Are you Team Colin Kaepernick? Well, the famous activist recently gave everyone a chance to say it with their chest in a way that doesn't support the NFL like the sales of his old jersey do.

On Monday, Kaepernick announced he was selling youth and adult-sized jerseys for $99.99 and $174.99, respectively, according to USA TODAY. The news came less than a week after Nike released its controversial ad featuring the player as the face of its "Just Do It" 30th anniversary campaign. 


The jersey features the phrase "#IMWITHKAP" on the front and the name "Kaepernick" on the back, along with his number. Where the NFL logo usually sits on the front of the jersey is a logo combines Kaep's initials with his number.

The ex-quaterback tweeted 20 percent of the proceeds would go towards Kaepernick's Know Your Rights Camp, according to Vice News. The camp works with young people to teach them their lawful rights, as well as strategies for successfully navigating encounters with law enforcement. 

Several folks, including Hot 97's Nessa and Kaep's former teammate Eric Reid, predicted the pre-sale would sell out quickly, and they were right:


RP @kaepernick7: Official #IMWITHKAP Jerseys available PRE-SALE now!Limited Edition. 20% of all proceeds go to @yourrightscamp. Thank you for your continued support! Shop at Link in bio

— NESSA (@nessnitty) September 10, 2018

The former 49ers quarterback and current free agent confirmed the jersey was completely sold out on Tuesday and announced all profits would go toward Know Your Rights Camp. That pre-sale was lit!



Kaep encouraged everyone to head to his website to learn more about the campaign and keep abreast of any further updates. There may even be another round of jerseys, so keep those eyes peeled.

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