The New Jersey street style brand "Paterson" released their latest collection on Thursday and it's something that goes beyond just cool closet clothing. The eccentric tennis/skateboarding company teamed up with the USTA to deliver a limited-edition line that will help raise funds for 350 national tennis centers across the country.

“When you dress up for something, you are presenting yourself and tennis and skateboarding is a performance," creator of Paterson German Nieves told Baseline in an exclusive interview last year. "I’m just here to help out the performance and to build confidence, I want people to feel confident.”

With the brand's latest collaboration customers can also feel confident knowing that their money is going to a great cause. Portions from each sale will go directly to the USTA's Rally to Rebuild campaign. Which means each piece of clothing purchased from the newly released line will go towards supporting tennis centers across the United States.

This ultimately means giving the youth the opportunity to learn the game of a lifetime.


The fresh collection offers two graphic long sleeves, one short-sleeve tee, an all-black sweatshirt, jumbo tote, a dad hat and of course the staple bucket hat. The neon-colored green resembles that of a tennis ball and each piece contains both the USTA's and Paterson's logo and it's a sight for sore eyes.

What's great is that all pieces are comfortable enough to wear off the court, but can also make the perfect addition for any practice session. With the US Open approaching, the collection is available online and will also be making a pop-up appearance in Flushing Meadows on August 30 during the major event.

The USTA's Rally to Rebuild initiative launched last summer during the pandemic in response to the devastating hit the sport took due to COVID-19.