Basketball streetwear label K1X (also called the “Nation of Hoop”) have actually circulated their particular most recent actively seeks the fall/winter period. Attracting inspiration from a variety of sources, including sporting culture plus the realm of motorsport, the collection sprang forth initially from the idea of basketball’s “fastbreak” play while the technique’s best executors: men and women like Earvin “Magic” Johnson, “Pistol Pete” Maravich and Jason “White Chocolate” Williams.
The result is an on-trend collection that meshes the two various recreations through baggy slices and heavy utilization of logo detail printed across everyday sweats, long- and short-sleeve hoodies and tees, short pants, wifebeaters, and puff jackets. The images on their own tend to be K1X’s standard themes and mottos, spliced to the liveries and logos of companies traditionally observed in Formula One, like Pirelli and Michelin. At the same time, the palette remains true to K1X’s penchant for monochrome and grayscale, using the aforementioned logos offering relief. Currently available.