates Ajar at Como Park in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1908 22oz Vacuum Insulated Bottle
The Gates Ajar is a mosaiculture garden established in Como Park in 1894. Parks Superintendent Frederick Nussbaumer brought the idea of Gates Ajar from European parks where such displays were familiar religious horticultural features. Gates Ajar still exists today, albeit in a slightly different spot at Como Park.
Vacuum insulation is a big deal if you care about beverage temperature change. Double-wall construction means that hot liquids can remain hot up to 12 hours while colder choices can last a full 48 hours; that’s two whole days. Furthermore, these bottles are condensation-proof - no sweating or slipping. Built to fit standard vehicle cup holders, the stainless steel sides are both scratch and fade resistant.
.: Scratch and fade resistant
.: 22oz (0.65 l)
.: One size: 10.6" in height, 2.9" in width