The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has officially launched his new clothing line but then social media folks are slamming him for charging ridiculous amounts for the clothing brand. BRADY is described as a “next-generation apparel brand.”
According to BradyBrand.com:
“BRADY is the first technical apparel brand to apply two decades of pro sports level innovation and engineering to create a system of clothing that performs across every activity.”
Brady posted a video to social media to hype and market his newly launched “BRADY” Clothing line but she was sh*t on by some people who think his clothing line is ridiculously expensive.
“After three years in the making, Brady Brand is officially launched,” he said. “Listen, I’m proud to bring this to all you guys looking for clothing that performs across all of your daily active lives. Every item is unique, it’s innovative and it’s got great function and purpose.”
Pretty cool for him, but not so much for fans who were caught completely off guard by the price of the apparel. Some of the items being sold on the Brady Brand website include T-shirts and tank tops for $75, polos for $120 and hoodies for $95. The least expensive item available on the site is a pair of socks for $20.
“Ouch man…. The gear looks great but the prices are outside the reach of the normal Joe,” one user said.
Another wrote, “No average joe is gonna be able to afford this Tommy. Would love to support your brand but I’d rather pay my electric bill.”
Not everybody was negative about the prices as one user pointed out: “Its a high quality athletic brand. What do you expect prices to be. Quality=money,” one person said.
Another user added, “It’s a luxury brand not meant for the average Joe. Please stop complaining about the prices and just buy a different brand of clothing.”
Brady said the first release is “just the beginning.” “I can’t wait to share what’s next,” he said. “I’m gonna take you guys on this journey with us.”
Flip to the next page to watch Brady’s video and the backlashes from Twitter folks.