CSD Syracuse Orange Kolder Kaddy Can Holder P9950042CSD-8686709224 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/CSD/CSD-8686709224.jpg Syracuse Orange Kolder Kaddy Can Holder These foldable can holders are constructed from 3mm Neoprene \"Wetsuit\" rubber. They are designed to keep your favorite beverage COLD.. and your hands WARM! The holder is collapsible and has sewn seams on two sides. The neoprene construction means it is easy to remove the bottle from the holder - no pliers needed. The Kolder Holder will fit in the console of your car, truck, golf cart or boat. Made By KOLDER 9950042 086867092242 0.58lbs 0.25 7.50 10.00
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Syracuse Orange Kolder Kaddy Can Holder

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Upc: 086867092242
Model: CSD-8686709224
Price: $2.31
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$8.59 To [ 20149 ] Estimated Delivery Date: 2020-08-12 to 2020-08-14
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200+ $2.31 $84.19 $2.73/Each 75%

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These foldable can holders are constructed from 3mm Neoprene "Wetsuit" rubber. They are designed to keep your favorite beverage COLD.. and your hands WARM! The holder is collapsible and has sewn seams on two sides. The neoprene construction means it is easy to remove the bottle from the holder - no pliers needed. The Kolder Holder will fit in the console of your car, truck, golf cart or boat. Made By KOLDER

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TeamNameSyracuse Orange
LeagueNameNCAA
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