Mountain Pint Glass
North Drinkware glasses are handblown, lead-free and dishwasher safe. All glasses are handmade one-of-a-kind products that may have slight variation. Packaged individually in a robust kraft tube, and wrapped in custom topo map newsprint.
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16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Mt. Hood - Oregon's highest peak at 11,250 feet - molded into the base of the glass.
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Mt. Bachelor molded into the base of the glass. All the iconic details of this 9,068 foot volcano are in the glass - from Summit Bowls to the Cinder Cone - creating an unmatched familiarity for winter and summer adventurers who’ve spent time exploring one of Central Oregon's favorite playgrounds.
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Mt. Rainier - Washington's highest peak at 14,409 feet.
Mt. Saint Helens
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Mount St. Helens molded into the base of the glass. The details of this iconic erupted 8,366 ft peak come to life with your favorite drink in the glass.
16 oz glass featuring USGS data of the iconic Teton National Park in Wyoming. In the glass you'll see the South, Middle and Grand Teton in addition to Mt. Owen, Teewinot and Nez Perce Peak. The iconic Teton range, topping out at 13,776 feet, comes to life when you enjoy your favorite drink.
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Mt. Shasta at 14,179 ft. At the southern end of the Cascade Range in California Mt. Shasta is connected to its satellite cone of Shastina and together they dominate the Northern California landscape.
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of The Maroon Bells - two of Colorados most iconic 14'ers - molded into the base of the glass. Maroon Peak at 14,163ft and North Maroon Peak at 14,019 come alive when you pour in your favorite drink.
16 oz pint glass with USGS data of Lake Tahoe covering 1,000 sq mi. Lake Tahoe, the largest Alpine lake in North America, sinks to 1,645 feet deep, stretches 22 miles long and 12 miles wide. It is the second deepest lake in America.