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Each year, brands like Apple, Reebok, New Balance and more honor Pride Month by releasing gorgeous new Pride-themed products and accessories.

These products do more than just help celebrate LGBTQ visibility, many also donate a portion of the proceeds to LGBTQ organizations.

Take a look at a few of the top Pride products for 2020 below!

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Sneak Peek at the New 2020 Pride Products from Apple, Reebok & More

Even though Pride Parades have been canceled all over the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, brands are still keeping the tradition of launching Pride-themed products and accessories.

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Apple for example, released two new bands for the Apple Watch, both Pride-themed.

The Pride Edition Sport Band with its rainbow pattern is fairly similar to the one released back in 2016, but it’s still an amazing band.

Apple and Nike also teemed up and created a second band, the Apple Watch Nike Pride Edition Sport Band. The rainbow colors are a bit subtler, yet the effective is quite gorgeous.

As Apple officials explain, the Nike Pride Edition Sports Band helps support vital LGBTQ advocacy groups.

Through this effort, Apple and Nike are proud to support LGBTQ organizations doing vital advocacy and community-building worldwide, including GLSEN, PFLAG, The Trevor Project, Gender Spectrum, The National Center for Transgender Equality, and ILGA World, which brings together more than 1,500 member organizations in more than 150 countries and regions.

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Both bands retail for $49 in the Apple Store.

Apple isn’t alone in launching new Pride-related products. Take a look at a few other brands

New Balance FuelCell Echo

New Balance also pitched in for the Pride Month, and released the New Balance FuelCell Echo for both men and women ($125 each), as well as the 327 unisex model ($115).

Reebok Launches “All Types of Love” Collection

Reebok joins in the Pride Month product launch with an entire collection.

The “All Types of Love” Collection features a range of Pride products, including sneakers, hats, athletic apparel and more.

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A portion of the proceeds go to the It Gets Better Project, an LGTBQ+ outreach program.

Along with the collection, Reebok launched a supporting campaign called “Proud Notes,” a ” platform for authentic, passionate individuals to share their unique stories and journeys as they are celebrated through notes written by loved ones.”

Get the tissues out and take a look at their first Proud Notes video.

UGG Launches Disco Slides for Pride month

Get ready to dance the night away- safely at home, of course- with UGG’s new collection of Disco platforms.

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The furry slides and other pieces of the collection are part of the  #UGGPRIDE campaign, and a portion of the sales go to LGBTQ+ organizations like GLAAD and  Pacific Pride Foundation.

Dr. Marten’s 2020 Pride Boot

Dr. Marten launched their 2020 Pride Boots earlier this month. The Pride Boot retails for $150.

This year, the company donated to The Trevor Project, at suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.

While you can’t show off these beautiful Pride products in person at parades this year, there are alternatives.

Virtual Pride Parades Are Now A Thing

Vancouver for example, is going to host the Pride celebrations virtually. They have planned a series of virtual events in order to keep everything running in the given conditions. The officials said.

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We know that a lot of people look forward to the Pride parade, Pride festival and all of our in-person events every year, so it was a very difficult decision, but obviously it’s the right one in the current context.

Of course, it’s all for the best, but we can’t help but be sorry for it.

In the same style, Dublin will follow, by hosting their virtual celebration in June, after having to cancel the Pride Parade.

The Dublin LGBT Pride Twitter page said.

The first Digital Dublin Pride Festival is to be hosted in June, with a fully interactive virtual Pride Parade and concert. Buildings will still light up for Pride, flags will be flying high across the city and our community will still be there to support each other.

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It’s nice to see everyone cares, and they are trying to find alternatives for these uncertain times we’re all going through.

The Pride is not cancelled, we are just bringing it home.

What are you doing to celebrate Pride month? Which of the Pride products do you love most? Share below.

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