What the hell you waiting for?
The new Miami Heat ‘City Edition’, ‘Miami Vice’ jerseys from your officially arrived uniform supplier this season Nike has everybody even with talents outside of South Beach, (what up King! Congrats on the 30K!) gripping their hard earned dollar like that ‘Futurama’ Fry meme.
“Shut up and take my money”!
And just when we up north thought they just couldn’t do better than those all OVO black Toronto jerseys that Nike, the Raptors and Drake helped point towards the six. Turns out it all went south to something hella hot like ‘The Florida Project’ (give Dafoe the supporting gong). And this one is so flash it’s fit for a King, or whatever big three CB4 came before Whiteside, Waiters and the Dragon who now rock this white sand hot fire.
After taking over the association with their statement jerseys this season of change clothes, Nike became even more iconic when they took it to the city. Now even a buttoned up Jay-Z will want to rock jerseys again (Hello Brooklyn!) The ‘Just Do It’ Air legends ‘City’ line has given tradition and texture depth and design, coast to coast with some terrific threads with so much between the seams. From New York’s fire and rescue, siren call of honor response. To the Lakers snakeskin black that honors the Mamba moment of Kobe Bryant and black and yellow looks like the opening credit crawl of ‘Star Wars’ in line with his fandom. One which may even have another Hollywood Night this February Oscars break with his ‘Dear Basketball’ Players Tribune poem turned animated short being amazingly nominated for the acclaim of an Academy Award.
But nothing is as hot as the real Heat coming out of Miami. And these ‘Miami Vice’ jerseys look as cool as Crockett and Tubbs, or Farrell and Foxx riding in their drop top cop car. Time to Chandler and Ross roll your sleeves up for this one friends. Instantly iconic like that new New Orleans ‘Hot Boys’ blinged out SLAM magazine cover of Boogie and the Brow, DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis. This really is no limit too like former player/baller/rapper Master P.
The pink and blue lines of 80’s GTA ‘Vice City Stories’ neon on this white hot vest stands out in the night like South Beach clubs from the shoreline. These sure things also honor more than the cities most famous buddy cop show, come Mann made movie too. As the Miami logo across the jersey popped and thumped chest also takes it back to the old logo days of the Miami Arena as legendary as Majerle when Tim Hardaway (senior) used to crossover.
Now how’s that for a city wide connection on court juniors?
Style knows substance when it knows history and legacy like you should too.
It’s all a part of the fit.
Suit up…this Winter a heatwave is coming.