Hey! You! It's only 26 days until Christmas! Do you have that special gift picked out for that RedHawk fan in your life? Well, look no further! Take a look at this beauty!
That's right, it's a Miami RedHawk Flip Flop Charm Bracelet!
What better way to express you love and honor for Miami than with this rhinestone and crystal bracelet with a flip-flop charm bearing the RedHawk logo?
Why the flip-flop charm? No, it's not to honor Mitt Romney, the running mate of proud alum Paul Ryan. We took care of that part of honoring Romney by having 62 percent of Butler County vote for him.
We know how much Miami University alums and fans love to explain that the school isn't in Florida and was actually established before that other University of Miami. This charm will let to talk for hours to complete strangers about how nice the weather is in Oxford, Ohio, during January and February and how flip flops look just as good on High Street as they do on South Beach.
And just think how those ruby red crystals and rhinestones will reflect in the Millett Hall strobe lights during player introductions. It will be like wearing a disco ball on your wrist!
"Oooh boy, look at how shiny this dang thing is," legendary Miami coach Charlie Coles said. "I'm going to buy one for my wife and all my granddaughters."
This bracelet features a special toggle closure to ensure it stays securely fastened to your wrist. You wouldn't want it to fly off while standing up and cheering a superhoop or a #omgdunx, would you? Plus, this bracelet is built strong enough to withstand the shockwaves from the bass in the Millett PA system.
What? you need a better reason to buy one? Fine. If you buy in the next 1809 seconds, we will include a real brick from campus. Almost every building and even some of the sidewalks and streets in Oxford are made of brick. We have plenty, and can probably spare a few. And if that's not enough, we'll let you pick a song to play during a men's basketball game. ANY SONG! The playlist is so random at Millett, that nothing will sound out of place, and you can't really understand the lyrics