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College football superstar Travis Hunter has joined FreeForm Sports as the first member of its newly created FreeForm Athlete Advisory Council, the brand announced today.

As part of the Advisory Council, Travis will have input in product development for the brand’s football equipment, as well as release his own line of custom pads and wristbands available for sale to the general public.

“I love the look and feel of FreeForm Sports’ athletic gear,” Hunter said. “I am partnering with them so I can help shape the future of performance equipment.”

During the last two games of the season, Hunter wore custom thigh pads with his TH logo integrated as Colorado played Washington State and Utah. Hunter is the first addition to the Advisory Council, with more elite athletes to be announced in early 2024. 

Launched in 2022, FreeForm Sports creates products using a cutting-edge 3D printing technology combined with new materials to create equipment that feels lighter and exhibits superior impact resistance than anything else currently available on the market.

Players at Colorado, Texas, TCU and Ohio State have become early adopters of these technologies on the field, with multiple players using FreeForm pads this past season. 

The company has been producing customized gear for athletes across the country, including unique 3D printed wristbands that showcase their brand. Several players to be announced are collaborating with FreeForm Sports on NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) deals that promote the sale of collectible collegiate wristbands.

Select thigh pads and wristbands are currently available for athletes and fans alike at

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