28 Jan San Antonio Spurs Players Bridging The Gap Between Streetwear And Sports.
As a Spurs Fan you come to know and love each player for their passion for the game and to our city. We love attending the AT&T center and cheering our boys on. When we can’t be there we are always on social media waiting for the quick updates on their page. Our absolute favorite thing to lookout for on game night is their walk into the locker room. They use this time to show their individual style and are always rocking the coolest and most unique streetwear. From their uniforms to their favorite designer threads, The Spurs are the best in NBA fashion.
L to R: DeMarre Carroll, Trey Lyles, Lonnie Walker IV
Photos sourced from Spurs Official Instagram
Three San Antonio Spurs have brought their love for fashion to the light, creating their very own clothing lines and dawning support for style. Let’s take a look into each one and show our Spurs some support on and off the court!
Rudy Gay #22
Rudy Gay, San Antonio Spurs sourced from his Instagram
Rudy Gay, 14 season player with The Spurs, has launched his very own clothing line. But this isn’t Gay’s first whirl in the fashion community, as Rudy launched a children’s line late last year. His adult line is called RG22 having “Deuce Deuce World tour” being his very first collection. The streetwear meets tour collection features three casual pieces – 2 t-shirts and a hoodie and is priced between $35 to $60.
Shop Rudy Gay’s RG22 Collection HERE
Patty Mills #8
Patty Mills, San Antonio Spurs
Patty Mills is no stranger to showing his love for the community and his roots. He unveiled his new clothing line in collaboration with The San Antonio Spurs on January 19th in San Antonio, Texas during The Spurs first ever Indigenous Night game. In an effort to bring light to Indigenous cultures throughout the world, Mills connected with descendants of San Antonio’s earliest settlers – the Tāp Pīlam Coahuiltecan Nation, to create this limited time capsule collection, called Spurs x Patty Mills x Tap Pílam. The collection is inspired by their communal nature and Indigenous aesthetics, this collection continues the team’s rich history of cultural inclusion while honoring the heritage of their shared home. Spurs Sports & Entertainment and Aramark, the retail operator inside the AT&T Center, commemorated the cultural partnership by donating $10,000 to the American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions (AITSCM) to support the organization’s initiatives and programs in San Antonio. In an even further demonstration of supporting community, Patty commissioned Los Otros Murals to create a streetart piece that would be available for auction, bridging the gap between, culture, streetwear and street art for this great cause.
Remaining items for the apparel line are available for purchase online at SpursFanShop.com and in-store at the Spurs Fan Shop at La Cantera. Grab ’em while you still can!
Shop Spurs x Patty Mills x Tap Pílam Here.
Partnering Street Art by Los Otros Murals commissioned by Patty Mills for The Spurs first ever Indigenous Night in support for the Tāp Pīlam Coahuiltecan Nation.
DeMar DeRozan #10
DeMar DeRozan, San Antonio Spurs sourced from his Instagram.
Shooting Guard, DeMar DeRozan is bringing his clothing line exclusively to San Antonio, Texas. Selling his new line, named Comp10 exclusively at The San Antonio Spurs Shop located inside the AT&T Center and at La Cantera shopping Mall. Comp 10 gear includes tees and hats with the lines logo. DeRozan was greatly inspired by his Compton roots and wanted to bring a piece of his home to his city. “It’s on me to bring what I’ve grown up with and seen, my culture, and to try to share this with the fans in the city that I play for.” says DeRozan.
Shop DeMar DeRozan’s Comp10 Here.
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