Supporters of different teams in the same house? Never fear—our House Divided Collegiate Fire Pit brings unity back to your home! Firelight flickers through two to four different team logo cutouts, while its sturdy, yet portable design makes it a great choice on the patio or at a tailgate party. Snug-fitting domed spark guard restrains flying embers; built-in guardrail for safety.
Ideal for your patio or your next tailgating party, the Collegiate Fire Pit features a one-piece, heavy-gauge steel frame in a natural rust patina. Includes cooking grill and poker. Fully assembled.
• Multiple team outdoor fire pit with fire box cutouts • Select 2, 3, or 4 teams to be featured from available styles below • Durable, one-piece 16-gauge cold-rolled steel construction • Spark guard helps keep embers from escaping • Poker and cooking grill included
Available Styles Arkansas Auburn Arizona Arizona State Auburn Boise State BYU Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Clemson Colorado Florida Florida State Georgia Georgia Tech Idaho Idaho State Illinois Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Kentucky UCLA Missouri Montana Montana State Michigan New Mexico New Mexico State Nebraska North Carolina State Louisville LSU Miami Oklahoma Oklahoma State Ole Miss Oregon Oregon State Penn State Pittsburgh Purdue Rutgers South Carolina Southern Mississippi Syracuse TCU Tennessee Texas A&M Texas Tech UC Berkley UNLV Utah Virginia Tech Washington Washington State Wisconsin Wyoming
Size 30" dia. x 17"H
Shipping Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
Outdoor House Divided 3-Team Collegiate Fire Pit With Team Logo Cutouts
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