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1966 Duke Blue Devils Artwork: Water Bottle

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$19.59 $27.99
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(600ml)

As World War I ended, Duke's Board of Trustees, then called the "Trinity College Board of Trustees", lifted their quarter century ban of football on campus leading to an interest in naming the athletic teams. The team was then known as the Trinity Eleven, the Blue and White, or the Methodists (as opposed to the Baptists of nearby rival Wake Forest University). Because of the ambiguity, the student newspaper, the Trinity Chronicle (now called The Chronicle) launched a campaign to create a new mascot. The Trinity Chronicle editor narrowed the many nominations down to those that utilized the school colors of dark blue and white. The narrowed list consisted of Blue Titans, Blue Eagles, Blue Devils, Royal Blazes, and Blue Warriors. The name actually refers to the Chasseurs Alpins, also known as "les diables bleus" ("The Blue Devils"), a French military unit which had impressed many Duke students and alumni returning home from the Western Front. The nickname of the Chasseurs Alpins was derived from the blue jacket and blue-grey breeches worn as part of their World War I-era uniform.
Product details
Show your team pride with vintage art while staying hydrated at the gym or on the go. Artwork has been reproduced from the original and has been digitally restored, framed, and enhanced for vibrant color. The no-spill fold-out straw spout makes it easy to use and perfect for working out, cycling, and hiking, or with kids.
  • 20 oz. water bottle with stem/straw top
  • Stainless steel with comfortable, spill-proof straw cap
  • Hand wash only; not for use in microwave
  • 100% BPA free reusable water bottle
  • Height: 9 3/8”
  • Weight: 0.47 lbs.
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