Far East Movement Partners With Hex To Launch “Free Wired” – Signature Tech Accessories

There’s some really cool tech accessories headed our way which will be released through Far East Movement and HEX. More details from the press release after the jump:


Musical Talent and Fashionable Accessories Collide in Three-Part Capsule

OXNARD, CA,—HEX, fashionable tech accessories and street-wear brand, today announced the availability of a new line of accessories designed in collaboration with world renowned musical group, Far East Movement. The Free Wired capsule includes three fresh products—the Free Wired Recon Backpack, the Free Wired Icon Watch Band and Free Wired Code Wallet—emulating Far East Movement’s signature style in this next generation of tech-cessories.

“We are excited to get to work with musical talent who also support the fashion and design behind our brand,” says Dan Maravilla, vice president of HEX. “As fans of Far East Movement’s music and their unique style, we saw a great match where we could connect our music and fashion worlds.”

Each product from the Free Wired capsule features an exclusive grey and red color sequence representative of Far East Movement’s style. The Free Wired Recon Backpack features a water-resistant, custom grey canvas fabrication with red detailing and signature logos, as well as a cushioned interior, perfect for toting electronics to and from the studio, the classroom or for tomorrow morning’s business meeting.

The Free Wired Code Wallet is a sleek genuine leather wallet which fits the iPhone 4/4S in a dark grey covering with red interior featuring the Free Wired logo in the custom-molded cell phone bed. Lastly, the Free Wired Icon Watch Band allows users and musicians alike to carry their music libraries through Apple’s iPod nano (sixth & seventh generation) and jam out tunes on-the-go in a custom grey, polycarbonate band with red detailing and a metal clasp with an etched Free Wired logo.

“We’re excited to have teamed up with HEX to help design this line,” says Kev Nish, of Far East Movement. “For us, HEX, is the perfect ‘Free Wired’ mash-up of fashion and tech so it’s become an everyday part of our lifestyle.”

The HEX|Free Wired capsule joins an extensive line of fashionable tech accessories including HEX’S bag line, Code Wallets and iPod nano watch bands. For more information and pricing please visit www.ShopHEX.com.

About HEX:
Established in 2010, by the trend setting folks at August Accessories in Oxnard California, HEX is proud to bring a splash of pizzazz and fashion forward thinking to the often mundane world of tech apparel and merchandise. With over 20 years of experience within the fashion and accessories industry, August has sprouted a brand that is sure to take the market by storm. With a collection that showcases ever modern iPod Nano® watchbands and a stylish array of bags, through fusing technology and fashion HEX has created some very innovative products that will no doubt garner top-quality storage for all of your tech devices without damaging your steez or street cred. We’re here to serve… More information on HEX can be found on www.ShopHex.com, Facebook and Twitter.

About Far East Movement:
Far East Movement is a pop music phenomenon that exploded internationally with the unforgettable party anthem, “Like A G6.” The boisterous ode to “getting slizzard” perfectly chronicled the downtown L.A. lifestyle of group members Kev Nish, Prohgress, J-Splif and DJ Virman. They followed “G6” with the soaring “Rocketeer,” a Billboard Top 10 smash that has sold over two million copies to date. Since introducing their loyal fan base to their debut album and concept Free Wired (living free, staying wired), the quartet are currently preparing their eagerly anticipated sophomore release. Propelled by the new track “Jello,” a thunderous effort targeting the ladies, the group is premiering a sound that they refer to as “L.A. bass.” Heavy on pounding, euphoric rhythms, the self-proclaimed “FM creeps” are eager to share their latest output with their many listeners – or, as FM would dub them, “bassheads.”

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