Wilson x MCM Create A Gold Football To Celebrate 100 Years Of The NFL

Jan 31, 2020

Category: Gear

Seldom do we find a crossroads between high fashion and professional sports, as most do not associate the runway with the endzone. But in a world where any aspect of life can be elevated by choice materials and high-end design, Wilson has teamed up with the luxury leather goods house MCM worldwide to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the gridiron with their NFL 100 gold football.

Inspired by the official game ball of the NFL, The Duke, this limited release football is presented in a metallic Limonta Gold finish branded with the iconic Visetos pattern on three of the four panels, resembling the upscale leather bags that the brand is known for. The fourth panel is decorated with the NFL100 logo and commissioner’s mark of authenticity, exactly as the balls used in play during the Super Bowl will look. Finished with unconventional black laces and stitching, this ball feels at home in the trophy case as it does crossing the 50-yard line.

Purchase: $350

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