Taking courtside style and turning up the heat, DTLR has teamed up with Mitchell & Ness to release a selection of shooting shirt-inspired tops that hit the sweet spot between modern streetwear and classic sport style. You won't want to sleep on this Hardwood Classics collection.

Meeting in the middle between pregame warmups and button-front shootaround shirts, this NBA-focused fusion combines retro styling with a uniform mesh. With an aesthetic that feels like its fresh off the hardwood, each shirt features a button front closure, embroidered logo patch and team color contrast ribbing.

But even though these take cues from heritage NBA looks, that doesn't mean they won't be just as stunning for the fashion-conscious men and women of today. Flexing won't be hard when you're representing your favorite teams in these tops. With airy, engineered mesh setting the stage for eye-catching color palettes, each Pro Mesh Buttonfront shirt will be a perfect second layer over your favorite T-shirt in spring, or a show-stopping slam dunk worn on its own come summertime.

This collection will feature the Atlanta Hawks, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Golden State Warriors, Virginia Squires, San Antonio Spurs and Washington/Baltimore Bullets. Whether you're rocking these on court, or out for a night on the town with your squad, you'll want these button-front shirts in your wardrobe's starting five.

Look out for the DTLR x Mitchell & Ness Pro Mesh Buttonfront Shirt when it hits DTLR stores on March 10.

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