CSD Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Kolder Kaddy Can Holder P9950177CSD-8686750024 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/CSD/CSD-8686750024.jpg Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Kolder Kaddy Can Holder These foldable can holders are constructed from a glitter scuba surface. They are designed to keep your favorite beverage COLD.. and your hands WARM! The 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. The collapsible can coolie insulates 12-ounce cans. Made By KOLDER 9950177 086867500242 0.58lbs 0.25 7.50 10.00
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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Kolder Kaddy Can Holder

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Upc: 086867500242
Model: CSD-8686750024
Price: $2.56
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These foldable can holders are constructed from a glitter scuba surface. They are designed to keep your favorite beverage COLD.. and your hands WARM! The 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. The collapsible can coolie insulates 12-ounce cans. Made By KOLDER

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TeamNameLos Angeles Angels
LeagueNameMLB
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