Following on from its super-fan NFL collaboration, Born X Raised has returned with a new collection made in partnership with the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings. The line, which is filled with elevated takes on fan merch, marks the third team-up between the SoCal streetwear label and the professional ice hockey squad.
Like previous iterations of the collaboration, this latest edition includes the classic hockey masks, which feature co-branded lettering across their all-black facades. Meanwhile, sweatshirts and T-shirts, flaunting Born X Raised signage alongside the Kings logo, appear alongside sweatsuits with airbrushed iconography.
However, the star players in this collection are the cut-and-sew pieces. Among them, a leather coat, sourced ethically in Los Angeles, features a debossed BXR motif and embroidered Kings patchwork. Additionally, an intarisa knit sweater centers an illustration of an eerie hockey mask across the chest, with Kings branding situated just below. Notably, the cut-and-sew silhouettes open a new product category for the streetwear imprint, marking “not only a defining moment but an opportunity to reimagine how [the brand] looks at sports merch,” per a release.
Born X Raised’s latest collaboration with the LA Kings will be available to shop on the brand’s webstore at 12 p.m. PT on January 19. Take a closer look at the range in the gallery above.