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Casetify, Champion Go for the Gold

Casetify’s latest collaboration is with athleticwear brand Champion.

Champion is the latest partner to join the Casetify collaboration program.

The Champion x Casetify collection introduces limited-edition tech accessories and new lifestyle products, incorporating materials associated with both brands, such as Champion’s Reverse Weave.

In this collaboration, reimagined jocktags, Champion graphics and vintage logos will be featured on Casetify’s impact series, material cases and crossbody styles.

The new sweatshirt-inspired accessories are part of Casetify’s year-long 10th-anniversary celebration, which introduces new products paying homage to its partners, launching throughout 2021.

“Bringing on a brand partner like Champion is a game-changer for Casetify,” says Wes Ng, chief executive officer and co-founder, Casetify. “We’re two brands that value innovation and pushing the boundaries of our industries, so we’ve carried that mission into this collection. These designs are made to summon your inner champion.”

The collaboration offers new ways to customize accessories, giving names and monograms an authentic Champion design. Spanning a range of iPhone case sizes, customers can dress their tech in new styles, including cotton-blend jersey, reflective mirror surfaces and branded Champion patches.

Additionally, customers can match their gear with complementing accessories in two collections, the Logomania Collection and the Jocktag Collection, compatible with iPhone, AirPods, grip stands and more. Also joining the collaboration is Casetify’s newly launched custom water bottle.

The Champion x Casetify waitlist launches worldwide May 7 via, shipping to more than 100 countries starting May 21.

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