Kliff Kingsbury teams up with clothing brand to recreate viral draft day photo
Apr 29, 2021, 12:12 PM
One year later, Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury and his house are still making waves.
Fans first got a glimpse of Kingsbury’s Paradise Valley home turned “war room” during the virtual 2020 NFL Draft.
He was laid back, his feet on the coffee table as he was fixated on the television with a fire going in the backyard, relaxed as Arizona held the No. 8 selection.
Now, the coach has teamed up with Goodlife Clothing to recreate the photo that went viral, but this time he’s sporting a more relaxed outfit created by the retailer.
After his setup for last year's NFL Draft went viral, Kliff Kingsbury has doubled down.
This year, Kingsbury has teamed up with Goodlife Clothing to recreate the photo.
His house is ABSURD. pic.twitter.com/sUKhd93mBJ
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) April 29, 2021
Kingsbury is also the headline photo on the clothing brand’s website, modeling a grey sweatsuit and red Converse billed as “essentials for modern living.”
.@KliffKingsbury X Goodlife Clothinghttps://t.co/lJORknHYcI
Goodlife is a mindset built on hard work and trusting the process. #NFLDraft @AZCardinals @NFL #RedSea pic.twitter.com/SkcMOSqZ5j
— VF (@TheVFCastro) April 29, 2021
You could say Kingsbury is really living the good life.