On the subject of vogue, and possibly additionally a handful of different issues, baseball tends to stay to conference. For many years, most ballplayers caught to nylon necklaces of doubtful well being profit and extraterrestrial wraparound sun shades. Lately, although, gamers have actually taken benefit of the league’s comparatively excessive tolerance for accessorizing, making delightfully icy chains de rigueur throughout video games. And nowadays, it’s tough to be a public-facing, big-money-making skilled athlete and never really feel no less than a little compelled to flex on the sector, particularly when gamers from different sports activities are doing it so nicely.
Cue New York Mets outfielder Mark Canha, who’s taken to sporting a pair of mirrored Prada sun shades to combat off fly-ball glare. Followers observed the shades throughout his postgame interview with SNY’s Steve Gelbs on Monday, after the Seattle Mariners bested the Mets 8-7, although Canha himself confirmed on social media that he additionally wore them on the sector that evening. He wore the identical pair throughout an April 21 recreation, when the San Francisco Giants beat the Mets 6 to 2, leaving it as much as hypothesis whether or not it is a case of dangerous luck or simply low-grade Metsiness.
The shades, which look like the PS 01XS fashion with pink mirror lenses from Prada’s sporty Linea Rossa line, really feel like an upgraded nod to baseball’s signature wraparound shades. (As of late, nothing dorky can keep that manner for lengthy: sporty efficiency shades have already had a vogue second.) And as former Atlanta Braves participant Joc Pederson demonstrated final 12 months, vogue belongs within the outfield—and Canha, a comparatively low-key however well-liked participant who’s spent most of his profession in Oakland, seems like a great candidate to take up the torch. And whereas a pair of Prada sun shades feels comparatively innocuous in comparison with Pederson’s string of pearls, each trendsetter has to begin someplace.