Throughout this month, 10 college football teams will take the field wearing Nike “Pro-Combat” Uniforms. Nike debuted some of the new uniforms and equipment during games last weekend, and will roll out the remainder of the teams’ looks during rival games in the coming weeks.
Many have referred to these Combat Jerseys as the “the next generation” in jerseys because of their futuristic look. The uniforms were also created to be much lighter, so players can wear more padding without feeling weighed down. And in addition to the new gear, Nike has also created slogans for each of the teams, which will appear on specialty tees.
Here’s a complete list of the 10 participating teams and their slogans:
Miami: “The U Knows”
TCU: “Don’t Back Down”
Virginia Tech: “Good Guys Wear White”
Oklahoma: “Stake Our Claim”
Ohio State: “Earned”
Florida: “Finish … Read More »
Though they fell a bit short in their quest for the baseball championship, the 2009 AL Central champs, the Minnesota Twins, have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming 2010 season.
The team will celebrate its 50th season with new uniforms, a new logo and even a new ballpark. The uniforms, which were unveiled earlier this week, will be worn during the Twin’s inaugural season at Target Field. According to the team’s press release, here’s the lowdown on their new and improved look:
Primary Logo: The team will have a new logo incorporating the new “Twins” script and the words “Minnesota Twins Baseball Club”
The 50th Season Logo will be displayed on 2010 road jerseys and on the home throwback jersey
Primary Home Uniform: The “Twins” script has been slightly altered and updated for 2010 and beyond
Secondary Throwback Uniform: Twins players will wear a circa … Read More »
Every fan remembers great moments in sports: Brandi Chastain’s World Cup winning penalty kick in 1999, Kirk Gibson’s walk-off homerun in 1988 or Michael Jordan’s buzzer-beater over Craig Ehlo in 1989. Just to name a few. Now you can keep your favorite memories close, and wear a piece of the action.
GameWear is a company founded by two college baseball players who experimented with a torn up baseball. After turning the seams into neckpieces and sharing with teammates and friends, they took fan gear to a whole new level.
Today their company allows you to “Wear the Game” on your wrist. Or around your neck. Covering everything from the NBA and the NHL to MLS and NCAA, this unique brand makes its products from the same material used for baseballs, footballs, basketballs and even hockey pucks, to keep you close to your favorite sport, team or player. … Read More »
Many know New York Rangers left wing, Sean Avery, for his skills on the ice. Others know him for his keen fashion sense. The hockey star spent a summer off-season as an intern for Vogue magazine and recently worked with men’s fashion label, Commonwealth Utilities, to present a line during NYC Fashion Week. And now he’s taken up a new hobby: designing houses. Well, kind of.
Avery is among the fashion designers, sports stars, and other VIPs, who have decorated paper mache houses for Women in Need (WIN), a charity that provides “housing, help and hope to homeless families.” In keeping with the theme of “Home for the Holidays,” Sean has collaborated with Parsons The School for Design to create a one-of-a-kind decorative house to be auctioned off at charitybuzz.com. You can bid on Avery’s house thru November 30th and … Read More »
As an integral member of the U.S. National Soccer Team, Jozy Altidore helped the squad qualify for the upcoming 2010 World Cup in South Africa. This 19-year old striker was the youngest U.S. player to score in the Major League Soccer (MLS) play-offs, in his first international game and in a World Cup Qualifier. He is also the youngest U.S. player to record a hat trick. Jozy was part of the team at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and he has recently been loaned to the Hull City team of the English Premier League (from the Villarreal team of the Spanish Primera Division and the U.S. National Team) for the 2009/2010 season.
Once a New York City resident, Jozy has admitted that he loves the city’s … Read More »
Serena Williams was honored as one of the “Glamour Magazine 2009 Women of the Year,” in a ceremony held at Carnegie Hall. Glamour recognized a variety of funny, brave, courageous and strong women, and Serena was among these 11 lovely ladies.
Tyra Banks presented the award to Serena, who also addressed the young women in the crowd explaining, “You can do whatever you want to do. The most important belief is self-belief.” [Glamour]
And the tennis champ looked gorgeous in a red hot, one-shoulder Grecian gown from designer, Pamela Rowland. Her new ‘do and head-to-toe jewels were the perfect compliment to what Glam Gal believes is one of her very best looks.
You can pick up a copy of Glamour’s Women of the Year issue on stands now.
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Underarmour, a company best known for it’s form-fitting performance apparel, has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization providing programs and support for injured service men and their families. The two have also teamed up with the University of South Carolina and the University of Maryland football teams, to honor and recognize the services of those in the Armed Forces.
On Saturday, November 14th, the Gamecocks and Terps will wear specially designed black camoflague uniforms, featuring the Wounded Warrior Project logo, in their games against the Florida Gators and Virginia Tech Hokies respectively. The uniforms will also feature an amazing tribute, as the words Duty, Honor, Courage, Commitment, Integrity, Country, and Service will replace the players’ last names on the back of each jersey.
Special fan gear will also be available at college bookstores, local military bases and … Read More »
Nike has recently debuted the Nike Air Native N7, a performance shoe designed for Native Americans. After much research and development, the shoe was created to address specific width and fit requirements for the Native American foot and the shoe’s design is also inspired by Native American culture.
To further support Nike’s commitment to the Native American community, profits from the sale of the Nike Air Native N7 will support “Let Me Play” programs on Native American lands, that leverage sports to promote an active and healthy lifestyle.
The Nike Air Native N7 will only be available through Nike’s Native Business Program as an additional way for Native American communities to provide Nike products to their members through health promotion and disease prevention programs.
Nike has also just … Read More »
Paula Creamer is currently one of the top five female golfers in the world. In only four seasons as a professional on the U.S. Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour, Creamer has won 10 tournaments, including eight LPGA Tour events. She was named LPGA Rookie Of The Year in 2005 and has been ranked in the top 10 of the Women’s World Golf Rankings since they were introduced in February 2006. With such an accomplished career thus far, it’s hard to believe this rising star is only 23-years old.
Paula is known as much for her skills on the green as for her love of pink. Nicknamed the “Pink Panther,” Creamer always sports pink apparel when she tees-off. And that’s not all. Her golf clubs have pink grips, she uses a Pink Panther club head holder, carries a pink golf bag and alwaysmuses a pink … Read More »
26 has just turned 27 (and coincidently Glam Gal isn’t far behind). Congratulations to the New York Yankees on their 27th World Series Title! The Yankees defeated the Philadelphia Phillies in six games, to become the new World Champions of baseball.
Glam Gal was in Times Square to witness the final 6 outs and oh what a celebration it was. Click on the link below for some video footage of the scene as New Yorkers rejoiced, after waiting nine long years for another World Series title.
If you are looking to stock up on your Yankees World Series champions gear, you can find that here.
But what about the Phillies? You might have seen the Macy’s ad in the Philadelphia Inquirer, … Read More »