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2010 AYHA Player warm up sale starts today
Submitted By Steve Sammons on Wednesday, November 24, 2010
The 2010 AYHA annual warm up sale will begin Friday, November 26th and last through Sunday, December 6th.  We have all the warm up sizes displayed in the Pro-shop at Bird Arena. 

Simply stop in and determine your size, complete the order form and pay for your warm up.  We will then order everyone’s warm up on December 6th and have them embroidered with the AYHA logo and they should be available for pick up at the pro-shop prior to Christmas.  The warm up jacket will sell for $46.75 and the pants will sell for $36.00.  If you have questions please contact Emily Oberlin at [email protected] or she can be reached at the rink at (740)593-4676.  Click here for the order form.
·         This sale is a once per year sale. 
·         We will not be able to order individual warm ups after the December 5th deadline has passed.
·         Payment must be made in full at the time of order.  

Bauer Warm Up Jacket Body: 100% Nylon raised rip-stop with coating Lining: 100% Polyester mesh Back vent: 100% Polyester mesh PROFILE The perfect warm up for all on and off ice activity, durable, lightweight and water-resistant, the BAUER Warm Up Jacket is made from 100% nylon ripstop.  Breathable inside mesh lining with back wind vent for increased ventilation.   Jacket has two outside pockets with zip closure and an inside media pocket.   Inside back panel un-zips for easy front and back embroidery access.
FIT Classic         
Sizes» Mens S – XXL Youth XS – XL        
Colors» BLACK [BLK]
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