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7-Eleven and Kerwin Frost Design the Official Uniform of Snacking

7/11 Kerwin Frost
Lifestyle celebrity lends his name to a multi-pocket outfit for serious snackers.

7-Eleven is extending its collaboration with entertainer, DJ, talk show host, comedian and designer Kerwin Frost, to create an exclusive limited-edition outfit.  

The Kerwin's Snack Attack Uniform features a jacket, pants and T-shirt complete with 18 pockets, custom-designed to hold Frost's favorite 7-Select snacks and beverages. 

Available for purchase on Dec. 13, Kerwin's Snack Attack Uniform comes in two colors – pink and green – and features Kerwin's Snack Attack jacket, Snack Attack pants and Snack Attack Glitter tee. The uniform is sold complete with Frost's favorite 7-Select snacks and beverages on Five hundred uniforms will be available and sold on a first-come, first-served basis.  

"I'm thrilled to be working with 7-Eleven and appreciative of the creative freedom they've given me," says Frost. "I love the 'uniform' we created and am excited to wear this on a regular basis and store all my 7-Select snacks in it. I also love the Kerwin's Snack Party Mix Popcorn and am so happy with our activation at Kerwin's Kingdom at ComplexCon. This has been one of my favorite collaborations." 

"As a well-known expert in streetwear design, we are teaming up with Kerwin Frost to create the limited-edition Kerwin's Snack Attack Uniform so snack fiends can carry all of their favorite 7-Select products anytime, anywhere," says Marissa Jarratt, chief marketing officer, 7-Eleven. "From 7-Select Buffalo Chicken flavored Chips to 7-Select Gummi Watermelon Rings and 7-Select Go! Smart Ginger Shots, there is a pocket for sweet, spicy and all the cool stuff in between."  

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