Newport County AFC is excited to announce a new partnership with Mutiny Shaving, a Newport-based grooming company who combine cutting-edge 3D printing technology with an uncompromising commitment to creating affordable, zero-waste products.
Mutiny’s flagship razor ‘The Port’, created in partnership with Newport County AFC, was and 3D printed using their signature biodegradable polymer.
Gareth Sturgess, co-founder of Mutiny Shaving, said: “It’s a fantastic collaboration for Mutiny and something we are very excited about.
“As a proud Newport company, to be working with NCAFC, who we see as the heartbeat of the city, it really is a great opportunity and something we hope will grow over the years. It’s a very proud moment for us as a brand.”
Mutiny director, Matthew Pullen, said: “As a life-long County fan, this is something of a dream come true. Although the club is yet to recognise my potential at centre-midfield, I am delighted that Mutiny is now a part of the NCAFC family.”
Newport County AFC Commercial Manager, Matthew Owen, said: “I’m really excited by this announcement, collaborating with a local company is one thing, but reducing the amount of single-use plastic makes it much more significant.
“The Port razor was created especially for Newport County AFC, and I am certain that fans will enjoy it.”
This exciting new collaboration will allow County fans to enjoy 10% off the hybrid razor using code ‘UTCMutiny10’ at checkout.
Full details can be found at www.mutinyshaving.co.uk