USS Baton Rouge Store
USS Baton Rouge
Find USS Baton Rouge items, all in one place. Ideas so far for items:
PRICES NOW INCLUDE SHIPPING
I bought 25 of different sizes and but am sold out. If you want to
order one and have it shipped to you, drop me a line. Depending on requests, not sure when more will be
Shirt price is $16
Stuff we want, but too expensive to have a single one made. Order
larger amounts, and sell cheaper.
T-Shirt with Name, Hull # and dolphins
Suggestions for items? Know a vendor to make any item? Want to
assist? Drop me a email!
USS Baton Rouge Arrowhead logo Polo Shirt
CAN DO NOW:
CAN DO NOW:
Zippo Lighter with BR Arrowhead logo and dolphins
I don't have firm pricing for this done yet, but I already have the
embroidery artwork done from prior runs, so that part is done and
paid for, so this would be quick.
Could be done on other shirt types too - jerseys, t-shirts, etc.
Price would depend on demand, but probably under $20.
I have had these shirts in the past. Arrowhead logo is about 3" in
size. This logo looks best on a Grey shirt as well, but can do other
colors. A Good Polo shirt would probably run about $20-$25, depending
on quantity. Also would have to move quickly to have these by the
If you were there, you understand!
This is a "One golf tool fits all"
necessity for any golf bag, or just for the display case.
USS Baton Rouge (SSN-689) wristband
Show your pride with a simple wristband. USS Baton Rouge (SSN-689)
"debossed" in the band. A little hard to see in the picture, but
instead of printing, or raised letter, it is etched into the rubber.
Made in the USA. $3 each
professionally printed by Zippo. Finalized at $23 each. Looks just like the picture to the right, with the
USS Baton Rouge Arrowhead logo and submarine qualified dolphins embossed on
a chrome lighter.
The "Mouse Roar" is a removable ball marker for when you are on the
green. The forked end is both a cleat cleaner and cleat tightener. The
forked end is also for repairing divots on the green. And the bonus,
stab the forked end the ground, and the curved opposite end is a club cradle
to lay your other clubs in, that you are bringing to/near the green, to keep
the grips dry.
Only have about 20 of these left, so get yours soon!
Always wanted to get one, but foolishly passed the chance while onboard
("Why do I need a lighter, I don't smoke"). When I find them on eBay,
they are usually not 'mint' and end up selling for way too much. NOW
USS Baton Rouge "Things That Go Bump In The Night Tour '92" Pocket Caddie