Training doesn’t always have to be hard to come by. There are plenty of ways to stay active while keeping our bodies in peak condition. With its exhilarating aesthetic and light intensity level, tennis can be an effective way to combine fun and fitness.
As the summer months welcome outdoor play and the stadiums begin to fill up, looking the part is almost as important as a proper backhand. But you don’t need to decorate your wardrobe with pastel colors or polo that can attack green when not attacking the net. There’s style to be found, and Canada-based Reigning Champ has filed some appeal in grand court – with the perfect partner.
Teaming up with tennis icon Prince (not to be confused with him, you know), the two introduced an all-new collection that highlights the antithesis of country club play, a celebration of public-court mills for a real, ready-made look. Unashamedly cool.
Prince vs Reigning Champ Collection celebrates the history of co-brand innovation
Prince is one of those primary tennis brands that is recognizable, even to the uninitiated. Blazing its course with the racket of choice for three decades the professionals have, the Original Graphite 107, the brand’s classic writing style and nostalgic color palette, have been popular picks for on-court essentials.
As the recipient of the Prince Service, Reigning Champ is also rooted in innovative excellence. Since 2007, the brand has striven to perfect simplicity while eroding complex performance. Using signature fabrics with an emphasis on sturdy construction and unmatched comfort, the brand has brought some of the most stylish collaborations with the likes of Asics, Muhammad Ali and many more into the brand’s professional touch.
What is included in the Prince vs Reigning Champ capsule
The stadium-ready collection is available starting today, and includes co-branded essentials such as a T-shirt, hoodie, crew neck, polo, and shorts. Each piece has performance features like flat seams, semi-raglan sleeves, performance fabrics, and more. Constructed from moisture-wicking Solotex mesh, the polo and shorts are perfect for a relaxed, graceful, and nostalgic look.
But the capsule isn’t all about appearance. Combined with a bucket hat, visor and towel, Prince and Reigning Champ gave the gear side of tennis some flair with three packs of high-quality tennis balls and a reimagined Original Graphite 107 racquet. Setting the industry standard for feel, precision and control, the 107 features an exclusive color pod style with co-branded features ready to deliver something special this summer.
Prince vs Reigning Champ tennis set prices range from $17 to $200 and are available online, in stores and through select retailers worldwide.
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