The NFL is on the cusp of going on the air and the NFL Network will soon become the new home for all of its pregame, postgame and postgame show broadcasts.
The league said on Wednesday that it will begin selling the Pouces in April, with a price tag of $30 per pair, and that it plans to introduce the product “over the course of the next two years.”
The Pouce will be available in a number of different configurations, including a standard black box and an LED light-up version.
There is also an LED-activated version of the Pouch.
“I’m excited to finally be able to share my excitement about the launch of our next generation of pregame and halftime show Pouche, as well as the excitement that is going to come with a brand new and unique pregame experience,” NFL VP of Player Safety Dean Blandino said in a statement.
“We are excited to be bringing the Coach Pouch to our fans in the most innovative way possible.
Our fans have been asking for the Puff for a long time and we are delighted to finally get it here.”
The Pouch is designed to be the same size as a typical NFL football helmet and can be worn in a variety of ways, including in-season, during pregame show, during halftime show and during postgame shows.
Pouches can be bought for $25 per pair and will be sold through the NFL’s website beginning April 16.
The company plans to launch the Puffer later in April.
The NFL is also in talks with other major sporting leagues to sell Poups, including the NBA, Major League Baseball and the NBA Players Association.