We all know about Benjamin Franklin's kite experiment. Yes, electricity is cool, but honestly, did you know that there were kites in the 1750's? Have you ever imagined the founding fathers taking a break from penning the Declaration of Independence to just, ya know, go fly a kite for a bit? Wild.
Either way, Philadelphia's Favorite Son flew one and now we can turn our lights on. This koozie, covered in kites, lightning bolts, and Liberty Bells, is our way of saying thank you, Benny.
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Details: Stitched outer piping for non-flimsy, non-frayed edges
Packaging: Cardboard insert packaging made of recycled natural cardstock
Patterns: All of our gear is unique, which means the exact pattern locations may differ slightly from what's seen in the photo. That's called one-of-a-kind.
Colors: We do our best to show you an exact representation, but as everyone views on a different device, it's possible that the colors of the product may differ slightly from what's seen on your screen.
Care: Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
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