Wilson 1914 is a label that has come to our attention in recent times, while many sportswear companies look to push boundaries in innovative sportswear technology, Wilson 1914 sticks to its roots in bringing back vintage items from its early days almost a hundred years ago, including obvious classics like sweat parkas, and leather stadium jackets. Started by Thomas E. Wilson in 1914, the label has been hugely popular in the “Golden Age of Sports” of the U.S. around the 1920’s, with so much heritage and history in the brand, it certainly makes for an interesting collection; more interesting than the hand-printed face on the volleyball to say the least.  Unfortunately the collection is only avaialable in Japan at this stage. Take a look at the images below or visite their website here for more info.