Maui Jim reveals Manchester United supply partnership

By Andrew Pentol |


Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera poses with a pair of Maui Jim sunglasses.

Polarised sunglasses supplier Maui Jim has announced a multi-year partnership with Manchester United Football Club.

The Hawaii-based sunglasses and eyewear brand will supply the Manchester United first team, academy and women’s teams with glasses from its sun and optical ranges.

As part of the agreement, Maui Jim eyewear will be available to fans in the Old Trafford Megastore from 26 February. It will also celebrate the partnership by launching a co-branded eyewear collection designed with fans in mind later this year.


Maui Jim Vice President of Global Marketing, Jay Black commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Manchester United to the Maui Jim family. For us, it is an honour to partner with one of the world’s most successful sports teams, within the world’s most popular sport.

“This collaboration gives us the chance to spread our ‘Aloha Spirit’ and communicate the importance of wearing high-quality technical eyewear.”

Manchester United Group Managing Director, Richard Arnold added: “Maui Jim is a revolutionary global eyewear brand that is one of the largest and most innovative producers of sunglasses in the world.

“I’m delighted that they will be joining the United family and creating a range of exclusive eyewear pieces specifically for our fans. Our partnership with them demonstrates the club’s ability to attract the world’s most premium brands.”




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