How much does it cost to dress like a Good Man?

Feb 28, 2016, 10:31 PM | Updated: Feb 29, 2016, 4:01 pm
Russell Wilson surprised kids at Seattle Children's Hospital with his new line of shoes. (AP)...
Russell Wilson surprised kids at Seattle Children's Hospital with his new line of shoes. (AP)
(AP)

Even with Super Bowl champ status, Russel Wilson is known for many things off the field, and now the Seahawks quarterback has launched his own clothing line &#8212 The Good Man Brand &#8212 providing apparel for those who want to live a good, inspired life.

Related: Watch video of Seahawk Russell Wilson singing along with Earth, Wind & Fire

Now 12s and Wilson fans have access to the QB’s selection of blazers, T-shirts, sneakers, jeans and more &#8212 each branded to make a man feel as if he can do good in the world.

Aside from the “doing good” branding, the clothing’s website also notes it is inspired by the finer things in life &#8212 from strong coffee to midcentury furniture.

So how much does it cost to dress as if you are &#8212 as the clothing brand’s website puts it &#8212 “living life, working hard, helping others?”

At the low end, a T-shirt will run around $76, and collared shirts start at $168. Polos come in at around $128 for the least expensive option. A basic black hoodie bears a $168 price tag. The cheapest pants &#8212 jeans &#8212 are $188. Shorts are at least $118, and sneakers are no less than $298.

For the frugal Good Man fan, an outfit could, therefore, run around run around $620 for a t-shirt, polo, shorts outfit. And $730 if you throw on jeans and a hoodie.

The clothing line donates a portion of sales to Wilson’s Why Not You Foundation, which is aimed at empowering youth and tackling issues such as cancer and domestic violence. For every product sold, $3 goes to the charity.

What is a Good Man? @GoodManBrand Be Good. #LeadInspireLive

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How much does it cost to dress like a Good Man?