CASETiFY Links With F.C. Real Bristol for Limited-Edition Capsule

Tech accessories and co-branded apparel.

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After its latest Pokémon collaboration earlier this month, CASETiFY has now teamed up with Japanese label F.C. Real Bristol for a limited-edition accessories and apparel collection.

Fusing the world of sports and technology, artwork across the collaboration has been inspired by classic team scarves and appears alongside a unique co-branded logo, on iPhone cases, AirPod cases, 2-in-1 Grip Stands, MacBook sleeves and more.

This collection also marks the debut of a limited edition co-branded cushion which takes the shape of a traditional soccer ball, while black and white T-Shirts boasting a co-branded chest logo completes the collection, retailing at $124 USD.

You can join the waitlist from November 23 via this link, while the official launch date of the collaboration is December 4 and will be available via the CASETiFY webstore.

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