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This 24-pack of collectible, glow-in-the-dark rubber bands features the following shapes in various colors: Captain Jack the Pirate, Petey the Parrot, Crossbones, Pirate Ship, Anchor and Sword. These bands are designed to be worn around the wrist and traded. When not in use, they bounce back to their original shape.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27445 (added 3/3/2010)
Shapes in this set of 24 include sports items such as a hockey stick, baseball bat, basketball jersey, tennis racket, football, and megaphone.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27005 (added 2/10/2010)
Set of 24 rubber band shapes including Oscar the owl, Emmet the boar, Leonard the lion, Franklin the buck, Rusty the racoon, and Willie May the wolf.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27004 (added 2/10/2010)
Set of 24 rubber band shapes including Eva the humming bird, Billy the goat, Oscar the owl, Ginger the giraffe, Clarence the camel, and Reggie the rooster.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27003 (added 2/10/2010)
Pack of 37 rubber bands including 36 alphabet shapes (one of each alphabet, plus an extra A,E,I,O,U,F,G,L,S, and T) plus a heart.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27002 (added 2/10/2010)
Silicone Animal Rubber Bands began in Japan, designed by the award-winning team of Yumiko Ohashi and Masonar Haneda, but a few years after the bands zapped their way in to the States, other companies began producing similar or identical items. These Zanybandz are one of the lastest iterations of animal rubber bands and they come in a variety of shapes, including this bag of 24 dogs, divided evenly between breeds: baby girl the pug, pokey the greyhound, eva the yorkie, william the bulldog, adolf the schnauzer , and roy the lab. Read more about how Animal Rubber Bands stretched into a nationwide fad in 2009
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 26662 (added 1/12/2010)