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Wood Camp Mug & Spoon Set

This hand-finished kuksa and spoon set strikes the perfect balance between Nordic tradition and modern lifestyle and are inspired by our true passion for adventure. The word kuksa ("guksi" in Finnish, "kasa" in Swedish) actually translates as wooden cup which, originates from the Nordic Sami people who lived and worked as nomads in the area around the Arctic circle. The guksi was an important part of their everyday living and outdoor lifestyle. Our guksi is carved from a solid piece of hardwood and has a 12.5oz capacity with a large flat bottom for good stability. It also features an easy-to-grip handle and a short paracord lanyard so you can hang it on your pack for travel or on a hook for storage. Because a kuksa isn’t just for drinking, we’ve also included a matching carved wood spoon so you can enjoy your favorite stew or soup. The wood is a natural hardwood from the Pará rubber tree (Hevea brasiliensis) which is a fully sustainable material. The trees are grown for their sap, and once they stop producing, they are then harvested for their solid wood to be used for furniture and items like this kuksa so that nothing goes to waste.

ADVENTURE READY - There’s something special about drinking outdoors, from a wood mug. Perfect for camping, picnicking, or simply lounging around in your home or backyard.
HANDCRAFTED – Carved from a solid piece of 100% natural hardwood and are each artfully unique.
PRACTICAL - The durable, solid wood construction makes these great to take these on the road, to a picnic, or camping so you don't have to worry about broken cups.
LARGE - Its capacity is about 12.5oz (350ml) which is perfectly sized for your morning coffee, trail mix, or your favorite dehydrated backpacking meal.
ORGANIC & ECO-FRIENDLY - Made of solid, fully sustainable hardwood which is totally organic and BPA free.

Care Instructions: Make sure to hand wash with warm water and dry before initial use. To get the most out of your Kuska, occasionally apply a light coat of food-grade oil to keep the wood from drying out and potentially cracking. Olive oil or Linseed oil works great. Avoid extreme temperatures, dishwashers or microwaves.

NOTE: Due to the nature of carving and wood material, the color and shape can vary slightly from the images.

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