The Super Bowl may be over, but one 49ers spouse is making a difference for a North Texas non-profit after the big game.
Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, is quickly becoming a social media sensation after creating football-inspired designs for herself and a number of famous game attendees such as Taylor Lautner, Brittany Mahomes and Taylor Swift.
For several years, Juszczyk crafted custom designs, and now with an official licensing agreement in place with the NFL, she doubled down on her efforts. Ahead of Super Bowl LVIII, she created outfits not only for her husband and his teammates but for the Frisco-based non-profit the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Last week, the 29-year-old unveiled her inaugural NFL-licensed garment, a stylish puffer vest. This commemorative piece pays homage to the showdown between the 49ers and the Chiefs in Las Vegas. Designed in alignment with the game's color scheme, the vest features padding in a plum hue and a sleek metallic lilac lining. The number 58, symbolizing the Super Bowl edition, adorns the vest in a purple and red marble print.
The proceeds from the vests will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Juszczyk lost her mother to breast cancer at 18 and hopes to give back to the organization through her designs.
“Not only are we grateful to receive the proceeds from this auction, but we are also so grateful for Kristin's advocacy,” the National Breast Cancer Foundation said in a Facebook post. “We hope her hard work will encourage women (and men!) in the NFL community to prioritize their breast health and share potentially life-saving information with their loved ones.”
The first vest sold for $75,000, which will be donated to the foundation. The second vest is still up for grabs and can be bid on for four more days. As of publication, the current bid sits at $22,500.