Christmas has come early for San Antonio Spurs fans and even for those who may be looking to shop for Spur’s fans. San Antonio Spurs fans can officially add a new clothing item to their swag collection. The San Antonio Spurs have recently announced a partnership with Ebbets Field Flannels to create a limited-edition clothing collection that boasts hats, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, and even flannel fiesta-themed jerseys.
Ebbets Field Flannels has a long history and is still owned and operated by the original founders of the company. Ebbets Field Flannels is committed to producing quality, beautiful goods to the athletic field and does it well. In fact, Co-founder Jerry Cohen grew up in Brooklyn, not far from where the well-known stadium once stood in Flatbush.
Jerry’s childhood was filled with stories from his father about the colorful players of yesteryear. Jerry’s dad instilled in him a pride in their local neighborhood, as well as in the Dodgers that has bled into every area of his life, including that of his company.
If you live in the San Antonio area, you can see the full collection of new clothes in person starting today at 11:00 a.m. exclusively at the Spurs Fan Shop at La Cantera. So, what does the new apparel look like? It features the Spurs fiesta colors in small ways. For example, the baseball flannel jersey has the number 73 sewn onto the back of the jersey. Of course, this staple is a must-have for all dedicated Spurs fans.
This fiesta-themed jersey collaboration has been creating plenty of buzz amongst the basketball fans in the city. So, if you’re looking for a fun Christmas gift to buy the dedicated Spurs fan in your life, or are just looking to build out your sports activewear before the holidays, looking into the fiesta-themed jersey apparel line may be a great option.