LeBron James returned because of it, and Kevin Love re-signed because of it: Your Cleveland Cavaliers have unfinished business.
While there was a lot to like during the 2014-2015 season—new coach David Blatt, team synergy, the Eastern Conference title—league glory eluded the Cavaliers at the final hurdle for the second time in the last 10 years. Set on fulfilling the dream of bringing the hardware home to Cleveland, the Cavaliers reunite with more fire than ever. We’re all in—are you?
Hosting the Cleveland Cavaliers, Rockers, Barons and Lumberjacks, Gund Arena was where Cleveland’s warriors went to battle. Opening in 1994 and named after former Cavs owner, Gordon Gund, the arena succeeded Richfield Coliseum as the home of the Cavs and Cleveland’s main venue for outsized entertainment.
Featuring a capacity of more than 20,000, the arena was inaugurated with a Billy Joel concert, became the site of several WWE events and had MAC fans flocking to it for bball madness. Following the sale of the Cavs in 2005, the arena was renamed Quicken Loans Arena in honor of the founder and chairman of the company (Dan Gilbert), the new Cavs majority owner.
In a city boasting a transcendent music hall of fame, world-renowned art museum, and number one nationally ranked heart center, one former resident returned to rule the roost. Welcome the king back to his Cleveland throne with this super-soft, brushed-fleece hoodie, featuring a kangaroo pocket and HOMAGE “H” embroidered at the arm. Cleveland is the city!
BELIEVELAND is the celebration of faith, the story of how fans support their teams, win or lose. And we didn’t want the lake-effect onslaught of Erie to keep ya from celebrating those Browns touchdowns with the rest of the Dawg Pound at FirstEnergy Field. Wrap your noggin up in this winter-weather essential, and get set for another season of Sunday showdowns.
Led by local hero LeBron James, the Cleveland Cavaliers made history in 2007. After a second straight regular season with 50 wins, the team closed out the Eastern Conference as the no. 2 seed and readied for back-to-back NBA playoff appearances for the first time since the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons.
A win in the Eastern Semifinals over the New Jersey Nets in six games set up a clash with the Detroit Pistons, the rival who had taken out the Cavs the year before in an excruciating Conference Semifinal loss 3-4. Down two games right out of the gates, it looked as if history was destined to repeat itself. But not so. Behind King James’ offensive dominance and defensive big men Anderson Varejão, Drew Gooden, and Zydrunas Ilgauskas, Cleveland won four straight to seal the franchise’s first NBA Finals trip.
You chanted, “Who Dey!” throughout the 2015 season, and with good reason, as your Cincinnati Bengals proved for the fifth straight year nothing could keep the Orange and Black from the playoffs. Behind quarterback Andy Dalton, the Bengals stormed to an 8-0 start. And while Dalton suffered a late-season thumb injury, Cincinnati still locked up the AFC North title and tied the franchise record for most regular season wins (12). Suit up in your stripes and show your pride for the Kings of the Queen City.
Drawing on the momentum of four straight trips to the postseason, the Cincinnati Bengals started the 2015 season poaching prey left and right and compiled a 8-0 record. The last time they opened a season with six wins—let alone eight—the team headed to the Super Bowl for the second time. Suit up and show your Cincy pride as the Bengals look to make another blockbuster playoff run.
As part of the Nasty ‘Nati legion, there’re certain rules. Like whether you’re more Gold Star or Skyline, chili-loving is a non-negotiable—as is feasting on goetta. Of course, anyone rocking the Orange and Black or donning that C is instantly family. And regardless of where you go, you never stand for someone trashing your city. From Mount Adams to Madisonville, “The Jungle” to Crosley Terrace, embrace the streets to your bones and don the hoodie as an oath that you will never change your stripes. Pay homage to the Nasty ‘Nati.
The tailgate at Longworth in the middle of December can be a cold one, but missing out on being down at Paul Brown Stadium as your Bengals clinch the postseason? That’s a surefire no-go. Keep your head in the game (and toasty!) with the finest Orange and Black winter crown the Queen City has ever seen. Who Dey!
Mason to Miami Heights, Mt. Lookout to Millvale, the 411 on the 513: simply legendary. Bordered on the south by the Ohio River, the hallowed land is home to the world’s greatest chili and ice cream while playing host to stomach-lurching rides at Kings Island. Whether you’ve gotten lost in “The Jungle,” took a day to stroll the historic Over-the-Rhine, or hit Great American Ball Park to watch the first professional baseball team continue its unrivaled legacy, rep the three digits that hold countless stories. Pay homage.
No player tore up the field as systematically as 6’6”, 280-pound offensive tackle Anthony Muñoz. Selected by the Cincinnati Bengals as the third pick in the first round of the 1980 NFL Draft, Muñoz started 182 games of the 185 he played during his 13-season tenure in the NFL (the entirety as part of the Orange and Black).
Famous for his grueling workouts, the 11-time Pro Bowler led the Bengals to both of the franchise’s two Super Bowl appearances in 1981 and 1989. Off the field, Anthony Muñoz was honored with the Walter Payton Man of the Year award for the work of his charity the Anthony Muñoz Foundation, and in 1998, he became the first Bengal to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Pay homage to #78 with this super-soft throwback-inspired tee.
15% of proceeds from the tee benefit the Anthony Muñoz Foundation, a nonprofit empowering the lives of Greater Cincinnati youth through a scholarship fund and impact programs that emphasize the importance of education and physical fitness.
Originating during the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Blue Jackets rallying cry, "We Are the 5th Line," was the brainchild of the CBJ Artillery, a group of superfans. The slogan became a hashtag that lit up Twitter and then was adopted as the identity of Blue Jackets fan base at large.
Much in the way the Seattle Seahawks have the 12th man, the metaphoric 5th line extends hockey’s standard four lines of forwards, which sub in and out throughout the game, and represents the fans whose indomitable passion and support at and beyond Nationwide Arena spurs on the Jackets. The action on the ice awaits—join the line!
When the voice of Nationwide Arena, Greg Murray, booms, “Jackets onnn the Power Play,” count on Columbus.
While the Blue Jackets’ 2014-15 season was one of the most injury-plagued in the 15-season history of the team, your stick soldiers made the most of their opportunities, leading the league in power play percentage mid-season and finishing out the season among the best teams with more than a fifth of their goals coming during those crucial minutes. Gear up for the Jackets power-play reign to continue with a crewneck ready for lamp-lighting, cannon-firing celebrations.
It’s hard not to have a big head when you’re from the heart of the heart of it all—luckily we got a cap to fit it. Home to the Buckeyes, Blue Jackets, Clippers and Crew SC, Ohio’s capital city holds plenty of reasons to take your hat off, but with a curve bill favorite this nice, we’d never ask you to do such a thing.
Like the Seattle Seahawks’ fans make up the 12th man, the Columbus Blue Jackets fans take up the 5th Line. Originating during the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs, the Blue Jackets rallying cry, “We Are the 5th Line” was the brainchild of superfans the CBJ Artillery. Whether or not the ice action is in session down at Nationwide Arena, the support of the 5th Line never ceases. Head up the 5th Line charge with this curve bill favorite.
Incorporated in 1908 and home to institutions like the Drexel Theater, Rubino’s Pizzeria and Capital University, the Columbus suburb Bexley, Ohio is the birthplace of a singular spook who strikes terror in the hearts of children worldwide: Robert Lawrence Stine.
Perhaps you know him better as R.L. Stine, creator of kid’s horror series Goosebumps. Growing up in Bexley, Stine stumbled on a typewriter in his attic at age nine and instantly channeled his shy personality into a prolific, pintsize joke writer, ascending to the helm of his high school newspaper and then Ohio State’s humor magazine, the Sundial. So when did the man known as Jovial Bob take a turn to terror town? His initial departure came in 1986 with his first young adult horror novel “Blind Date,” but, according to him, it all really started with one of his childhood favorites “Tales From The Crypt.” Flash forward to 1992 with his first Goosebumps novel, “Welcome to Dead House,” and history commenced. Pay homage to the birthplace of the world’s best-selling children’s horror author.
10% of this shirt’s proceeds benefit the Bexley Education Foundation, a nonprofit committed to educational initiatives that enhance excellence in Bexley City Schools since 1983.
It’s time to go the distance, all 26.2 miles. The rich, 35-year tradition of the Columbus Marathon will have you saying it’s worth it to all those early morning and late evening runs. From stepping foot on the hallowed ground of Ohio State’s “The ‘Shoe” to crossing the scenic Olentangy River, there’s no better way to experience the best landmarks of Discovery City. And just when you thought the route couldn’t be more perfect, we’re here to tell you it’s almost entirely flat.
Lace up those sneaks and join the nearly 20,000 runners determined to set personal bests. Don’t wait up!
With basketball buffs agreeing on countless superlatives from best shooter to best passer of all time and a résumé rife with accolades like back-to-back-to-back NBA Most Valuable Player awards, Larry Bird ranks as one of the greatest all-court players to have stepped on the hardwood.
Throughout Larry Bird’s 13 seasons with the Boston Celtics, he led the team to three NBA Championships, along the way snagging two NBA Finals MVP awards and the honor AP Athlete of the Year. Bird’s sheer presence on the court brought out the best in his entire team, providing the sensation that magic was not only likely when he was in action, it was guaranteed. Look no further than one of his 50-40-90 games or late-game rallies like the one in the final quarter of game 7 of the 1988 Eastern Conference Semifinals where he netted a cool 20 points to seal the Celtics’ series win over the Atlanta Hawks. Ultimately, what makes Bird legendary is what makes all champions so: he was most reliable when under the greatest pressure. Pay homage to a megastar among stars.
"Larry Bird just throws the ball in the air and God moves the basket underneath it," exclaimed Cleveland Cavaliers announcer Howie Chizek after Bird netted 60 points in a single game during the 1984-85 season, landing the franchise record.
A revolution six-states strong is in the air. Advancing to the MLS Cup on five occasions, your club is on a mission and won’t stop till they’re lifting the league trophy. And when they do, you’ll be there for it, as you have been since the New England Revolution kicked off the league’s debut season. From years of watching all the action, Boston’s favorite stadium will always mean fútbol—not football—to you. Regardless of what supporters group you’re a part of, the pitch is your sanctuary and Slyde is your spirit. Don the colors and continue the crusade. Glory, glory, Revolution!
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Navy and Red. It’s for lifting when your New England Revolution take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Just because you’re not in the middle of all the stadium action, doesn’t mean you have to take a day off from repping the Navy and Red. Whether you’re at your cousin’s wedding or grinding through the work week, sneak in your New England Revolution support with the ultimate athletic socks—because for you, every day is game day. Being a diehard never looked or felt so good. Glory, glory, Revolution!
If there’s one rule in LA, it’s you don’t show up without being able to put on a show. And there’s been no shortage of entertainment from your LA Galaxy. With the league's first star, an American soccer legend and an international icon all igniting the pitch and loading the highlight reel, Los Angeles has stormed to an incomparable five MLS Cups.
As Los Angeles looks to defend the MLS Cup this season with the help of a new import, it’s time to double down on the Navy Blue and Gold! Let the league know, the only way to win the Cup is through the Galaxy with the ultimate fan tee. This is LA.
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Navy Blue and Gold. It’s for lifting when your Galaxy take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this signature 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being an LA Galaxy fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Navy Blue and Gold down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Your city, your home, Los Angeles, never walk alone!
Life on the fault line is fickle, and as a fan of San Jose, you’ve met compadres Comfort and Chaos, experienced their kindness and cruelty, and through it all, been unwavering Blue and Black.
After a slow start as a charter member of MLS, your squad switched it up four seasons in, swapping club name Clash for Earthquakes, and found quick success. Building on a solid 2000 season, your Quakes sealed runs to the MLS Cup in 2001 and 2003. But on the fault line anything can happen, and you experienced devastation when your Quakes moved to Houston before the 2006 season. Because nothing in San Jose is permanent, just as soon as the Quakes left, they returned, ready for the 2008 season. Now, it’s time to shake the new stadium as your Earthquakes move forward as one, led by an utter scoring-machine. Forever Blue and Black!
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Blue and Black. It’s for brandishing when your Earthquakes take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being an Earthquakes fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Blue and Black down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Forward as one!
On the 126th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, a new fire ignited, and it’s spread wildly through the Windy City ever since. Founded in 1997, your Chicago Fire Soccer Club have been scorching the pitch from the start, winning the MLS Cup right out of the gates in their 1998 inaugural season. Ever since, soccer’s been one of the hottest tickets in town. Rep your oath to the Men in Red with this tee and pack into the stadium ready for a rekindling of your club’s winning ways. We are Red & we are White—we’ll let you fill in the rest.
The ultimate symbol of Chicago Fire Soccer Club loyalty, separating fans who simply enjoy the beautiful game from you who live for it. Make every day game day, and wear your allegiance to the Red around your neck and down across your heart with this 59” x 7” signature scarf. Come on, you Men in Red!
Just because you’re not in the middle of the stadium action, doesn’t mean you have to take a day off from repping the Red. Whether you’re at your cousin’s wedding or grinding through the work week, show your Chicago Fire Soccer Club support with the ultimate athletic socks—because for you, every day is game day. Being a diehard never looked or felt so good. Don’t stop living in the Red!
As the home of Al Capone and John Dillinger, among other ne'er-do-wells, nobody can accuse the Windy City of being soft. And anyone who’s survived a Chicago winter can attest to that. So it seems fitting that former alderman Michael “Hinky Dink” Kenna’s famous words—“Chicago ain’t no sissy town”—take the place of honor on our super-soft Chi-town favorite.
With only an elementary-school education and a tenure of slinging newspapers on the streets, Kenna was elected alderman and fell in love with the power lifestyle. So much so he was determined to keep it by any means necessary, hence the saloon he owned on Clark Street where he exchanged meals for district votes and which became a haven for pimps, prostitutes, gamblers and gangsters. Although Kenna died seventy years ago, his reputation for toughness, grit and pure determination is alive and well throughout Chicago.
In the 1970s, Detroit residents launched a campaign to improve the city’s image, and “Say Nice Things About Detroit” began appearing on billboards, buttons, and bumper stickers. Go ahead—say nice things!
Tiger Stadium, situated at the corner of Michigan and Trumbull, was the Michigan capital of baseball for nearly a century, opening the same day as Boston’s Fenway Park in 1912. The compact construction of the stadium ignited regular home-run tears and rousing crackerjack action. And as Tiger Stadium became designated as the home plate for Detroit entertainment, the stadium swelled to more than double its initial capacity.
For 87 years the Tigers called "The Corner" home, winning six American League pennants and four World Series championships there. Before the team moved into the more spacious Comerica Park in 2000, a farewell ceremony at Tiger Stadium ended with one last banner draped across the famous right-centerfield overhang: “Today, there is crying in baseball. So long, old friend.” Pay homage.
With some of our nation’s best beaches located on the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, it’s time you think of rolling up North instead of heading to Cali’s ‘Bu. And Brooklyn, you’re officially on notice as well: the hippest scenesters (and lowest rents) are in Motor City Detroit. The nearly 100,000 square miles of the “Mitten” make up America’s best-kept secret, but don’t let that stop you from broadcasting it to the world with our super-soft tee. Go ahead and soak in that Upper Peninsula air, and say yes to Michigan. Pay homage.
Your Kings of Queens, the New York Mets, advanced to the World Series for the first time in fifteen years when they made quick work of the Cubs in a 4-0 National League Championship sweep, brushing aside the much-hyped, “Back to the Future Part II” prediction that the beloved yet cursed Cubbies would finally win the World Series in 2015.
With aces on the mound, New York’s men of October had already put together a record-setting season before the month, taking the NL East Division behind a streak of eleven straight wins, ten coming at homestand Citi Field—a feat featuring two franchise firsts. But once the postseason hit it seemed the Mets picked up a new player: Mr. Daniel Murphy, who flipped an awe-striking, ball-slugging switch and homered in six straight postseasons games, the first player to ever do so. What’s more, Murphy’s never even taken part in a postseason, nor hit homers in six consecutive games in his entire eight-season career. In fact, previously no Mets player had ever hit home runs in six consecutive games.
Suit up as your King of Queens and the best postseason hitter in league history continue to rule the diamond.
As a charter member of the league, your club has been around the block, wrestled rivals D.C. United and the New England Revolution, advanced to the MLS Cup final and won international cups. But now, with a new club encroaching on your territory, it’s time to show everyone how New York runs, Red Bull-style. Stand out amongst the stadium and travel proud in the ultimate New York Red Bulls fan tee. As long as you’re breathing, make every day game day.
The ultimate symbol of club loyalty, separating fans who simply enjoy the beautiful game from you who live for it. Make every day game day, and wear your allegiance to the Red and Blue around your neck and down across your heart with this signature 59” x 7” scarf. Live the colors.
You don’t have to be on the pitch for your feet to draw a crowd. Complete your kit with athletic socks made for fans who live the Red and Blue every day. And while we can’t promise they’ll give you the fancy footwork of Red Bull legends, we can guarantee that with them on, you won’t need such skills to impress the stadium. Run with your club.
It’s never easy being the new kid, but the city that never sleeps has fielded quite the future contender club. The introduction of New York City FC, the 20th league member, was rough and tumble, which you were ready for, but now with your squad settled in, they’re charging toward the playoffs during this, their debut season. And with hallowed grounds as their home, your club is in the perfect place to carry on excellence. The sky’s the limit for your Sky Blue crew.
Get set for a storied tradition with a new tee for your new club. Blue and White, Bronx all the way down to Battery—NYC, Olé, Olé!
The ultimate symbol of club loyalty, separating fans who simply enjoy the beautiful game from you who live for it. Make every day game day, and wear your Sky Blue allegiance around your neck and down across your heart with this 59” x 7” fan favorite. Five boroughs, one city.
You petitioned for a club, you got it. You demanded the ultimate fan shirt, now you got that too.
After an unrelenting campaign for a Philly club, your Union’s inaugural home opener win in 2010 drew nearly 35,000 fans—who knew the city of brotherly love was actually the city of soccer love? You, of course. Whether you’re part of the supporters groups or a rogue diehard, awake the spirits of our forefathers and live the colors in this instant-classic tee.
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the Navy and Gold. It’s for hoisting in solidarity when your Philadelphia Union take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Just because you’re not in the middle of all the stadium action, doesn’t mean you have to take a day off from repping the Navy and Gold. Whether you’re at your cousin’s wedding or grinding through the work week, show your Philadelphia Union support and make every day game day with the ultimate athletic socks. Being a diehard never looked or felt so good. Part of the Union ‘til the day you die!
Fresh off a trip to the NBA Finals (where they lost to the Lakers in five games), the Philadelphia 76ers’ 2001-02 season was plagued by injuries and the team sneaked into the playoffs at 43-39. After Philly bowed to Boston in the first round, coach Larry Brown criticized star point guard Allen Iverson (who averaged 31.4 points per game and earned his second scoring title) for missing team practices. The rest, as they say, is history.
Because Steel City doesn’t flinch in the face of frigid conditions. Whether you’re headed to Heinz Field, the CONSOL Energy Center, or out to Frick Park, rep your Black and Gold pride with the warmest, softest marvel your dome will ever meet. Your move, winter.
Yinz got your heads in the right place with this curve bill favorite featuring the vernacular trademark of Pittsburgh. A 200-year evolution of “you ones,” “yinz” rings a sound more mellifluous than its southern partner, y’all, and more charming than any standard second-person plural pronoun we’ve come across. Rep your heritage, and keep spreading the good word with this beaut.
Forget Steel City, Pittsburgh is the City of Champions. With the Pirates and the Steelers combining for six league titles throughout the 1970s, ya good ole ‘Burgh quickly shed its Steel City nickname for the City of Champs. The Black and Gold winning ways set the standard for what was to come. In 2009, Pittsburgh became the only city to hold both the Vince Lombardi Trophy and the Stanley Cup at the same time, earning the city its 15th and 16th championships among its major league teams. Break out your Terrible Towel and don this super-soft tee as your city adds to the tally. Black and Gold forever!
Few moments in recent memory compare to the luv ya experienced for ya Black and Gold after Super Bowl XLIII.
Following a 64-yard reception by Larry Fitzgerald late in the fourth quarter, your Steelers were down to the Arizona Cardinals for the first time all game and looking for magic. With just 2:37 on the clock and facing a 20-23 deficit, Ben Roethlisberger and the rest of Steeler Nation had their sights sets on the end zone, even if it was 78 yards away. The drive began with receptions from Santonio Holmes and Nate Washington before a blockbuster 40-yard catch from Holmes gave your Black and Gold first and goal. On third down, Big Ben and Holmes connected yet again—this time, in the end zone and with 35 seconds to spare. An extra point later, the 27-23 win was sealed and your Steelers became the winningest team in Super Bowl history, eclipsing the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers. Gear up for another standout season of Sundays down at Heinz Field.
At the convergence of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers lies the land of Black and Gold. Originally Fort Duquesne, a French trading post, it was seized by the British in 1758 during the Seven Years’ War and at once renamed to honor William Pitt, “the greatest British statesman of the 18th century.” From a trading post to a metropolis built by steel, the City of Champions is home to the Penguins, Pirates, Steelers and more than 15 league titles. Whether you’re more North Side or South Hills, West End or East, pay homage to 58 of the finest square miles in the US with this classic tee.
South of the Mason-Dixon, it’s y’all. But in Steel City, it’s yinz—and don’t yinz forget it. The not-so-little ‘Burgh on the Ohio River has a rich history of Scots-Irish immigration, the source of the second-person plural term.
Evolving from the area’s 1800s “you ones,” yinz nowadays is more popular than ever thanks to a new generation spreading the trademark of Pittsburgh pride beyond the region. So keep it real, Steelers, and honor your eternal stomping grounds with this super-soft staple.
Good things come to those who wait. After looking forward to joining the MLS for more than 10 years, your Seattle Sounders FC have taken the league by storm since their 2009 debut. And with the club drawing on a professional soccer heritage dating back to 1974, were you really surprised? Continue the boom-boom-clap as your club keeps up its flawless record of reaching the postseason.
The March to the Match, the Sound Wave playing as you enter the stadium fervor, being surrounded by 30,000+ family members—is there anything better? Live. The. Colors.
The ultimate symbol of club loyalty, separating fans who simply enjoy the beautiful game from you who live for it. Wear your Sounder Blue and Rave Green passion around your neck and down across your heart with this 59” x 7” signature scarf. Boom, boom, clap!
Just because you’re not in the middle of all the stadium action, doesn’t mean you have to take a day off from repping the Sounder Blue and Rave Green. Whether you’re at your cousin’s wedding or grinding through the work week, sneak in your Seattle support with the ultimate athletic socks—because for you, every day is game day. Being a diehard never looked or felt so good. Olé, Olé, Seattle Sounders FC, here we go!
For over two decades, Seattle’s Kingdome (officially King County Multipurpose Domed Stadium) served as the home for the Emerald City’s major sports teams—the Seahawks, Mariners, Sonics, and Sounders all called the dome home at some point from its opening in 1976 to its closing and demolition in 2000. The Dome also played host to three NCAA Final Fours, as well as concerts by Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and the Who.
In some ways, Barry Switzer and Brian Bosworth were made for each other. The Oklahoma coach and the linebacker he recruited to play for him were both outsized personalities who delighted in thumbing their noses at the establishment. And in their three seasons together (1984-86), the unique father-son dynamic resulted in 31 wins and two Orange Bowl victories, including a national championship, as Bosworth was awarded the first two Butkus Awards.
But Bosworth's alter ego—"The Boz"—was taking over. Eventually, he went on a downward spiral and became known as an NFL bust. In "Brian and The Boz," part of ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary film series, the dual identities of Brian Bosworth are examined as he looks back on his life and passes on the lessons he's learned to his son.
No longer the new comer, your Montréal Impact are rewriting the club’s long-standing city history since kicking off play in 2012 as Major League Soccer’s 19th member.
Adding a number of titles to the trophy case in their first few MLS seasons, your Impact have already become known league-wide for bringing the best to the pitch and for being a force in international play. Whether you’re part of a supporters group or a rogue diehard, rep the oath of your colors with this classic tee touting the words you recite in your sleep: Tous Pour Gagner. MONTRÉAL, ALLEZ, ALLEZ!
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the colors of Blue, Black and Silver. It’s for brandishing when your Montréal Impact take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this signature 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
Being a Montréal Impact fan doesn't stop after the game, just like the kit doesn’t end at the knees. Make every day game day, and rep your oath to the Blue, Black and Silver down to your toes with the ultimate athletic socks. Tous. Pour. Gagner.
The maiden Canadian club in the MLS, your Toronto FC commands one of the strongest fan bases out there, proving the border certainly doesn’t demark the end of soccer mania. But you know that. Since the club took the pitch in 2007, you’ve watched the Red, Black and Gray build its roster, and clean up Canadian trophies. With Toronto FC poised to make their playoff debut this season, gear up and continue to make every day game day with a tee ready for the action. Oh when the Reds go marching in!
This is not merely a scarf. This is a testament to your dedication, an emblem of your enduring oath to the Red, Black and Gray. It’s for brandishing when your Toronto FC take the pitch and for clutching after game-winning goals in stoppage time. Carry on the honor, the passion and the glory with this signature 59” x 7” fan staple. Live the colors.
You don’t have to be on the stadium’s pitch for your feet to draw a crowd. Complete your kit with athletic socks made for fans who live the Red, Black and Gray every day. And while we can’t promise they’ll give you the fancy footwork of Toronto FC legends, we can guarantee that with them on, you won’t need such skills to impress the stadium. Forever we love you so, T-O!
Tasked by President James Madison with procuring well-known surgeon Dr. William Beanes from British forces after he was captured during the Battle of Bladensburg, lawyer and amateur poet Francis Scott Key entered enemy territory, boarding the British ship Tonnant during the Battle of Baltimore to argue for Beanes’ release.
While Key was successful, the Brits refused to release him, Beanes and another American lawyer from supervision until the Battle of Baltimore finished, as they feared the three had insider insight to their tactics. Watching what Key described as, “[M]other earth…vomiting shot and shell in a sheet of fire and brimstone," he was certain the British’s superior military forces were destroying Baltimore’s Fort McHenry. But as the sun rose on September 14, 1814, Key saw the American flag hoisted above the fort, signaling victory, and he immediately began penning what would become “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Whether you’re living it up in New England, exploring the reaches of the North, settling the Wild Wild West, raising a ruckus down South, or unwinding in the Heartland, this cross-country pleaser stands out in any setting. Celebrate the Land of the Free, Home of the Brave in style!
With this all-American, super-soft tank top, it’s time to give your wings some air and take flight like the, “bird with bad moral character”—good ol’ Benjamin Franklin’s words on the bald eagle, not ours. We’re rather taken by America’s national bird and its fearless, regal form as it swoops through the infinite sky.
Anyway, if it’s not too on the nose—or beak—sky’s the limit on the good times to be had this summer. Reach the peak in style.
Because we know you’d never lose that lovin’ feelin’ for the 1986 iconic film—or stop finding ways to work in a quote or two from it each day. With this high-flying tee, now you don’t have to work so hard to show your penchant for rewatching Maverick, Goose and all the best of the best. Lock in on this target and pay homage to the film that made us feel the need…the need for speed.
While the chant’s origins are debated—did it stem from fans of the Naval Academy? Utah State? San Diego State?—over the past few years “I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN” has become nearly as ubiquitous a soccer cheer as “Seven Nation Army.”
Show your American pride all summer long in this super-soft, lightweight racerback tank top and proudly declare your belief that the U.S. will win their third FIFA Women’s World Cup, breaking the tie for most wins in history!
While the chant’s origins are debated—did it stem from fans of the Naval Academy? Utah State? San Diego State?—over the past few years “I BELIEVE THAT WE WILL WIN” has become nearly as ubiquitous a soccer cheer as “Seven Nation Army.”
Show your American pride this summer while proudly declaring your belief that the U.S. will win their third FIFA Women’s World Cup and break the tie for most wins in history!