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Packers Newborn 3 Piece Set

 

This Packers Newborn 3 Piece Set includes everything you need to dress your newborn up for a Packer victory! Included in this 3 piece set is a bib, cap, and booties. The bib attaches using velcro and is white with green trim. The bib includes the words PACKERS FOOTBALL PLAYER and features a football with the Green Bay logo. The Cap is green with the Packers logo and the word PACKERS underneath it. The booties are also green and they feature the Wisconsin Green Bay Packers logo on the top. This set is made of 100 percent cotton. Officially licensed NFL apparel. Keep your newborn stylish with this wonderful 3 piece set!

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Free standard shipping
Screen Printed Design
100% Cotton
3 Piece set
White Bib
Green Cap
Green Booties
Newborn Size: 0/6 months
Officially licensed NFL apparel
Free standard shipping
Generations Clothing is a family-owned company specializing in sports team apparel for adults, children, toddlers and infants. Owned and operated by Emma and Lee Ebel, Generations Clothing started in 1996 in Shawano, Wisconsin, as a children's store named Twinkle, Twinkle. As demand grew for more adult sports team clothing, they grew and renamed the store Generations. Now four generations of the Ebel family support the efforts to keep the most current inventory available. Wisconsin Sports Team...

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