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Just Don Teams up With Mitchell & Ness on “No Name” NBA Jersey Collection


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Mitchell & Ness is best known for its authentic vintage jerseys and apparel collections, and, at least in our world, for partnering with luxury streetwear designer Don C’s label Just Don. As part of their ongoing collaboration, Mitchell & Ness and Just Don are dropping a new line of vintage, high-end NBA jerseys dubbed the “No Name” collection.

Using only premium materials, and designed and tailored in the U.S., the jerseys combine minimal takes on classic NBA designs, such as the Phoenix Suns’ shooting star and the Golden State Warriors’ California outline, with the bold aesthetic that has become synonymous with Just Don.

The capsule collection removes the NBA team names from the front of the jersey, creating a vintage look that is easy to appreciate — even for those who aren’t into B-ball style.

On the inspiration behind the designs, Don C said, “When asking my friends who don’t like jerseys what don’t they like, the response is always that they are too graphic for their specific taste. So I thought a large group of people would want NBA jerseys that are not graphic-based… and we paid attention to the fine details!”

So, if you’re a diehard Spurs fan but have always wanted to rock the Suns’ dope old-school jersey, or are just not into graphic-laden sports jerseys, this collection is for you.

The collection drops tomorrow, May 15, with each jersey retailing at $400.

Flip through the pieces above and let us know your thoughts on the collection in the comments.

In other news, neon mint is the color you’ll be seeing everywhere in 2020, according to various experts. Read more on that here.



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