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  • Eight pockets in a lightweight vest that gets rave reviews from our customers.

    "Love it!," "Fantastic vest--great comfort, great security!," "A winner!" These are just a few of the comments we've received about our lightweight, travel-savvy vest.

    And it's no wonder! We gave it five exterior and three interior pockets to keep essentials safe and ensure easy airport security checks (just load it up and send it through W-ray screening).

    Made of soft, pre-washed Supplex nylon that's windproof, fast-drying and stain resistant, with moisture-wicking mesh lining.

    Imported.

    Select color and unisex size:
    XS (chest 32")
    S (34")
    M (36-38")
    L (40-42")
    XL (44-46")
    2XL (48-50")
    $55.00
    4.7/5 (36)
  • Stylish leather cover protects your passport from identity thieves.

    Protect your passport in style with this soft leather cover that not only keeps it easily accessible, but also includes RFID blocking technology to prevent thieves from scanning the RF information chips embedded in U.S. passports. Classic fold-over design has an ID slot and two large pockets for cash, credit cards and receipts.

    Select color.

    5-1/2" x 4" x 1/4"; 4 oz.
    $50.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Deluxe Electric Football Game

    The updated and popular return of an old favorite! A larger, perfectly proportioned game board with double rail for the advanced Electric Football player. Fun for the entire family! Comes with two unpainted three-dimensional teams, Pro Line magnetized goal posts, real 10-yard chain and down marker, and everything you need to play Electric Football. Interchangeable/adjustable players and player bases. Recommended for ages 8+. Product Size: 35.5" x 18.1" x 1.2".

    History of Tudor Games - Written by Earl Shores

    Electric Football's ancestry can be traced back to 1929, when Elmer Sas incorporated Tudor Metal Products in New York City. The company survived the Depression through the popularity of its Budget Bank, which Elmer created. In the late 40's, Elmer's son Norman became president of Tudor, and invented the toy we all know and love - - Electric Football.

    Those early No. 500 Electric Football models look crude to the modern eye - - but, just for a second, imagine being a child on Christmas morning in 1949. No spinners, no dice, no cards to flip over. . . just turn on the game and watch your players run - - all by themselves!

    Electric Football was an immediate hit, captivating boys' imaginations like few toys ever had. Tudor produced the first all-plastic 3-D men in 1958. In the early 60's, industrial designer Lee Payne was showing Norman Sas a set of player prototypes whose realism would change Electric Football forever. Tudor introduced these players on its first large game, the 1962 #600 model.
    $159.95
  • Tru-Action Electric Baseball Game

    Realistic and authentic baseball action where players have complete control. Features include total Pitching control for fast balls, curves, and changeups; and total Batting control for bunts, hitting to the opposite field, and swinging away for singles, doubles, triples, and home runs. Speed control adjusts players' running speed around the bases. Fun for two or more players. Recommended for ages 8+. Game Size: 19.3" x 19.3" x 1.8".
    $59.95
  • Electric Football Challenge Game

    Plays just like real football and is an excellent way to learn the game. A game of strategy and skill for all players, and it's fun for the entire family! This larger version of the classic Electric Football Game comes with all the fun of the original with more space for players to run free. You're the coach, the quarterback, and the team owner in this realistic football game. Includes everything you need to play the game. Interchangeable/adjustable players and player bases. Recommended for ages 8+. Game Size: 34.7" x 18.6" x 1.8".

    History of Tudor Games - Written by Earl Shores

    Electric Football's ancestry can be traced back to 1929, when Elmer Sas incorporated Tudor Metal Products in New York City. The company survived the Depression through the popularity of its Budget Bank, which Elmer created. In the late 40's, Elmer's son Norman became president of Tudor, and invented the toy we all know and love - - Electric Football.

    Those early No. 500 Electric Football models look crude to the modern eye - - but, just for a second, imagine being a child on Christmas morning in 1949. No spinners, no dice, no cards to flip over. . . just turn on the game and watch your players run - - all by themselves!

    Electric Football was an immediate hit, captivating boys' imaginations like few toys ever had. Tudor produced the first all-plastic 3-D men in 1958. In the early 60's, industrial designer Lee Payne was showing Norman Sas a set of player prototypes whose realism would change Electric Football forever. Tudor introduced these players on its first large game, the 1962 #600 model.
    $79.95