It’s an all-new year, and Tennessee’s retail giants are getting ready to take advantage of the holiday shopping season.
Murder apparel, an outlier on the high end of the apparel market, is now available in the state, and its retail outlets will start selling it next week, according to a statement released by the Tennessee Department of Commerce and Consumer Services.
Outlaw apparel is a new item on the market that features a high-end price tag but does not come with a label.
The department says its intent is to bring the outlander to market as soon as possible, which will include an online checkout process.
The new merchandise comes with a price tag of $75 and can be purchased in a wide variety of colors and styles.
There’s also a limited edition of the product that has been given away for free.
The state says it will distribute the new product to stores across the state and will sell it at their discretion, according the statement.
It also said it will offer other ways to buy outlander merchandise such as online, at the local store or through the Department of Consumer Services online store.
Murphy, a brand created in 2013 by former NBA player and current Nike product designer, Scott Murphy, has long been an industry leader in the apparel industry.
Murphys apparel ranges from the casual, athletic to the premium, with everything from jackets and shorts to pants, shirts, hoodies, hats and hats with logos on the back.
Murty, which was founded by former Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets player Dikembe Mutombo, has also been the most sought after outlander brand in the country, according a report from USA Today.