For many years, Mitchell & Ness, adidas’ division that takes care of the retro and nostalgic-inspired apparel section, has been giving us a series of gems straight out the glorious past of the National Basketball Association. From Jordan’s jerseys to Magic Johnson’s number 32, the NBA vintage jerseys have always been an (expensive) must for all NBA enthusiasts. Today, Mitchell & Ness somehow decided to upset the usual, presenting “The No Name Collection” realized in collaboration with Don C.

Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 0
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 1
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 2
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 3
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 4
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 5
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 6
Take a look at the “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness and Don C The American brand created a series of vintage NBA jerseys without any logo or writing | Image 7

The American brand has taken some of the most glorious designs from the Eighties and Nineties of the NBA taking away all the logos and writings, except for Jerry West, aka “The Logo”. But you’ll find no difficulty in recognizing the historic shirts from the Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavs, Golden State Warriors, Minnesota Timberwolves, Phoenix Suns, and Utah Jazz, as all their colors and lines are now part of our aesthetic imaginary. You just have to understand if the privation of logos and writings is an innovative idea for you or just a sacrilegious slight. 

Nevertheless, “The No Name Collection” by Mitchell & Ness x Don C will be available from May 15 and each shirt will retail for $400