Levi’s is releasing new Toronto Blue Jays pieces as part of the brand’s MLB Collection, just in time for this year’s Home Opener on Thursday. Who else is excited? This is definitely going to be our year and we’re ready to rock our Jays jackets to support our home team. #LetsGoBlueJays
The Levi’s MLB Collection continues Levi’s® relationship with baseball and has created amazing styles to represent our home team all year long. This year the collection is available to both men and women with four new trends:
- Men’s Patch Denim Trucker
- Women’s Patch Denim Trucker
- Men’s Chambray Shirt
- Logo Hoodie for men and women
Levi’s® MLB Collection Logo Hoodie – Toronto Blue Jays
Description: Limited-edition gear for true fans of the game. The officially licensed Levi’s® Major League Baseball Collection celebrates your team spirit with iconic Levi’s® styles. The team-logo hoodie is a staple of any ballpark wardrobe. Layer it under Levi’s® Trucker Jacket for extra warmth on cool-weather game days.
Levi’s® MLB Collection Patch Denim Trucker – Toronto Blue Jays
Description: The Levi’s® MLB Denim Trucker Jacket is a light, stonewashed take on our classic Trucker, a staple that has been loved and lived in for decades. It’s embellished with a logo chest patch that will display your team pride at the stadium — or anywhere else.
Levi’s® MLB Collection Chambray Shirt – Toronto Blue Jays
Description: With the well-worn look of denim and utilitarian features, the Levi’s® MLB Chambray Shirt is a timeless expression of pride for fans everywhere. Look sharp any day of the week, especially game day. This classic workshirt, in lightweight denim, is embellished with a team embroidered patch on the sleeve and woven team label on the front.
What do you think of Levi’s collection with the Toronto Blue Jays?
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