SYG Siskiyou Buckle CBOR26 10 Texas A & M Aggies Steel Ring P5027761SYG-CBOR26-10 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/SYG/SYG-CBOR26-10.jpg Siskiyou Buckle CBOR26 10 Texas A & M Aggies Steel Ring Description:This unique ring is made of 316L stainless steel and features a fully cast and enameled Texas A & M Aggies logo. In addition to the attractive look of this ring it also includes a functional bottle opener feature.Features:Officially licensed collegiate product 5027761 754603153051 0.30lbs 1.50 1.50 1.50
Siskiyou Buckle
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customer review - by , June 6, 2017
4/ 5stars
Great
customer review - by , April 4, 2017
4/ 5stars
Nice ring
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Siskiyou Buckle CBOR26-10 Texas A & M Aggies Steel Ring

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Model: SYG-CBOR26-10
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Description:
This unique ring is made of 316L stainless steel and features a fully cast and enameled Texas A & M Aggies logo. In addition to the attractive look of this ring it also includes a functional bottle opener feature.
Features:
  • Officially licensed collegiate product

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TeamNameTexas A&M Aggies
LeagueNameNCAA

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By marco a lozano
Date Added: Friday 09 June, 2017
Great
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
By RAYMOND D JENKINS
Date Added: Friday 07 April, 2017
Nice ring
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
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