Homefield Apparel To Hold Second Licensed Penn State Merch Drop July 8

Homefield Apparel is set to launch its second licensed Penn State merchandise drop at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 8.

The clothing company began selling Penn State merch last August and currently sells 16 products including Penn State football, wrestling, and hockey apparel. Right now, the catalog features t-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies, a tank top, and a baseball cap.

It’s unclear how many new items will be included in Homefield’s second Penn State apparel drop, but the company provided a “sneak peek” of three of the products.

Courtesy of Homefield Apparel

Homefield was founded in 2018 and creates “unique, premium collegiate apparel that shows you’re part of a community while still standing out from the crowd.”

Folks can sign up to receive more information from Homefield regarding the clothing launch here. Those that opt-in will also receive 10% off their first order.

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