If sports mascots fail to reach their team-spirit quotas, they are forced to spend a night locked in a closet with their representative animal. Prevent needless wildcat maulings and cardinal pecks with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of merchandise at Fan Outfitters. This Groupon can be redeemed at all four locations.
Fan Outfitters carries the latest team gear for the University of Kentucky Wildcats and the University of Louisville Cardinals. But, unlike Switzerland during the 1952 World Series, they maintain neutrality while supplying rivals with spirit-boosting gear. Untamed Wildcats can clothe their claws in blue Nike logo tees ($18), and Adidas devotees will have opponents seeing red as they display their Cardinal pride in T-shirt form ($18) or conceal their coifs in crimson men’s long-sleeved shirts ($19.99). Even freshly hatched fans can pledge their allegiance with kiddie-size Cardinal or Wildcat clothing ($2.99–$58). Coach Calz Crazy Bandz bring blue and red rivals together for a common cause, with a portion from every pack sold going to The Calipari Family Foundation ($1).
Not much compares to a sports fan’s loyalty to their school, and loyal fans choose Fan Outfitters as the best place to find Cardinals gear, apparel, and gifts. The shop equips supporters of all ages with T-shirts, jackets, hats, and sunglasses, as well as Adidas gear emblazoned with the University of Louisville insignia, ranging from hats and shirts to equipment bags and footballs. Fan Outfitters even carries products for kids, prepping the next generation of fans with shoes, dresses, and pacifiers. Their gifts make great presents for all occasions, whether celebrating the start of basketball season or helping your neighbor build a wall of baseball caps between your properties.
94% of 884 customers recommend
“Great experience, the clerks were very friendly and helpful.”
“Good store but I waited until after the holidays to shop and things were picked over.....my fault not theirs. :)”
“They have an excellent array of merchandise and helpful salespeople.”