Daniel Patrick Collaborates With Adidas On Baseball Collection

Daniel Patrick Collaborates With Adidas On Baseball Collection

Daniel Patrick released a new Baseball collection with Adidas. The collection arrives after a collaboration with the New York Red Bulls for fashion week, with Patrick designing the team’s kit.

Daniel Patrick x Adidas

“Baseball isn’t just about balls and strikes, sometimes it’s also about swagger.” This is the selling point for Patrick’s new collection. Swagger is not lost on this five-piece baseball-themed collection, which is to be sold exclusively on the Adidas site.

The former rugby player aligned himself with his athletic background when designing the collection, which features two jerseys, a t-shirt, and a pair of shorts and black tights. Wanting to create streetwear that is “classic, yet new,” the tie-dye lavender and cream combo evokes a celebration following the pandemic. All the while, the garment’s design keeps the aspect of performance in mind. 

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“We wanted a modern take on baseball that is elevated with cues taken from 90s baseball nostalgia,” Patrick states.

The jerseys are feature mesh with vents along the hem to offer maximum breathability and comfort. Meanwhile, a pair of Daniel Patrick Short Tights offer the comfort of double-knit fabric and an elastic waistband. In a commitment to sustainability, the garments incorporate recycled content, including fabric scraps and household waste. 

Prices range from $50 for a t-shirt or tights and $60-$90 for a pair of shorts or an exclusive jersey. The full collection is available for purchase on adidas.com, with limited options also live on Daniel-Patrick.com

About The Brand

Daniel Patrick launched his self-named sportswear brand with his wife Jenny in 2012 following his move to the U.S. Before pursuing a career in fashion design, Patrick was following in his father’s footsteps as a rugby player. Today, he channels his favorite cities, LA and NYC, within his designs. Patrick’s work seen on celebrities including Justin Bieber, Terrance Mann, and Zack Lugo.

Featured image courtesy of Daniel Patrick

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