This Japanese baseball team’s Deep-V uniforms are the future of sports attire

No person, and I imply no person, is taking a extra daring strategy to sports activities uniforms than the Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters of Japan’s NPB league. This weekend the staff debuted their new look, designed by legendary eccentric supervisor Tsuyoshi Shinjo, and you aren’t prepared.

The Nippon-Ham Fighters, who’ve been clad in blue, white, and gold since their inception, flipped all the pieces on its head by transferring to crimson, gold, and black — trying like one thing out of a futuristic disco anime about dance-battling robots. Naturally this got here from the thoughts of the staff’s supervisor, who prefers to be referred to as BIGBOSS.

Sure, that is actual. Sure, he really enjoys being referred to as BIGBOSS in all-caps. Sure, now we have written about him earlier than — particularly when he rode onto the sphere utilizing a hoverbike, as a result of no person is saying no to BIGBOSS.

The brand new deep-v uniforms are one thing we’d by no means seen within the U.S. Our uniforms are far too company and sanitized. Every part must be authorized by 50 totally different attire executives, most leagues have bizarre uniform guidelines about what’s or isn’t acceptable, after which the one tweak is slapping the brand of some crypto firm on them that will likely be bankrupt in 2-3 years and run away with everybody’s cash in a rug pull.

It’s good to know that someplace on the planet uniforms are nonetheless stunning, pure, and reveal an alluring quantity of chest. Thanks to the Nippon-Ham Fighters and BIGBOSS for making this a actuality.