Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Crocs, Spork Hats and Bathroom Signs
Here in Philly, we don't need an excuse to talk about the Eagles' Super Bowl Victory. So, you won't be surprised to see a "Philly Special" item on this week's list of our favorite promotional products we spied in our travels on the web and in the world. What else is in store? Read on and find out.
1. Guns N' Roses Maxfield Harley Davidson Skeleton T-shirt
Guns N' Roses shot to stardom with the 1987 release of their debut album, "Appetite for Destruction." West Hollywood's Maxfield boutique recently lauded the chart-topper through a line of merch, whose prices fan site Guns N' Roses Central dubbed "outrageous." Still, this $175 Harley Davidson Skeleton T-shirt is extremely metal (and the one that makes us most hope that a long-lost rich relative will treat us come Christmas Day).
2. Post Malone x Crocs Duet Max Clog
Crocs have really made a comeback in recent years, especially since dropping newer collaborations with musicians and bands like Post Malone, KISS and Luke Combs. These Duet Max Clogs were the fourth collab between Post Malone and Crocs, and the collection sold out within a couple of hours.
3. Toronto Aquarium's 'Wet Floor' Signs
When someone in charge of promotional products can have the mental clarity to see creative possibilities like this and think outside the box, it's a win. The folks behind this wet floor sign at the Toronto Aquarium had the vision to make even visiting the bathroom a fun occasion. That is not an easy task!
4. The Philly Special 'Let's Do It' Pillow
Our Eagles secured football immortality Feb. 4, 2018, dumping the New England Patriots 41-33 to win Super Bowl LII. The Philly Special, through which quarterback Nick Foles caught a touchdown pass, will forever live in our hearts, and it can now help our heads, too, as Generation Tees is hawking a $28 pillow bearing a drawing of the play.
5. Campbell's Chunky Spork Holder Hat
— Campbell's Chunky (@CampbellsChunky) December 4, 2019
Too often, we walk back from the kitchen at the office and realize we forgot a fork or spoon to eat our breakfast. This would never be a problem if we wore this hat every day. (We'll overlook the fact that it's actually a double-sided fork and spoon, and not a true spork as advertised.)