Mitchell & Ness

2022 might mark the return of the throwback jersey. Michael Rubin, Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Lil Baby and more have purchased Mitchell & Ness.

Basketball gear will be forever classic so when there is a new take on the staple pieces we are all here for it. The brand responsible for Hip-Hop’s throwback era is back with a new drop.

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Today’s Millennials may not remember but there was a time in the Hip-Hop game when Mitchell & Ness throwback jerseys were all the rage. There wasn’t one music video when a rapper wasn’t rocking an OG basketball, football or baseball jersey courtesy of the Philadelphia clothing company.

Mitchell & Ness has always had more than just authentic jerseys and ball caps in its repertoire. The brand has teamed with KITH and Coca-Cola for a fourth product drop.

KITH keeps winning and looks to extend their winning streak further. AI will be the face of their newest sportswear collection.

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Now that the NBA season is officially over that doesn’t mean you have to put your favorite team’s gear away in the plastic storage box until next fall.

After what feels like an eternity of dominating the sports fanatics world with their throwback jerseys and clothing, Mitchell & Ness is getting in on the cross-branding movement and collaborating with Bloomingdales to release a capsule collection.

Somewhere, some place, Fabolous is shedding a tear right now. To commemorate NBA All-Star Weekend, Mitchell & Ness released the first ever Michael Jordan jersey.

Packer Shoes finally unveiled their colorful collaboration with Reebok and Mitchell & Ness affectionately titled “Remember The Alamo.”

Remember when Peedi Crakk was supposed to be that next great MC out of Roc-a-Fella? That didn’t really pan out, but then he was running with the Roots, and many thought that would propel the Philly spitter to more mainstream notoriety to match his rhyme talents. That didn’t really pop off either, but Crakk is […]

Rick Ross recently bought out Philadelphia’s Mitchell & Ness store, dropping nearly $10,000 on jerseys and accessories for his Maybach Music team. The Bawse, who was in town for Meek Mill’s “Im’ A Boss” video, released a vlog Wednesday proudly showing off his $9, 485 receipt as he attempts to bring the jersey trend back […]