Fathead presents DreamSeat & XZipit Recliner line

December 23, 2008 - United States Of America

Fathead, the number one brand in sports and entertainment graphics, makes another strong move into the home décor arena with high quality sports themed recliners and related products for homes, offices and stadiums. Fathead Presents the original team themed DreamSeat and the revolutionary new XZipit Recliner line which features a patented interchangeable logo panel system. All furniture is handcrafted with top grain leather and is officially licensed by the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and College. DreamSeat takes themed décor to the next level as the team colors dominate every inch of the recliners while the embroidered logo proudly proclaims their allegiance. The DreamSeat Recliner delivers an absolute VIP fan experience.

No permanent “Man Cave” space? No problem. XZipit technology transforms any room into a team inner sanctum and easily converts it back in seconds. An incredible innovation in furniture, the XZipit logo panel system allows the classic leather recliner to be quickly converted into a fan’s favorite, emblazoned with the fully licensed team logo. The XZipit panels feature team and college logos as well as corporate and sponsor brands, all are interchangeable on all pieces of XZipit furniture.

“Furniture For Fans is the next step for our passionate Fathead Nation Fans. These awesome furniture products are the perfect addition to the ultimate fan’s office, den, entertainment lair or sports sanctum,” says Brock Weatherup, CEO, Fathead, lounging from his NY Yankees XZipit Rocker Recliner. “A fan with their favorite team recliner and the complimenting Fathead on the wall is truly on the way to man cave supremacy.”

Originally, DreamSeat were designed for on-field VIP seating at NFL games. With the rise of a more luxurious man cave and some serious home theater designs, the interest in Furniture For Fans is increasing. The luxury seating has been featured on hit television series, NFL Shop commercials, ESPY Style Studios, ESPN Zones and MLB All Star Festivities.