It was a birthday party for the ages, the United States Bicentennial...or so we imagine. We weren't there, but based on the depiction in The People vs. Larry Flynt, it was epic. And for whatever lasting legacy it left, there is this, an equally epic logo that was commissioned for the celebration. It was everywhere...gracing stamps (they used to be a big deal), flags, and even the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center. It doesn't get much more American than that.
Lightweight and durable, the Civil Standard camp mug is a must-have for all armchair vexillologists, American history buffs, and civic identity geeks. Coffee, whiskey, oatmeal...it holds all manner of consumable provisions in the backcountry or the backyard. It doesn't discriminate on product or place. Sure to impress neighbors and thru-hikers alike!