By RantSports Staff on April 9, 2014
Ever wonder what famous pro athletes wear off the field/court? You might be surprised and you might be heading to the store quickly after checking out these awesome looks by these athletes from brands you might not know of yet.
If you haven't heard of the Melin Brand hats yet, you need to check them out. They're a brand new company with a truckload of pro athletes rocking their hats already, including D-Wade.
Like Wade, Victor Cruz has also joined the Melin family right off the bat. The entire body of the hat is completely made of cashmere. Now are you seeing why these hats are off the chain?
Ballers aren’t the only ones rocking Melin; Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte also wears the caps with the perforated lamb skin bills when he’s not in the pool. Yes, you read that right: Perforated lamb skin bills.
Next up is the 47 Brand, which takes modern looks in popular sports wear and applies a retro feel to them. As you can see, Ryan Kerrigan is a big fan of the Purdue line (his alma mater).
Christian Ponder clearly thinks the look is nice too because he’s wearing the retro Vikings cap with his modern-looking 2013 Minnesota jersey and there’s no clash whatsoever. On the contrary, that’s a sharp look.
Even former athletes and current sports analysts love the look. Mark Schlereth likes the look so much he rocks it on television. That retro look with the modern twist just never gets old.
Another brand that has been doing the old/new look in a great way for a long time is Mitchell and Ness. It’s obviously a good look or LeBron James wouldn’t be wearing it.
Mitchell and Ness has also made its way into the football and baseball fields as well despite being extremely popular with the basketball crowd. Tom Brady apparently thinks so as well as Snoop Dogg, who shows there’s more to the line than just caps and t-shirts.
Whether it’s a casual or dressed-up look, Mitchell and Ness never fails. When Carmelo Anthony AND wife La La Vasquez think so, there’s no question.
You probably remember when Kaepernicking became a thing after Colin Kaepernick showed off his new trademark move in the 2013 NFL playoffs. However, you probably didn’t know the Kaepernicking t-shirt was made by Sportiqe, a brand that is becoming wildly popular among pro athletes.
Matthew Stafford is one of the biggest fans of this brand as he’s seen wearing it pretty much everywhere he goes: NBA games, the beach, the red carpet and even during postgame interviews.
Another big-time Sportiqe wearer is Wes Welker, whose natural look is a perfect fit for the brand. If you’re anything like Wes, you should probably add more Sportiqe to your wardrobe.
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