6 Cast Members From MTV’s The Challenge Who Are Crushing It With Their Own Clothing Brands

What does Cory Wharton, Cheyenne Floyd, Rogan O’Connor, and Jenna Compono have in common? They all have their own clothing brands! Here’s a look at the top 6 Challengers who are setting the trends. 

Some of your favorite Challengers aren’t just known for their reality TV personas. In fact there are a few who have branched out into the clothing line business.

From everyday apparel to gym wear; here is a look at some Challenge Stars with their own clothing brands that should be on your radar.

Jenna Compono: Beezly


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Jenna Compono AKA “The Barbie Beast” is the latest Challenger to step into the clothing game.

Her new clothing line is called Beezly. The name comes from a nickname her dad gave her when she was a baby.

The majority of Compono’s line is unisex and offers sizes up to 3XL.

Jay Starrett: Stay Loco


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Jay Starrett has caught the attention of many fans with his Stay Loco brand..

There are a variety of items you can purchase off the site including hats, T-Shirts, iPhone cases, and more.

Back in April, Jay joined AfterBuzz TV where he explained that the meaning behind his line is just being yourself. 

“Be your own crazy, be your own self. It doesn’t matter what anyone says because everyone is crazy in their own way anyway.” Said Starrett.

Rogan O’Connor: Bear Wear


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Rogan O’Connor’s Bear Wear clothing line is a must see. You can find hoodies, gym wear, face masks, and more.

O’Connor also just introduced The Black Lives Matter Charity Hoodie, where profits will be donated to The Black Curriculum Charity in the UK.

The name Bear Wear comes from Rogan’s nickname, “Rogie Bear”, which was given to him at a young age by his late friend James.

Cory Wharton and Cheyenne Floyd: Rage Regardless Ry

Both Cory and Cheyenne have joined forces for a good cause. They have a nonprofit organization called Rage Regardless Ry.

The organization was started after the birth of their daughter Ryder, who was diagnosed with a rare condition called VLCAD (Very Long-Chain Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase-Deficiency).

It’s a condition where the body is unable to break down certain fats into energy during periods without food.

You can find a lot of merch on their site including hoodies, T-shirts, and caps.

You can also donate to support people who are diagnosed with rare genetic conditions.

Cara Maria Sorbello: LaMera Sportswear


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Cara Maria is no stranger when it comes to working out. The Challenge Vet has partnered with La Mera Sportswear.

On the site, you’ll be able to find one-of-a-kind leggings and tops.

Johnny Bananas: Johnny Bananas


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Johnny Bananas is living up to his name with his own clothing brand.

You can find hoodies, sandals, tees, and more for men, women, and kids with the common theme of bananas.

Which one is your favorite brand? Let us know!

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