Tom Brady launches new apparel brand ‘Brady’

Nine college athletes associated with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCA) have been signed as ambassadors of the clothing label.

One of the most popular quarterbacks in the National Football League (NFL)Tom Brady has officially launched a new athletic sports brand ‘Brady’. The label was under development for the past three years and went public with the first drop of items on January 12, 2022.

The star athlete of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has partnered with the Swedish fashion icon Jens Grede and successful designer Dao-Yi Chow to build this platform which provides technical apparel for training and lifestyle. Dao-Yi Chow is also the creative director of the brand. The inaugural product line includes wearables ranging from 20 dollars to 395 dollars apiece.

In addition to this, nine college athletes associated with National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCA) have signed to become the ambassadors of the clothing label with popular names like the Michigan quarterback, Cade McNamara, the Georgia wide receiver, George Pickens and Jackson State quarterback, Shedeur Sanders. Along with football players, ‘Brady’ has also teamed up with college tennis players like Patrick Zahraj of UCLA and Andrew Fenty of the University of Michigan.

Brady revealed the partnership with youth players through his social media handles with a feature post that said, “Partnering with these young athletes has been one of the most rewarding parts of this entire Brady brand process. We’re so close to launch and I can’t wait to see you all rocking BRADY in the wild. BRADY release 1 drops January 12th.”

On this grand move, Tom Brady gave his insights and said in an interview, “I thought about launching an apparel brand for a lot of years and we wanted this one, with Jens and Dao, to be perfect. We wanted to be sure we really nailed it and got it right. I’m closer to the end of my football career but at the same time, I want to do things that are fun.”

Tom Brady has won six Super Bowl titles while playing for the New England Patriots and joined the Bucs in 2020 to win one more. He is hailed as the greatest of all time in NFL history by many followers.

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