Sports Scrunchies Handmade from University of Alabama 100% COTTON Crimson Red White Black College Football Ponytail Holder Athlete Sorority

Only 2 left in stock


Sports Scrunchies Handmade ~ EACH $2.75

Proudly show your favorite team! University of Alabama!

Perfect for football fans, college students, sports coach gift too!
Makes a Great Christmas Stocking Stuffer for the holidays!

4.5" (inch) Diameter
1.5" (inch) Width

* Made with 1/8 inch wide elastic ~ Triple-knotted for durability

100% Cotton - Crimson Red, Black block print with White bordering

Has "BAMA" in White on Black; Seal with "A" and "ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE"
Seal measures 1.75" (inch) diameter; Elephant mascot "Big Al" is 1.75" x .75"

* Sewn with Red, and Black Thread ~ Double-stitched


Photo 1 ~ Front #1
Photo 2 ~ Front #2
Photo 3 ~ Front #3
Photo 4 ~ Front #4
Photo 5 ~ Front #5

*Photo 6 ~ Front, Quintet
*Photo 7 ~ Back #1
*Photo 8 ~ Back #2

Photo 9 ~ Fabric view

*Photo 10 ~ Back, Quintet

* Each Scrunchie Sold Separately

- Gym, Sports events, Birthday, Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc.
- Tie in hair to make a bun or ponytail, or wear around wrist for decoration!
- Perfect for the football sports fan - for all ages - kids, teens, women, men!

Hand wash, Cold water. Lay flat to dry.

Handmade in USA -by Malia K

NOTE: Designs may vary slightly per item depending on how the fabric is cut.


Legal ~

* Maliakei Bags is not affiliated with or sponsored by University of Alabama. This item is not a licensed University of Alabama product, it is however hand-made from licensed University of Alabama fabric and is intended for personal use only.

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