Kansas City Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker Sports Inspired Fashion

There's far too much reporting about every aspect of the Kansas City Chiefs life/world/universe ahead of the big game . . . However, this note stands out because it hopes to uplift the shabby lives of most men.

At the very least . . . The report offers a glimpse a fashionable local alternative to most sketchy international brands . . . Take a peek:

Harrison Butker of the Kansas City Chiefs recently launched a clothing line, Shepherd's. He told Fox News the brand is an attempt to "elevate" menswear through made-to-measure, tailored clothing.  

Shepherd's other co-founders — Chris Cottrell, Nathan Price, and Austin Wright — said the company was a way for them to elevate men's style, as well as live out their Catholic faith.

While the company's founders are practicing Catholics, they reject the label that Shepherd's is a "Catholic company." Its products, they said, are for all men seeking to elevate themselves and the world around them.

"Being Catholic is central to everything I do and everything I am," Butker told Fox News Digital. "I love being able to bring Catholic virtues into any business that I am involved in."

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Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker shares fashion and faith ahead of Super Bowl: 'All fits together'

Harrison Butker, Kansas City Chiefs kicker and co-founder of the fashion brand Shepherd's, told Fox News Digital about his new menswear company, as well as his fervent faith beliefs.