Oregon Wilde (Wilde Co. Collab)

Regular price $25.00

For a while, we've tried to figured out how to collaborate with other creators. This new series is one of those. These mugs are a partnership with the talented studio, Wilde Co.  and CMSco couldn't be more stoked to have connected with them on a few mugs. As it states on their site:  

"We are the guys who make your stuff. No mystery, no smoke and mirrors. We will get to know you, as a person, as a brand, and as a company."

This couldn't ring truer with our approach to mugs too. That said, we hope you enjoy these mugs and show your support of both brands through a purchase! Selling mugs has never been the main objective, connecting with people has though and this is one more step towards exciting future projects! Thanks Chad for sharing your work with us and making this possible. 

Wherever your journey takes you, Camp Mug Supply Company hopes to inspire adventure through our simple outdoor essentials. 


About the designs:

Designs may slightly vary and could have small imperfections from the hand-done process. In most instances the mug you purchase may be made to order, special just for you. This aspect makes our product unique and truly handmade. We take pride in offering you something with a little extra bit of character and hope this resonates with you as well.  

Care Instructions:
All mugs are painted using a special porcelain paint that is oven-cured for 35 minutes at 300°F (148.89°C). This ensures a durable and long lasting design and makes your mug top-rack dishwasher safe. We do however, recommend hand washing your mug to ensure longevity of the design. 

Not entirely indestructible so please note: Do NOT use in the microwave, these mugs are made of high grade steel coated in enamel. They will not respond well to this. These mugs are much more durable than a traditional porcelain mug though. They can take a beating but severe falls could lead to chipped enamel. This only adds a bit more character to its complexion and maybe a good story. Note that exposed metal underneath the enamel could potentially rust when exposed to prolonged liquids and air so be mindful of that.  

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