The world’s fastest growing tech accessories brand launches a collaboration with iconic Naruto brand, revealing a brand new range of phone items.
Global tech accessories brand CASETiFY is launching its first collaboration with the Naruto franchise, releasing merchandise featuring some of the series’ fan-favorite characters.
The NARUTO , including Akatsuki-themed phone, laptop, and AirPod cases, as well as other items featuring characters like Naruto, Minato, and Kakashi. Items in the collection will retail between $72 and $92 depending on accessories and can be purchased through the CASETiFY Co-Lab App. Images from the gallery can be found below.
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An excerpt from CASETiFY’s official statement reads: “The NARUTO x CASETiFY collection combines military themes and contemporary living in sleek, stylish designs with motifs and characters. Iconic item of NARUTO. Highlights of this collection include the limited edition Akatsuki Cloud Collectible AirPods Case to be released later in January 2024, the Forehead Guard-themed AirPods Case as well as the Utility Phone Strap with kunai (not intended to be used as an actual weapon!), allows customers to immerse themselves in the world of NARUTO by sporting their allegiance to Konoha.” The collection can be found on the Naruto Co-Lab landing page.
Naruto’s popularity in the West cannot be underestimated as one of the most iconic anime franchises to come from Japan. Viewers continued to show off their fandom years after the manga ended, with some recently taking over billboards in Times Square. Through the Co-Lab program, CASETiFY continues to collaborate with other major anime brands, having previously worked with One Piece and Sailor Moon.
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Source: Press release