This Diode LED watch by LIP stood out to us while reading nymag.com today. It’s just so old school 70s cool. And $250 seems a fair price. Seriously, this is the type of watch Batman must wear, right? Watchismo has more pics.
Next time you slip on a t-shirt for the gym or your runners for a jog, consider the logo you’re wearing. Was there a good reason you chose that brand, or was it just something you found under the Christmas tree one year? Well Puma might gives us all a reason to reconsider our sportswear soon, as the company aims to go carbon neutral. According to AsianOne Business, Puma wants to be the first sports apparel company to become eco-friendly. How? For starters they’re ditching the old cardboard shoe boxes for a new bag/box in one that is said to use 65% less cardboard than the standard box. Check out the video above.
Tony Romo’s No.9 was the best-selling sports jersey for the past year, according to SportsScanData. The top 5 sellers were listed on Yahoo today, with half a million Romo units said to have moved from shelves in the last 12 months. Second place? Favre, Jets, #4.
Andy Roddick hit the market with a new after shave this month – Lacoste Challenge. It’s fairly inexpensive at around $50 and comes in a clever racket handle bottle. That’s what we’ve always liked about Lacoste: they never over do it. It’s just simple, sleek design all the way. Stamp the little crocodile in the corner and Bob’s your uncle.
Yankees pinstripes, the Rangers diagonal logo, New York Giants colors and the Celtics old school style: theses are Alyssa Milano’s favorite sports unis. In a recent interview with SI.com, Milano explained her penchant for classic sports designs, which will surely make her even more attractive in the eyes of male fans. She’s also a longtime Dodgers supporter, which is no surprise, given that it’s one of baseball’s best ever unis.
Vince Vaughn and wife Kyla Weber talk forechecking at a recent Blackhawks games. Or maybe Vince is deciding on hot dog toppings. Either way, you have to love the team dedication. And isn’t Kyla a Flames fan? Respect.
The Los Angeles Kings play tough hockey, as seen by their fierce checking against the Vancouver Canucks this week. But their alternate jersey isn’t exactly what you’d call tough – it’s just flat-out cool. This is the sort of design that makes NHL jerseys better than most other sports jerseys. A tribute to the Kings’ “Silver and Black Era”, it might just be why LA is skating with such gusto in this playoff series. The jersey retails for $114.99.