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Helmet on the Cuff

Check out this adorable idea for Father's Day...helmet cuff links.  


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 These cufflinks are made from actual football helmets worn by the team represented.  

Uncommon Goods describes them:

"Gear up for an exciting day at the office with authentic football helmet cufflinks that let you go head-to-head at work and on the town. A piece of sports history, each collector's pair celebrates your favorite team with game-played helmets. Cufflinks feature sterling silver findings with the school name stamped on the back. Each pair comes gift boxed with a certificate of authenticity. Handmade in the USA and Mexico of sterling silver. Finishes may vary due to the age and uniqueness of each game-played helmet used to create this item."

What a completely clever idea!  Time for them to make some more teams available too...

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