Take an Official Look at Drake's NOCTA x Nike Basketball Collection
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Following a sneak peek earlier this week, Drake's NOCTA has now announced its latest collaboration with Nike. This time around, the partnership focuses on basketball, introducing a range of apparel and accessories for the sport.
As teased earlier, the range includes performance-focused jerseys and tees arriving in black. Each piece features Swooshes and NOCTA's branding throughout while select items are printed with the text, "Sometimes you. Sometimes me. Always us." The same details are found on shorts, while splashes of yellow, orange, purple and more are found on tees and compression tights. In accessories, the duo has designed co-branded arm sleeves as well as headbands. The range is complete with a black hoodie.
Take a look at the full lineup down below. The NOCTA Basketball collection is slated to launch on July 27 via NOCTA and Nike's web stores with prices ranging from $12 to $120 USD.
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