By RantSports Staff on April 10, 2014
As the seasons change and the weather gets warmer, your’e probably looking to improve your wardrobe for the summer. Obviously, baseball is going to be big but there are some awesome t-shirt styles for basketball and hockey as well. Check out the top 10 sports t-shirts for 2014 and you’ll see what we mean.
Repping the home team never looked so good. The secondary team color as the primary shirt color is a nice touch and the relaxed look with the bold logo as the “O” in town is just awesome.
The crossed bats look is growing in popularity and the logo with team name mixed in with it is a great look here by the 47 Brand. Always leave it up to these guys to pull multiple looks together in a great way.
This is a look made popular by a non-sports brand in the mid-2000s and now it’s coming back in the sports world. The off-set, broken team name works well with the relaxed, retro tee and assuming your team name isn’t more than 15 characters or so, this is a great look.
The old-school logo with the street-style nickname for the team is a combination put together in apparel Heaven. This is a great look for any team, even young franchises like the Thunder and Bobcats.
The faded color look for team apparel is growing in popularity and the extended text going down the front is a nice touch. Again, great job by Sportiqe putting together two classic looks into one new awesome one.
The baseball shoulders applied to any other sport is just sick. Just in time for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, you can get into this instant classic by Mitchell and Ness and immediately become the life of the part or your section of the stands.
The scoreboard logo look was popular in the early 2000s, but it was used on bold, solid colors only. Now it’s on the faded, relaxed tee done in a way only Sportiqe can and it’s like a whole new look…and it’s awesome.
This one is long-sleeved, but it’s way too cool to leave off the list. The different color sleeves that aren’t baseball cut are a great retro look that is made modern by the logos on the two chest sides. 47 Brand knocks another one out of the park.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Sportiqe knew what it was doing with the logo as the “O” in the “This Town” tees, so it applied the same style to the “I Feel Home” tee and this is a look that will become the new popular style for the mid-2010s.
For the No. 1 shirt on our list for 2014, we had to go with Mitchell and Ness and their retro look with the faded logo on the too-dark tee. This is another modernly-classic look that never goes out of style and the same is true this year.
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