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Sandal maker ISlide secures MLB licensing deal

Sandal manufacturer ISlide has entered into a three-year licensing agreement with Major League Baseball.

ISlide will launch with more than 150 custom MLB sandal designs on their website, featuring all 30 MLB clubs.

“This is one of the biggest licenses in ISlide history,” said Justin Kittredge, the company’s founder and chief executive. “Baseball makes so much sense for our brand and our customers. This has been a long-term goal of ours, and our whole team is excited for this launch.”

MLB ISlides will be available via official MLB retailer Fanatics as well as at select in-venue team shops across Major League Baseball ballparks.

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