Adorable Rubber American Eagle Duck
Rubber Duckie, you’re the one, you make Jeepin’ so much fun!
The Fly Offroad Rubber American Eagle Duck measures 3″ x 3.5″ and looks awesome on your Jeeps dash!
The Fly Offroad Rubber American Eagle Duck is a fun and unique accessory for your offroad adventures.
This rubber duck features the iconic American eagle design, adding a touch of patriotism to your vehicle.
It is made from durable rubber material, ensuring it can withstand the toughest terrains and weather conditions.
Whether you're hitting the trails or just cruising around town, the Fly Offroad American Eagle Rubber Duck is sure to turn heads and add a touch of personality to your ride.
- Made of durable rubber
- Iconic American eagle design
- Perfect size for your Jeep's dashboard or grille
- Enhance the look of your Jeep with a unique and eye-catching accessory
- Connect with other Jeep owners and strengthen the sense of community
- Show your patriotism and love for your country while driving
|5.25 × 5.25 × 3.5 in
Cancer and reproductive harm: California Proposition 65 https://flyoffroad.com/california-proposition-65
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Jeep ducking?
Jeep ducking is all about appreciating another Jeep enthusiast's rig. The random act of kindness is something that is appropriate for any Jeep model, old or new, rusty or shiny, bone-stock or built-to-the-hilt rockcrawler. Duck Duck Jeep is a game for all models of Jeep. Even a child's Jeep wagon can be ducked.
Where did the Jeep ducking come from?
The Jeep ducking craze started its migration in Canada. In 2020, Canadian resident Allison Parliament was feeling down after an encounter with an angry stranger, and to cheer herself up she bought a bag of rubber ducks and left one with a positive note on someone's Jeep.
What are the rules of Jeep ducking?
You carry a bag of rubber ducks around with you, and then randomly put them on other peoples' Jeeps as you see fit. There are no rules; the whole point is to perform a random act of kindness, after all.
Is Jeep ducking just for Wranglers?
All models of Jeeps are open to ducking. There are no “official rules.” However, people who drive the Wrangler model (known for years as the CJ model) are more likely to “duck” a fellow Wrangler. That's not to say that the “duck-er” needs to be actually driving their Jeep while doing the “duck-ing.”
Who started the trend of ducking Jeeps?
It's a grassroots movement started by Allison Parliament. Her full-time job now is running the official ducking Instagram and promoting ducking at Jeep events, which usually happen in the summer. ALLISON PARLIAMENT: We autograph ducks for our Jeepers and we raise money for educators.