One of the things synonymous with Thanksgiving every year is Detroit Lions NFL football. Not a team known for their winning ways the Detroit Lions didn’t invent football on Thanksgiving but they sure cemented it in history being the first team to play regularly on this late November day. The Lions began playing in 1934 on Thanksgiving versus the Chicago Bears, stopped the game in 1939 due to WWII and resumed playing in 1945 against the Cleveland Rams and have played on this American holiday ever since. But this year they have a bit more to play for with a winning record at 7-3 which is unfortunately only tied for second place in the NFC North behind the undefeated Green Bay Packers whom they play today. In the spirit of tradition here is a look at few Detroit Lions custom pieces: Nike Air Force 1s and a Mitchell & Ness snapback hat.
Detroit Lions Nike Air Force 1’s by GroundBreaker Customs. Inspired by the teams black alternate jerseys, old school logo and classic silver helmets. 1 of 1 created for a customer.
Detroit Lions Mitchell & Ness snapback hat with custom white dragon brocade bill by JBF Customs.