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Catan Koozie

SKU: C19A-A220
How do you avoid a warm drink while playing the best board game out there? You get yourself the new Catan Can Koozie with the full cover artwork wrapped on this one of a kind koozie!
$6.00
Availability: In stock
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Features:

-Made Of Laminated Open Cell Foam

-Folds Flat For Pocket Or Purse Storage

-Made In The USA

Features:

-Made Of Laminated Open Cell Foam

-Folds Flat For Pocket Or Purse Storage

-Made In The USA

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