The San Antonio Spurs just recently released this image of the jerseys they will wear as a salute to the Armed Forces. They will wear the jerseys on November 13th, and again on February 28th. A lot of people are saying the jerseys are ugly, but I honestly like them a lot.
It was a joyous night when the first regular season game kicked off last night, but it soon turned to tragedy when the Cowboys somehow won the game. Anyways, here’s a look at the creative process behind Nike’s new NFL Limited Jersey. I’m trying to decide which player to get from the Chiefs, McCluster or Berry?
If you haven’t heard, the NFL is ditching Reebok, and moving to the almighty brand known as Nike. Yesterday, they had a big launch event featuring what they will have to offer for the upcoming season. On April 27th the gear will start to become available, so keep an eye out.
Nike just released a new line of jerseys for select NCAA basketball teams. The jerseys are made to not only provide optimal efficiency of movement, but they are made from mostly recycled materials. You should see these being worn starting on the 29th of January, and they’ll be used at select times throughout the rest of the season.
Last night’s win for Maryland was not nearly exciting as the talks about their new jerseys. The way that game ended was pretty damn sick though. This is a question I pretty much know the answer to, but I feel like I still need to know. You guys feeling these new uniforms?
This past weekend the defending National Champs took a trip to Canada for a 3 game exhibition. The Jayhawks revealed their new jersey’s during their trip and they are looking nice. The only pictures we could find of the new uniforms were from the tournament so they are not great but you can get a pretty good idea of what they look like. They resemble last years jersey’s but the new ones look more refined. I’m loving the red ones. Besides the new uniforms looking off the chain, the Jayhawks game was also looking good. We will throw up some better pictures as soon as they are made available. Pictures courtesy of KUsports.