Las Vegas Raiders Launch Fashion Collab with The Wild Collective

Show your team spirit with a fresh new look by The Wild Collective

The Wild Collective takes logo team gear and turns it up with graphic techniques, silhouettes and patterns that use recycled cotton and polyester materials—transforming old styles into fresh new looks.

“Working with the Raiders and the NFL on this collaboration has been a significant highlight within my career,” The Wild Collective Founder and CEO Whitney Bansin said in a statement. “Being able to design one-of-a-kind fashion pieces for this iconic fanbase is an honor. The collection provides a streetwear vibe with a throwback feel—applying the historic Raider marks in various ways.

“Being able to offer designs specifically made for our fans is exciting,” Las Vegas Raiders Vice President of Merchandising Barry DeVilbiss said in a statement. “We are grateful for this collaboration which allows the Raiders to not only support local, creative entrepreneurs but moves the needle aesthetically within licensed apparel.”

The Wild Collective is now officially licensed across NBA, WNBA, MLB, MLS and multiple college teams including The Ohio State University and The University of Alabama.

Image from The Wild Collective Instagram

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This new line was established through an NFL program called “collab” under which a club at retail partners with a designer in their home market. 

Within the collection are six styles including: two men’s, two women’s and two unisex styles that show off historic Raiders marks.

Prices for the collection will range from $150 to $250.

The collection drops October 6 online at raiders.com/shop, wearethewildco.com, and nflshop.com, or in person at select Raider Image locations and pop-up shops inside the Aria and Bellagio.


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