- Off White has become a popular name among designer clothing.
- Off Brand and MLB have collaborated for a new line of jerseys, hats, and other things.
- Oof. The new drop is…atrocious.
Off White has become a hot ticket item with designer clothes. Well, the MLB and Off White patterned on a special collaboration and, well, these are just hideous from all aspects.
Not only are the new jerseys and hats atrocious, but the price for these items is hard to believe.
Check it out, courtesy of Darren Rovell.
Off White unveils MLB licensed collaboration with holes.
$1,030 for a jersey.
$260 for a hat. pic.twitter.com/e6XCkQqXGt
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 16, 2022
Yes, those are the actual jerseys and hats Off White dropped, and this is just confusing.
They also have hoodies and t-shirts, and no, the price isn’t any better for those items.
MLB unveiled a collaboration with Off-White and New Era featuring Off-White's meteor holes
Hats cost $260
T-Shirts cost $355
Hoodies cost $630
Jerseys cost $1,030 pic.twitter.com/mqdwmhZggS
— Joon Lee (@joonlee) June 16, 2022
The MLB Off White Collab Doesn’t Go Over Well At All
This is a massive miss by Off White and the MLB. If their goal was to cater to the average MLB fan, this isn’t the way to do it.
Why do the items have holes in them? Furthermore, why is the price so expensive? This didn’t go over well at all.
I do not understand a single word of this, but I’m also pretty sure this isn’t for me
— Mike Petriello (@mike_petriello) June 16, 2022
Me resisting the fatherly urge to say “did you pay extra for the holes in them?” pic.twitter.com/iY7TrKOUKX
— ryan (@grueny21) June 16, 2022
Who the hell is wearing that
— TheMetsAreNotPain? (@moose99lgm) June 16, 2022
God bless the dead but wtf virgil 🤣
— Travonne Edwards (travonne.eth) (@Travonne) June 16, 2022
Why would anyone buy a jersey/hat with holes in them ?
— Julio G (@JulyGtzP) June 16, 2022
I hope this is a joke because I’m not kidding when I say this may be the worst jersey concept I’ve ever seen.
Plus, I can put a few holes in a jersey for free if I really wanted to https://t.co/bMUEvd5AzT
— Tom Bauer (@TommyB369) June 16, 2022
There doesn’t seem to be one single person who thinks this is a good idea. Even if they think it’s a good idea, who in their right mind would pay over $1,000 for a jersey?
Let’s see how these sell, if they do at all.