Details Open Accordion

80s-inspired unstructured, 5-panel cotton twill cap featuring a Rowing Blazers x K-Swiss “Wearing Is Believing” motif.

"Our new collaboration with K-Swiss borrows from creative director Jack Carlson’s personal collection of vintage K-Swiss apparel and includes a special edition of the iconic Si-18 sneaker.

“I’ve been wearing K-Swiss since I was a kid, and the Si-18 is an iconic tennis shoe in a way that just a small number of sneakers are truly important in the history of athletic footwear,” explains Jack. “So this collaboration is very meaningful for me. I wanted to use a very wearable ‘90s palette, and I was inspired by the tennis gear I collected growing up, going to the Open, and attending tennis camps. Although rowing became my main sport, tennis was always my passion. It’s also incredible to partner with Mardy Fish on the campaign. I grew up watching Mardy play. He’s one of a kind in the sport of tennis: a true American superstar with an incredible comeback story, and he was ahead of his time in speaking about mental health and anxiety in sport. In my own time as an athlete on the U.S. rowing team, I identified with Mardy’s story. So working with Mardy has made this collaboration even more special.”

A portion of sales from each pair of Rowing Blazers x K-Swiss Si-18 Premier sneakers will go to the Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation, which provides children - particularly those from underserved communities - with the opportunity to participate in safe and impactful fitness, nutritional, and enrichment programs empowering them to live healthy and productive lives."

  • Flat brim (curve it to your liking)
  • Snapback
  • 100% cotton
  • Made in Portugal.

Shipping and Returns Open Accordion


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