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Walleye Stainless Steel Water Bottle

$23.00

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The walleye, a revered fish in many Indigenous cultures, embodies the spirit of water and is considered a symbol of strength, endurance, and fertility. Known for its distinctive large, bright eyes, the walleye is adept at navigating murky waters, symbolizing wisdom and a deep connection with nature. It holds a sacred status among various tribes and is often seen as a powerful emblem of the natural world.  

In Indigenous traditions, especially within the Métis culture, fishing for walleye is not only a means of sustenance but also a way to strengthen community bonds and preserve cultural practices. The walleye, prized for its delicious taste, is an integral part of Indigenous fishing traditions, especially in regions like Lesser Slave Lake, where it is revered both as a significant food source and a cultural keystone. 

What better way to hydrate than with this walleye water bottle that reminds us of our connection to the water? 

Design by Métis artist Angie Saltman. 

This custom stainless steel water bottle is as robust as it is practical. Made with 18/8 food-grade stainless steel, it delivers long-lasting looks and stays like new for years on end. Each bottle is 20oz in size and features a wide neck for effortless sipping. 

  • One size: 20oz (0.59 l)
  • Material: 18/8 Food grade stainless steel
  • Features a wide neck
  • Black cap

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