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BAGGO Marshall Thundering Herd 12 oz. Bean Bags - Dick's Sporting Goods

BAGGO Marshall Thundering Herd 12 oz. Bean Bags

Item Number: 21660756
Price: $26.99
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When you need replacements or just want some extras, the BAGGO® Marshall Thundering Herd 12 oz. Bean Bags have got you covered. Each of the eight official BAGGO® bean bags features team colors, a team logo, a heavy-duty Poplin blend fabrication, all-purpose, extra-strength thread, and is filled with 12 ounces of unpopped popcorn. Get even more use out of your BAGGO® bean bag toss game with these replacement bags.


  • Marshall Thundering Herd 12 oz. bean bags
  • Includes eight team-colored bean bags, each with a team logo
  • Heavy duty Poplin blend of 65% polyester, 35% cotton
  • All-purpose, dual duty, extra-strength thread for durability
  • Bags are filled with 12 oz. of treated unpopped popcorn
  • Do not store bags outside
  • Officially licensed collegiate product
  • Style: 5205

Country of Origin: United States

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by no where close to 12 ounce bags I just recieved this product in the mail and the bags felt really empty and light. So i used my meat scale in the kitchen and my bags where all different weights. Some where 7.5 oz and some where 8 some where 8.5 but known where 12 like they say. The material and the bags themselves looked great but def not even close to weighing right. So now I'm cutting them open and putting more corn in them which I should never had to do. August 27, 2014
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