’47 x Supreme ● Oakland Raiders Jacket + Pants

Do you remember that two weeks ago I pointed the spotlight on a ’47 collaboration with Supreme? It was a post about an outfit that included a Raiders vest and a beanie and here I am with the sequel.

From the same collab today I am showing you Oakland Raiders Jacket together with Oakland Raiders pants. Following the guideline that everything is possible when Supreme is involved, these two items come with an allover pattern made of embroidered Raiders shields.

It’s not the first time that we stumble on ’47 items representing this American Football team. Two years ago we saw a crisp Raiders bucket hat rather than Captain and MVP shapes compared in the same post.

It goes without saying that such team is an all time favorite around here and to find it in a Supreme collab gives extra flare to this legendary team. Worn by Chuck D rather than Slayer’s own Kerry King the brand has a reach that goes beyond sports and this collab can’t do nothing but enlarge such perception.

The jacket is made of cotton twill just like the pants but if “real men wear black” is one of Raiders claim, it doesn’t work for these chino pants. Made in the classic khaki colorway, this pant is the right contrast for the black jacket.

With a contemporary baggy fit (who could ever dictate the right fit but Supreme?!) these pants show the same old English branding that we saw on the vest and on the jacket. Take note: no embroidered shield ends up under a stitching, each and all of them are whole and this says a lot about the care that has been put into designing these items here worn by Irene C.

As it usually happens with the most interesting Supreme collabs, these items went sold out in no time. Head over to your usual reselling websites or get left empty handed. I suggest you to peep ’47 website instead: you may ride the Raiders wave without worrying about your size missing or your bank account drained…
Shop online for ’47 Raiders here >
https://www.47brand.com/search?q=raiders
Photos courtesy of Ludovica Sanseverino

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