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  • MSI Fleece Scarf

This fleece scarf will have the same MSI logo that the polo shirts have on one end.  Perfect for those cold days at the Raven's game or rallying in Annapolis on 2A Tuesday.

 

Don't forget to check out our MSI Micro Fleece Hat.

 


 

NoteThis is just a stock photo of the scarf.  The scarf you receive will be the same Royal blue as our other clothing and have the MSI logo embroidered on one end.

MSI Fleece Scarf

  • Product Code: MSI-MFS
  • Availability: 22
  • $20.00


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