Drake x Nike ‘Certified Lover Boy’ Collection Sells Out Instantly

And we know when that hotline bling, that can only mean one thing. It means Drake and Nike are teaming up to bring you one epic collection of Certified Lover Boy apparel straight from everyone’s favourite Toronto rapper.

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Though we all have to remain patient until 2021 for Drake’s highly-anticipated sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy, Nike is giving us all a brief preview into what could expect from the four-time Grammy Award winner. Collaborating together on some must-cop Drake merch, the duo dropped the merchandise collection via the new DrakeRelated website.

Keen-eyed fans of 34-year-old hip-hop artist would be quick to notice the F&F Nike Heart Puffer For Lovers Only, briefly featured in the Laugh Now Cry Later music video with Lil Durk. While it’s not yet certified for purchase, the 100 per cent nylon heart quilted insulated bomber jacket follows in Drakes fashionable footsteps. With zippered pockets, a ribbed hem and cuff, the jacket is made complete with an embroidered Nike Swoosh on the left chest, with the CLB poem imprinted on the interior chest pocket. But if pink isn’t your colour, then cop the black version instead.

Alongside the bright baby pink puffer jacket are three different t-shirts in black or white, a Nike CLB Hoodie, CLB Socks and a lipstick printed hat. Starting at USD$18 for a certified pair of lover boy socks, the most expensive item on the menu is the Nike CLB Hoodie for USD$75. Considering the collection dropped online on October 26, only to sell out instantly, who knows how deep your pockets will need to be to cop these threads.

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