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Oakland Raiders Cooler Quad Chair

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Oakland Raiders Cooler Quad Chair

Oakland Raiders Cooler Quad Chair Ultimate Tailgating Gear Buy Now Button

  • PRICE $39.99 PRIME 2-DAY SHIPPING
  • Built-in 4- to 6-can soft cooler, program pouch, and cup holder
  • Canvas
  • Team logo printed on front and back
  • Matching carrying case with team logo for easy traveling
  • 17.5mm powder-coated steel frame
  • 300 lb weight rating

The Oakland Raiders Quad Chair is perfect for Tailgating!  You can store 4-6 icy cold beverages of your choice in the built in cooler in the left arm of the chair.  You won’t even have to get up to go to the ice chest every time you need a cold one! When you pop open the top of your icy cold beverage, you can set it in the built-in drink holder in the right arm of the chair.  It doesn’t get much better than this friends!  When you’re finished, your chair folds up easily and fits right inside its very own carrying case to match…. also with your Team’s logo on it!


Oakland Raiders Canopy

Oakland Raiders Canopy Amazon Buy Dog Football Jersey

  • SALE PRICE $140.99   PRIME FREE DELIVERY
  • NFL Instant Pop-Up Canopy Tent with Carrying Case, 10×10
  • Coleman Brand
  • Emblazoned with your favorite team’s logo
  • UPF 50+ protection
  • One-piece steel frame for quick and easy setup
  • Lightweight and water resistant
  • Size: 10 ft. x 10 ft.

For all of you devoted Oakland Raiders Fans,  be sure to check out the

Oakland Raiders Fan Shop


Oakland Raiders Fun Facts


FUN FACT:       In 1982, amidst much controversy, the Raiders relocated to Los Angeles. The team finished with the NFL’s best regular season record that year; one year later, the Raiders beat the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl XVIII to capture their third (and, to date, last) Super Bowl championship.

Team Name:    Oakland Raiders

Team Est:          January 30, 1960

Team City:        Oakland, California

Team Coach:    Jack Del Rio


 

 

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