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Green Bay Packers Rug

Dimensions: 60 in. W x 92 in. L. Made in U.S.A. Show your team pride and add style to your tailgating party with FANMATS area rugs. Made in U.S.A. 100% nylon carpet and non-skid DuragonĀ® latex backing. Officially licensed and chromojet printed in true team colors.

$210.20
 

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