Tom Brady gave retirement the ole’ college try but will be returning for another season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and that may be a good thing as his new clothing line has been getting picked apart by fans and football watchers everywhere.
We understand that there are probably plenty of people buying his gear, enough so to keep it profitable, but for the everyday person who spends $10-20 on a t-shirt, you may shrug your shoulders and laugh at the prices of the GOAT’s clothing line.
In a new clip, you can see below, Brady pumps up his new brand, but it wasn’t enough for people to get fully on board.
“New drop is live on BradyBrand.com go get it while you can. This collection is perfect for any training or workout you can imagine LFG @bradybrand”
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Tom Brady’s New #BradyBrand Clothing Line Gets DUMPED On For Being Too Expensive
People reacted to the prices of his gear saying, “Bro that shit too expensive 😭 😂😂”, “man retired to grow his brand then came back when no one was buying it”, “Thought this was gonna be one of your hype videos 😔”, “So disappointed they’re not made in the USA”, “Drop the prices Tom $95 for a sweatshirt??! $45 for a shirt?!”, “$45 for a white tee. That’s bonkers”, “I can get that tee at Walmart for like 10 bucks”, “It’s so comfortable…..and all for the small price of $5,000 you can own one too…. 😬” and “Gas is up n so are your tshirts 😂”
We can all admire his football accomplishments, but let’s be honest, everyday working Americans are probably not going to purchase these products. Many cannot justify spending $45 on a plain white t-shirt.
What do you think? Are you interested in his clothing line or do you think it’s too overpriced? Let us know in the comments below.
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