What you need to know
- Secretlab and AAPE worked together to create gaming chairs featuring streetwear designs.
- The chairs will be available as part of two limited runs through Secretlab.
- You can get the AAPE designs on the Secretlab Titan or Omega gaming chairs.
Secretlab recently announced a collaboration with AAPE, a diffusion of popular streetwear label BAPE. The upcoming Secretlab AAPE collection brings the camo designs of AAPE onto highly-reviewed gaming chairs from Secretlab. The chairs will only be available through two limited runs.
The gaming chairs aren't on sale just yet. The first drop is on March 26, 2021 at 2 AM ET. Following that, the next drop is on March 31, 2021 at 9 AM ET. Secretlab's website for the chairs has a countdown to the next drop and an option to be notified when the chairs become available.
The gaming chairs feature AAPE's oversized camo designs in either military green, blue, or red. They also feature AAPE iconography on the front and back. The designs are upholstered onto Secretlab's new and improved PRIME 2.0 PU leather, which is available across the Secretlab 2020 series.
As for the chairs themselves, you can get the AAPE designs on the Secretlab Titan or Omega, which are some of the best gaming chairs on the market. In his Secretlab Omega and Titan review, our managing editor Dan Thorp-Lancaster called the chairs "nearly perfect," and says that "The 2020 Series takes what makes Secretlab chairs great and cranks the dial closer to perfection."
If you grab one of the limited edition gaming chairs, you may want to pick up some of the best Secretlab gaming chair accessories, like a footstool or floormat.
Streatwear meet chair
Comfort meets design
These limited edition Secretlab gaming chairs feature designs created in collaboration with AAPE. The streetwear-inspired designs are available on the Titan and Omega gaming chairs.
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