Auburn grad selling Toomer’s toilet paper roll inspired scarves for $17.16

Auburn fans are doing everything they can to keep the Toomer’s Corner tradition alive. And they’re getting pretty dang creative.

To wit: the Toomers Rolls scarf.


The scarves, the brainchild of an Auburn grad and her Georgia Tech pal from business school, are made out of soft, lightweight “scarf like” material that will keep you nice and toasty during those cold rebuilding year Saturdays. They appear to be sold wrapped around replica cardboard toilet paper rolls, and even feature fine stitching that mimics toilet paper perforation seams. But the best part is the price: $17.16—an obvious nod to the score of the 1972 Iron Bowl—shipping and schadenfreude included. (‘Cause $28.27 would be a bit steep.)

Order here.

Related: Auburn fans start “Unrolling Toomer’s” tradition. / Did Auburn students celebrate Bear Bryant’s death by rolling Toomer’s Corner?

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