John Deere Apparel Collaboration with Paul Frank ~ Antique John Deere Tractors & Dealers

John Deere Apparel Collaboration with Paul Frank

The array of John Deere apparel available online is diverse and widespread. Some events even have "John Deere nights" where you can win giveaways for showing up in your John Deere apparel. Some dads and kids purposely wear matching outfits and clothes because they are such diehard JD fans. The classic John Deere cap has even shown up on Kid Rock's head on the cover of Men's Journal magazine and Ashton Kutcher on his MTV show, Punk'd.

One major development was when major clothing company Paul Frank agreed to reinterpret some John Deere apparel. They signed a one year agreement for Paul Frank Industries to produce clothing and accessories that bear the classic green and gold John Deere logo. Some of the products that will be created include outerwear, sportswear, pajamas, swimwear, vinyl accessories, and eyewear.

If you are more partial to the classic John Deere apparel, there are many options at your disposal. You can buy John Deere shirts to stay stylish in the summertime, John Deere denim buttonups to look a little more dressed up (you can match these with a pair of khakis or jeans for a wonderful look), John Deere pants or shorts to complete your outfit, John Deere hats to stay cool in the sun, John Deere caps to keep your head warm during the cold months, John Deere socks to keep your feet dry and warm, John Deere suspenders to hold up the aforementioned jeans or khakis, John Deere belts to do the same thing, gloves to protect and warm your hands, and coats and jackets to protect you from the elements.

For a company that started out producing the John Deere combine, John Deere merchandise and John Deere tractors, they have definitely john deere apparel tractorsbroadened their horizons and diversified their product offering. It makes sense for them to do this because their brand is so well known anyway, and people are faithful the brand. There is no doubt a strong following for JD, as can be seen by all the people who wear John Deere apparel.