UNDERCOVER and Mars89 Release a Light-Up USB Stick

With part of sales going to assists refugees.

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Following their “The Droogs Against War” capsule, Jun TakahashiUNDERCOVER has teamed up with Mars89 on a limited light-up USB Stick.

Referencing the DJ/composer accomplished career, the translucent storage device comes in the shape of a cross etched with “UNDERCOVER RECORDS” branding. Remaining relatively minimalist in design, the USB features a connector that houses a mass storage controller device, flash memory chip and a LED. When plugged in the cross is lit up in bright red for a striking effect. According to UNDERCOVER, a part of the sales of the USB Stick collaboration will be going to assist refugees.

The MARS89 x UNDERCOVER USB Stick is set to be available online and at UNDERCOVER and MADSTORE UNDERCOVER locations in Japan.

In case you missed it, Children of the Discordance recently released a DSM Ginza exclusive one-off collection.

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Mars89 x UNDERCOVER USB Stick

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