Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Custom Pajamas for NBA Players, an NFL Star's Charity T-shirts and More
Our goal in life is to one day make it big enough that someone delivers us custom pajamas. Until then, we'll just be chilling here in our mismatched old sweatpants/raggedy T-shirt combo we always rock to bed while living vicariously through the NBA team featured below.
If custom pajamas aren't your thing, this week's installment of our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week also includes an awesome charity T-shirt from an NFL star, a very 2021 merch collection from Slim Jim and more. Check it out!
1. Minnesota Timberwolves Team Pajamas
— BDA (@BDAinc) October 14, 2021
BDA Inc. designed and delivered these custom pajamas for Minnesota Timberwolves players to wear on a cross-country overnight flight. Hopefully, it helped the team catch some Z's on the plane—something we can never do no matter how many neck pillows and sleep masks we bring.
2. Compleat Software Expo Merch
— Compleat Software (@CompleatP2P) October 15, 2021
Aside from the excellent assortment of items and sleek, minimalist design, the best part about this merch from Compleat Software, an accounting automation company, is that it's for a real live in-person expo. Hooray, events!
3. Hollister's Gamer Apparel
MY CUSTOM PRODUCT DROP WITH @HollisterCo IS LIVE - it would mean a lot to see my community pick up a hoodie and/or sweats!! Link in bio. There’s a limited amount available, so if you end up buying one, take a picture and tag me so I can show some love back ♥️ #hcopartner pic.twitter.com/aAUqvB6eXP
— Bugha (@bugha) October 14, 2021
Apparel retailer Hollister teamed up with Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, a professional streamer and Fortnite world champion, for a limited-edition hoodie and sweatpant set. The company also named the 18-year-old Bugha its "chief gaming scout" as it looks to attract other streamers for the brand's "gamer training program." We're still waiting for our invite, Hollister. Our "Goldeneye" track record speaks for itself.
4. Slim Jim 'Much Wow' Dogecoin Merch
Available now on @dogedrip
Don’t let your memes be dreams - get some now👇https://t.co/DWswL3bWb1
— Slim Jim 🚀 MEATA (@SlimJim) October 13, 2021
Look, we get that the words "Slim Jim 'Much Wow' Dogecoin Merch" don't make a ton of sense at first, but they will once you read that Slim Jim teamed up with DogeDrip, a crypto startup founded by members of the Dogecoin online community, for a special merchandise collection. Wait ... no, that still doesn't make any sense. The merch looks cool, at least.
5. Pepsi/Travis Kelce Charity T-shirt
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is pretty great at football, but it turns out he's pretty great at real life, too. Through his apparel brand, Tru Kolors, Kelce teamed up with Pepsi for this (sold-out) T-shirt, with proceeds going to his charity, 87 & Running. Also pretty great: Pepsi purchased $10,000 worth of the shirts for front-line workers in Kansas City.