AmaZulu FC have upgraded their traveling equipment after confirming a partnership with the global luggage brand Thule.
After a successful 2020/21 campaign, AmaZulu Club President Sandile Zungu announced a number of new club sponsors and most recently amongst them is Swedish sports accessories and luggage brand Thule.
The Usuthu stars will now get across the provinces and the seas in style with their brand-new luggage bags and cargo. This will definitely help the side when they fly to Malawi for the second leg of their tie with Big Bullets in the CAF Champions League preliminary rounds.
Scroll through the gallery above to see Thule and Amazulu confirm their partnership
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Thule is known for its commitment to living an active lifestyle and this was emphasized in the press release by Stuart Downey of SA Sport and Cargo, importers and distributors of Thule products.
Downey said, “As a nation, South Africans are incredibly passionate about football and this presented a unique opportunity for Thule to get involved in the sport. As we are based in KZN, we naturally wanted to support our local top-tier premiership team, AmaZulu Football Club.”
Commitment to style
The brand also mentioned that their products are renowned not for just being useful but stylish as well, focusing on creating products that are “smart and stylish” but also “environmentally safe and high quality” so you can bring the things that matter the most to you.
What is each player receiving?
“Each member of the AmaZulu team will receive products from the new Thule Chasm collection, a collection of sporty outdoor-inspired bags of all shapes and sizes, that will protect the players' active gear and stand up to the demands of frequent travel.”
“Made from waterproof, weather-resistant tarpaulin fabric with durable YKK zippers, all these items are engineered for strength and designed with function and modern good looks in mind.”
Did you know?
Thule is a global brand that has 4700 points of sale in 136 countries around the world.
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