Kaizer Chiefs have officially launched their latest product offering in the form of face masks and buffs after a huge demand from supporters during the coronavirus pandemic.
The club's marketing manager Jessica Motaung revealed in June that Chiefs were in the process of developing the masks for supporters amidst several 'fake' masks being distributed during the national lockdown with the club's logo.
Scroll through the gallery to see the masks and buffs released by Kaizer Chiefs this week
Motaung added that Amakhosi would not rush into the process and will take their due diligence with regards to the design and materials used for a vital product that can be used to curb the spread of the novel Covid-19.
Glamour - Force - Khosi
Three product variations of the mask have now been unveiled via the club's official website with The Golden Glamour, Grey Force and the Khuluma Khosi.
"There was a huge outcry and demand for authentic Kaizer Chiefs branded masks and we have had to respond," Motaung explained.
"We took a bit of time to identify the appropriate mask and design because we believe in producing high quality and standard for our supporters."
Protection in style
Masks have become an imperative item during the global pandemic and many have taken the initiative to style themselves up in the process with brands and colours they hold close association towards.
And with Chiefs ranking as the most-supported club in South Africa, the masks are likely to be seen all over Mzansi in due course.
Did you know?
The masks prices vary between R69.99 and R129 while a three-pack is valued at R229 via the KC DigiStore. Meanwhile, the buffs which can be used while exercising is priced at R149.
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