Basketball clothing refers to sportswear designed for basketball players. It includes sports shorts and sports jackets. In a broader sense, it can also refer to some sports aids. For example, basketball shoes, elbow pads, wristbands, knee pads, headwear (headgear) and so on.
The costumes worn by athletes during basketball. It usually includes a top vest and a lower body shorts, both of which have the same color and absorb sweat. The material generally uses a cloth with good breathability and hydrophobicity, which does not affect the athlete's physical activity, is not easy to generate static electricity, and is light in weight. A good jersey helps athletes improve their grades. The most famous basketball uniform is the No. 23 jersey of the Jordan Bulls.
Speaking of the origin of basketball uniforms, it is natural to understand the origin of basketball first. Basketball is one of the shooting-centered confrontational sports, January 1892 (another term is December 1891), for Dr. James Nasmis, a teacher at the Field YMCA Training School in Massachusetts, USA. Create. The first basketball sportswear was long-sleeved, long-sleeved, tight-fitting, and gradually evolved into the now relatively loose and fat jersey ball pants. From the single-sided development to the present two sides wear clothing.
The classic v-neck design is derived from the NBA's traditional competition suits. The entire back body is designed with NIKESPHERE DRY, which creates a good air convection inside the garment, giving the wearer a cool wearing comfort and side splicing for ventilation. The mesh fabric is designed with stylish contrasting stitching, and the chic HOOPTECH embroidery is placed under the back.