NAMASTE - Carter Move Travel Mug
NAMASTE - Carter Move Travel Mug
NAMASTE - Carter Move Travel Mug
NAMASTE - Carter Move Travel Mug

NAMASTE - Carter Move Travel Mug

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Emblazed with an Indonesian Inspired Nori-Phant

NAMASTE

“The Good in me honors the Good in you.”

 Take this Fellow "Carter Move" wherever you go!!

No matter if you like your coffee piping hot or over ice, our new 2022 Fellow is the perfect travel companion for your daily adventures.

  • CARTER MOVE MUG - Consider your commute covered! Designed to amplify your coffee drinking experience even when you're on the go with a snap-in splash guard and a slim width, Carter Move Mug is ready to roll
  • TRUE TASTE CERAMIC COATING - Your coffee should taste how you intended; unlike stainless steel, our ceramic interior coating keeps your brew pure and free of lingering odors, oils, and "old penny" tasting notes
  • HEAT-LOCK YOUR COFFEE & TEA - Our 304 18/8 double-wall vacuum-insulated stainless steel tumbler maintains temperature; It retains heat up to 12 hours and stays cold up to 24 hours
  • ON-THE-GO COMPATIBILITY - By car, by bike, or by backpack, the slim width fits any adventure! This travel tumbler was designed to easily fit in most cupholders without compromising our mug inspired mouth designed for you to take in the full aroma of your coffee
  • ELIMINATE LIQUID MISHAPS - And thanks to Carter's leak-proof seal, you have our your-bag-is-not-getting-wet guarantee with the quick twist locking lid your beverage is secure when tagging along with you
  • Drink more Iron Bean Coffee in one go with this 16oz Coffee Companion

Meet Carter Move Mug

Coffee that can keep up.

Consider your commute covered. Designed to amplify the senses and engineered to fit your travel needs with a snap-in splash guard and a slim width, Carter Move Mug is ready to roll!

We never understood why to-go tumblers made design decisions that compromised the coffee drinking experience. The senses–taste, smell, and touch–were ignored, while durability and extreme heat retention were prioritized. Why not both?

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