Sport Mugs

By Max'is Creations


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Originally designed by an 8-year-old basketball fan for shooting marshmallows into hot cocoa, this oversized mug brings game time fun to meal and snack time. Can be used as a cup or a bowl.

  • Materials: Ceramic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Each item is unique and may vary
  • Use for hot cocoa and marshmallows, soup and oyster crackers, cereal and milk and more
  • Great for kids and sports enthusiasts
  • Made in Thailand
  • Capacity: 16 fl. oz.
  • Dimensions: 6.6" x 5.1" x 4.5"
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs.

28 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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11/4/2014 by Judith

We are very happy with this item and are glad Max had the good idea and has had the opportunity to understand all that goes in to producing it. Well> Well done,
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great idea

10/22/2015 by Stephanie

I absolutely love this idea! So cute! The cup is a big size so it will be good for cereal or soup. My only gripe is that the glove seems to be attached to a already made mug so there are a lot of cracks between the glove and mug which will harbor germs. On the other hand the cracks are not in the surface area where food is, but I feel the glove will break off soon.More > < Less


Arrived broken

12/5/2015 by Yalonda

The mug is cute but it was not properly packaged when shipped and arrived broken.

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Max'is Creations - Mug with a Hoop

About Max'is Creations


Go ahead, kids—play with your food.
Max Ash, the brainchild behind MAX’IS Creations, isn’t just a kid at heart. He’s an actual kid who, at the age of eight, made his first Mug With a Hoop during art class.
When his classmates began to copy his design, Max and his parents knew the idea was a slam dunk. Originally intended for shooting marshmallows into hot cocoa, this fan favorite brings game time fun to everything from berries and cereal to oyster crackers and soup.
With the help and encouragement of his family, Max has kept adding different sports to his mug designs. From grade school project to prototype to production in just a few years, it’s been a life lesson for Max (now 12) in business and manufacturing. This full-fledged entrepreneur happens to have dyslexia, a language-based learning disability often linked to creativity.
Congratulations to Max. His patented cross between a mug and a bowl is sure to get plenty of play with sports fans of all ages.