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Nine Line Apparel teams up with gun maker Sig Sauer to deliver pro-2nd Amendment themed apparel to gun enthusiasts.
Veteran owned Nine Line says the partnership with Sig is an exciting move for the apparel company, especially since Sig Sauer boasts a recognizable brand and is the standard issue sidearm for the U.S. Army.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with such a reputable firearms manufacturer. Their dedication to quality and pure American ingenuity mirror our own commitment to superior craftsmanship and patriotism,” Nine Line CEO and retired U.S. Army Capt. Tyler Merritt said in a statement.
For its part Sig Sauer, who joined Nine Line at the Tailgate for the Troops event held at the annual Army versus Navy football game to hand out shirts, said its pleased to present Sig Sauer branded clothing alongside Nine Line.
“We are excited about the partnership with Nine Line Apparel and the Nine Line Foundation, especially kicking it off at the Army-Navy Game. The two brands really magnify each other and our shared relentless passion for innovation and performance is great combination,” Sig Sauer VP of Marketing Allen McCormick said in a press release.
The Sig Sauer Eagle will be the first shirt launched under Nine Line/Sig partnership, with shirts shipping January 2nd. No word yet on pricing.
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