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Opposuits introduces SpongeBob and Nickelodeon ranges

The two new brands are joining the apparel company’s licensed offering this month.

Opposuits x SpongeBob Squarepants offers a summer combo with a shorts and short-sleeved shirt combination in bright pink, featuring the iconic yellow SpongeBob character in a variety of poses.

Meanwhile, the Opposuits x Nickelodeon offering is a short-sleeved colourful shirt, offering a wide range of characters from the Nickelodeon brand, from Ren and Stimpy to Hey Arnold, Rugrats, and many more.

A spokesperson for Opposuits commented: “Have a bit of Hey Arnold, Rugrats, Rocco’s Modern Life and more. This short sleeve shirt is entirely inspired and designed with official Nickelodeon artwork to show tribute to a plethora of childhood memories. Saturday cartoons all week long.”

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