Sloping Ski Glasses

Relish that rush-of-wind feeling every time you take a sip.

$58.00

Full Speed Ahead

Riding up the mountain: Exciting. Zipping down it: completely, utterly exhilarating. Relish that rush-of-wind feeling every time you take a sip with this clever, conversational set of glasses. Featuring illustrated graphics of four skiers, each in a different spot on the slope, the slanting glassware is a fun gift for free spirits who live for fresh powder. Glassware made in Italy, decorated in Edina, Minnesota.

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
glass
Measurements
5.38" H; 12.3 oz.
Ingredients
Care
Top rack dishwasher safe.
Item ID
47997

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