Manchester United Release Hideous New Range of Backpacks Costing £440 Each

Manchester United Release Hideous New Range of Backpacks Costing £440 Each

Manchester United have released a new range of expensive backpacks this week – with each bag setting customers back a whopping £440 per time.

In recent years, whilst United’s prowess on the field has dwindled, their dominance off it has continued to soar, with the Old Trafford side continuing to announce partnership deals for all sorts, including worldwide noodle partners and an alliance with a South American tractor company.

And it seems the cash-grab inside the United halls of power is showing no signs of abating, with their collaboration with designer Paul Smith the latest attempt to winkle an extra few quid from supporters.

The rather garish rucksack has been released in collaboration with the retail fashion giants and it’ll set you back a whopping £439.99.

It is made up of canvas fabric with a leather trim, but the main talking point is the massive Old Trafford pitch and Stretford End emblazoned across the back.

Personally, we have absolutely no idea who’d want to wear this, let alone at a cost of more than £400, but what do you think of the bag?

Let us know in the comments section below…


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