TDE Kicks Off Championship Tour Pop-Ups

First stop, Livestock in Vancouver, Canada.

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Yesterday, May 4, Nike officially announced its capsule collection with TDE for its Championship Tour. The tour kicked off last night in Vancouver, Canada and boutique retailer Livestock was the first to host a TDE pop-up which coincides with the tour merch.

Included alongside the Nike products were tees, hoodies, caps, footballs and even baseball bats with the Top Dawg Entertainment logo and branding. Fans were able to purchase a Nascar-inspired Kendrick Lamar tee, an “Eastside Johnny” Jay Rock tee, ScHoolboy-Q tee, SZA “Broken Clocks” tee, and even TDE x Stance socks in multiple colors. The Championship Tour makes its way to the Pacific Northwest tonight with a performance in Seattle, Washington before heading off to Portland, Oregon and then California. Let us know how you think these pieces compare to concert merch of the past. Also be sure to check out the TDE x Reigning Champ collaboration.

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