CASETiFY teams up with Paris Saint-Germain

Photo courtesy of Mark Haddon PR

Global lifestyle brand CASETiFY announced its first partnership with the international football club, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). The capsule collection debuts online and ships worldwide starting Mar 12, and fans can join the waitlist at www.casetify.com/psg for priority access to the collection on launch day.

Inspired by Paris Saint-Germain’s international acclaim and robust spirit, CASETiFY extends its collection of protective accessories to cover a range of special edition iPhone and AirPods cases, available to shop worldwide. The collaboration introduces four designs paying homage to the current French titleholders, with options to customize the case styles, colorways, and more.

Fans can sport the iconic PSC Club logo on iPhone cases featuring pink and purple tones and reflective mirror surfaces, retailing for $40 USD – $55 USD. Other cases in the collection include artwork paying tribute to the team’s stadium, available in both the Impact series and Neon Sand Case styles, retailing for $40+ USD. True to CASETiFY’s core, customers can also personalize their spiritwear with the new football jersey-inspired iPhone case designs (featuring players’ numbers and autographs), starting at $40 USD.

New to the CASETiFY Co-Lab program, football fans will also get the chance to score the brand’s premium reusable water bottle detailed with PSG’s iconic logo. Engineered with Hydrafy™ technology, liquids are kept safe and at temperature via leak-resistant double-wall vacuum insulation inside the bottle’s stainless steel casing. The branded water bottle comes in two sizes (550ml and 770ml), and retails for $55 USD – $59 USD.

The collaboration will be available to shop in select stores and online everywhere, starting Mar 12  on  www.casetify.com/psg as well as through Official PSG Stores. To learn more about the collaboration, CASETiFY products and retail locations, visit online and follow CASETiFY on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Launch: 12th March