Sadboys Gear Releases Its bladee-Designed "OFFSEASON // SPEEDBALL" Drop

Made in U.S. and screen-printed in Sweden.

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Sadboys Gear — the clothing line from Yung Lean and his collective — has returned with a new capsule of graphic pieces. Titled “OFFSEASON // SPEEDBALL,” all of the pieces in the new drop come in a super-heavyweight construction and are made in the U.S. and printed in Sadboys’ native Sweden.

The graphics in the collection were designed by rapper and frequent collaborator bladee, with T-shirts, long sleeves and hoodies all featuring his original artwork. The designs from bladee include the label’s signature “LOVE” graphic, which H&M appeared to imitate earlier this year. As well as the screen-printed pieces, the new capsule also includes a lightweight utility vest. The “OFFSEASON // SPEEDBALL” pieces are all available now from the Sadboys Gear web store.

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