Our 5 Favorite Promotional Products of the Week: Nike Sneakers, Face Masks and More
It seems like just yesterday we were wearing hats and scarves for the walk to work, and now we can’t go outside without melting into a puddle of sweat. It's on days like this that we thank our lucky stars for air conditioning. And we also thank our lucky stars for promotional products that make us laugh or say, “Oh wow, that’s so creative!”
So, while we enjoy the beauty of central air from the home office, here is this week’s edition of the Fave 5!
1. Gifts Hub Design's Horror Villains Cloth Mask
This product promises that it includes a design that will never fade. That description seems in line with the legacies of the depicted figures, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Leatherface and Jason Voorhees, who have terrified horror fans for decades.
2. Ben & Jerry’s x Nike’s ‘Chunky Dunky’ Sneakers
If you love Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and Nike sneakers, then this is the collab for you! The Vermont-based ice cream maker teamed up with the popular footwear company to release these “Chunky Dunky” sneakers. While we never really considered Ben & Jerry’s getting in on the promotional footwear, these sneakers make sense. They look like a perfect replica of an actual pint of B&J’s.
3. TeeChip's 'The Cat in the Hat' Hoodie
With another school year in the books, this hoodie serves as a great reminder of how well educators responded to their virtual teaching tasks and pays tribute to Dr. Seuss's beloved feline with an affinity for headwear.
4. ‘Nocturnal by Nature’ T-shirt
Nocturnal, a local skate shop here in Philly just dropped these awesome T-shirts, which play off T-shirts originally from hip hop group Naughty by Nature. It’s also good for people who work night shifts.
5. ‘Mortdecai’ Throwback Movie Promotions
— Movie Promotional Merch Unlimited (@NightPromoting) October 20, 2019
We're going to level with you. We have absolutely no idea what the movie ‘Mortdecai’ was about other than that Johnny Depp, whose character I assume was Mortdecai, had a very well groomed mustache. The marketing campaign was very mustache-heavy. And you know what? It was fun.