A statement from the company said under the agreement, the latest Bose products would be provided to the two national teams for use both on, and off, the field.
The announcement comes 10 days before the start of 2019 Rugby World Cup which is being held in Japan.
The equipment used by the Wallabies includes Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, SoundSport Free wireless headphones and Bose Frames audio sunglasses.
Wallabies' fly-half Bernard Foley, centre James O'Connor and openside flanker David Pocock using the new Bose equipment. Supplied
“The Qantas Wallabies and Qantas Australian Sevens will use Bose products when they travel, during training, as well as in their downtime. We believe this will help with their continued preparation, so they deliver their best performance on game days.”
“We are very excited to join the Rugby Australia family, and we share their passion for performance,” said Chris Gumm, head of Marketing, Asia Pacific at Bose.
“We know music can help athletes get ready for the big game, and when you combine that with the proprietary technology found in Bose headphones – like the noise cancellation in our 700s – they’re able to escape and focus even more.”