With a sleek design inspired by the repetitive patterns of Japanese umbrellas, Mizuno’s hot looking Wave Paradox provides stiff stability and lightweight performance, all in one shoe. Now there’s no excuse not to go make a new PR.
The Jordan brand tips its hat to the New York Yankees’ Derek Jeter, who is playing on his 20th and final season. Watch as fans, teammates, celebrities and even rivals honor one of the greatest players of this generation.
OGIO’s intelligent Silencer stand bag separates clubs in a protective membrane so you can extend your gear life and walk the course enjoying nature’s sounds instead of all that clanging. Lightweight and lots of pockets too.
DV8 Sports’ interchangeable system uses up to 14 club heads and two shafts, all of which fit in a backpack. The performance of the clubs supposedly have “no statistically significant difference” to that of traditional clubs.
In its latest episode, Last Week Tonight reminded us that the beautiful game is governed by a “comically grotesque” organization. If you think EA sucks, wait ’til you hear about FIFA – the 2 Girls, 1 Cup of non-profits.
When skilled robots make soccer’s stars obsolete and the sport boring, Il Fenomeno rallies his successors. This animated short is the soccer equivalent of Space Jam. We wouldn’t entrust the future of the sport to Tim Howard though.
Pop Chart Lab picked an all-star roster of 165 basketball jerseys from 1921 to the present for this poster. Most of them are from the NBA, with cameos from the Globetrotters and basketball movies. Death to sleeved jerseys!