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*Available to Tomb Guards
Laser Engraved TUS Tumbler
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Laser Engraved TUS Tumbler
These 20 oz tumblers have a durable exterior wall that is made with high-grade 304 18/8 food grade steel, anti-rust and lead free, They are unbreakable and stand up to heavy use through every season. The clear press-on top helps you see what's inside. These tumblers feature excellent temperature retention to keep your on-the-go beverages hot for three hours or cold for nine hours, perfect for daily use.
Other features include:
- Double wall vacuum insulation
- Sweat free technology
- BPA Free
- Powder coated finish
- Fits most cup holders
- Hand wash only
- Manufactured by Polar Camel and engraved by County Road Custom Millwork
Please contact the assistant quartermaster Dave Hathaway at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding placing your order.
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Did you know?
Are the shoes specially made with very thick soles to keep the heat and cold from their feet?
The shoes are standard issue military dress shoes. They are built up so the sole and heel are equal in height. This allows the Sentinel to stand with a straight back and perpendicular to the ground. A side effect of this is that the Sentinel can "roll" on the outside of the build up walking down the mat. Done correctly, the hat and bayonet will appear to not "bob" up and down with each step. It gives a more formal, fluid and smooth look to the walk, rather than a "marching" appearance.
The soles have a steel tip on the toe and a "horseshoe" steel plate on the heel. This prevents wear on the sole and allows the Sentinel to move smoothly during his movements when he turns to face the Tomb and then back down the mat.
Then there is the "clicker". It is a shank of steel attached to the inside of the face of the heel build-up on each shoe. It allows the Sentinel to heel click during certain movements. A guard change is considered great when all the heel clicks fall together and sound as one click. The guard change is occasionally done in the "silent" mode (as a sign of devotion to the Unknowns) with no voice commands - every thing is done in relation to the heel clicks and on specific counts.