Hoodie Up in Honor of a Baseball Legend

All proceeds from the hoodie will be donated to the Jackie Robinson Foundation

By Raymond Harrison

In honor of Jackie Robinson Day on April 15, American clothing brand LEOVICI is releasing a limited edition hoodie celebrating one of the greatest pioneers in sports history.

The hoodie features a black and white portrait of Robinson on a bone-colored sweater. The release is in collaboration with JP Crawford, current shortstop for the Seattle Mariners.


The Deets

• The hoodie will retail for $85 at Leovici.com

All proceeds from the sales of the hoodie will be donated to the Jackie Robinson Foundation.

• “[Robinson] broke barriers that were larger than baseball,” Crawford says. “That man changed the course of history … by HIMSELF!”

• “Robinson is not just one of our inspirations, but also one of our greatest heroes,” says LEOVICI founder Brett Wheatley.

• Wheatley, a former professional baseball player, started the brand in 2019. The unique line strides to blend fashion with utility, providing the comfort of sportswear in designer clothing.





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