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NickMercs, H4X MFAM Blackout 2.0 Drop Collab

The collection is exclusively available at

H4X launched an exclusive collection with multi-first-person shooter game champion, Nick Kolcheff, aka Nickmercs.

The capsule collection consists of a t-shirt, hoodie and hat packed in a custom frosted poly bag with a personalized note from Nick and shipped in custom MFAM branded boxes. The collection is exclusively available at

“This collection is special and very personal to me for a lot of reasons, namely, because of the high-quality product that H4X has produced in partnership with us and because this is the final apparel collection we’ll be doing with the artwork that we’ve been using since I started streaming,” says Kolcheff. “I know that the team at H4X has been a part of the MFAM since the beginning, so they really get it. Cole and his team were really able to piece together a full experience that I’m excited and proud to share with my community.”

“We are proud to have been chosen by Nick to collaborate with him to bring this special product to his fans,” says Cole Gurman, chief executive officer, H4X. “As fashion nerds, we pay meticulous attention to detail. We’ve worked in partnership with him to deliver the highest quality apparel with custom-designed packaging that we know will become a keepsake for the MFAM.”

“We have had the opportunity to work with a lot of talent over the years, but this collab with Nickmercs is something truly special,” says Sean Bruce, director, business development, H4X. “As a six-year member of the MFAM myself, I’m confident that the community will love what we have put together in this collection.”

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