The NBA is the epitome of excellence in professional basketball. From the Celtics to the Lakers, several teams have legacies that no other sports possess. These teams also have legions of loyal fans from all over the world. To show their undying support and commitment, these fans simply love to wear NBA gear – however long ago it was designed.
Whether you love the Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, or historical clubs, you can wear the new styles or go retro with the basketball flow. As an industry leader in sports attire, Fans Edge offers a range of items for traditional and new fans. They feature a number of classic NBA looks, as well, helping you to capture golden memories, while showcasing your love and passion for your favorite team.
Classic NBA wear continues to soar in global popularity. Past logos, legendary player names and numbers and teams who no longer exist, all reflect the history of a sport that started with a peach basket for a hoop. From Michael Jordan to Larry Bird and Oscar Robertson, you can proudly display your favorite player or team. Throwback apparel not only includes jerseys but shorts, T-shirts, caps, and warm up jackets, too. Old school fans enjoy the history they represent.
With innovative designs and colors, you can truly capture the allure and essence of the NBA and its predecessors. You can find classic wear from the ABA and other defunct leagues. In fact, the Baltimore Bullets cap, made of 100% wool and with logo, seems to be a hot-seller for many fans. The cap also features paintbrush splash designs that add to an outfit. Another hot item is the Los Angeles Stars T-shirt. This item really brings back memories and captures those nostalgic moments like no other. With the team logo proudly displayed on a blue slate background, people around you will wonder where you got it.
If you love basketball, have strong memories of past games and players and want to celebrate yesteryear, nothing does it like old school gear. These items have become so popular that even the youngest fans want to wear them. It can be a great way to teach younger fans about the teams that existed before the NBA.