Athletic and Sportswear

OK, These Adidas World Series Merch Vending Machines Were Freakin' Awesome
October 29, 2018 at 11:28 am

The World Series is over, with the Boston Red Sox cruising to a 4-1 series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. But, honestly, who cares, because we need to talk about the digital vending machines Adidas used to dispense piles of branded World Series merchandise and promote a new line of shoes...

The Timberwolves Prince-Inspired Jerseys Are a Slam Dunk
October 24, 2018 at 1:24 pm

Now these leaked Timberwolves jerseys could be completely fake, but verifiable news sites are jumping on the bandwagon, so we think it's fair game. Between redditors and certain masters of Twitter, it seems there's a good possibility that we have an image of the Timberwolves Prince-inspired jerseys. And we think they contain just the right amount of Purple Rain. 

The Best Comments From This Wall Street Journal Op-Ed on MLB's 'Ugly Sweatshirt Crisis'
October 19, 2018 at 1:55 pm

Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal ran an op-ed taking a (presumably) tongue-in-cheek shot at Major League Baseball's playoff hoodies. These are the ones—adorned with each team's postseason slogan and logo and various MLB branding—that players wear in the dugout, because October baseball is a frigid, hellish nightmare that serves only to remind us…

Promo Apparel Lessons From Adidas' High-Quality 'The Waterboy' Anniversary Collection
October 17, 2018 at 1:10 pm

We are big fans of throwback sports promotions, and this year is majorly fueling our obsession. Over the summer, the Anaheim Ducks unveiled their throwback "Mighty Ducks"-inspired jerseys, and we thought they were incredible. Now it looks like "The Waterboy" is getting the merchandise treatment, and we are in full support.

Missouri College to Stop Wearing Nike Logo Uniforms Over Kaepernick Ad
September 7, 2018 at 12:40 pm

Kaepernick, who commenced his advocacy endeavors in 2016 by kneeling during the playing of the national anthem, has played hero to many and villain to others. Now, a small Missouri college is expressing its dissatisfaction over Kaepernick's new Nike commercial by planning “to remove all athletic uniforms purchased from Nike or that contain the Nike emblem.”...

Serena Williams Responds to French Open Catsuit Ban With a Tutu
August 29, 2018 at 11:49 am

Serena Williams has been at the center of quite a scandal this past week. Bernard Guidicelli, the president of the French Tennis Federation, made a statement that catsuits would be banned from the tournament. Williams wore a catsuit at the 2018 tournament as a preventative measure against blood clots after she had a pulmonary embolism after giving birth.