Beer-Drinking Gloves, Fingerless, Print 2 Sides
 
Item #AKIUB-DFDCD
We call them beer-drinking gloves! If you take your gloves off to perform a task (like cracking open a cold one) this fingerless glove's for you. Popular in purple for Mardi Gras and kelly green with shamrocks on the palm for St. Patty's day. Comfortable acrylic knit. Made in the USA. 12 colors to fit every school, any team. For the palm print, choose from 20+ exclusive Fan Fun Art designs; footballs, megaphones, much more!
 
Category: Gloves, Beverage Insulators
Colors: Black, Red, Navy Blue, Royal Blue, Kelly Green, Forest Green, Purple, Maroon Red, Orange, Gold, Brown, Pink
Themes: Drinking, Fundraising, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick's Day, Tailgating
Imprint: 2.75" l on back of hand; And on palm. Screen printed. Price includes 1 color, 2 sides, 2 locations
Options: Upgrades: Standard, Polybagging (+$0.25), Color change (+$18.75)
Additional Info: Made in USA
Packaging: Bundled in 12 pair; 144 units/ctn; 12 lbs./ctn; Dimensions: 20" x 14" x 11"
Production Time: 8 to 10 working days or 5 to 7 working days for rush service
Beer-Drinking Gloves, Fingerless, Print 2 Sides
Beer-Drinking Gloves, Fingerless, Print 2 Sides
Item #AKIUB-DFDCD
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Beer-Drinking Gloves, Fingerless, Print 2 Sides
Item #AKIUB-DFDCD
 Quantity:   144     288     576     1,000  
 Pcs. Per Unit:   2     2     2     2  
 Your Price (each):   $4.40     $4.22     $4.04     $3.76  
Pricing is per unit. Additional charges may apply.
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