Check out the All-Star editions of (from top) Gonzales, Morales and Angel's soccer boots!
Basketball superstars sporting souped-up versions of their signature sneakers has pretty much become an NBA's All-Star Weekend tradition (one that's way more exciting than the eventformerlyknownastheSlamDunkContest, imo).
But if three of Major League Soccer's big-time players have their way, customized kicks will soon become a major part of MLS' All-Star festivities as well.
Javier Morales of Real Salt Lake, Juan Pablo Angel of the New York Red Bulls and Omar Gonzalez of the LA Galaxy will each be wearing modified models of their Adidas soccer boots during the 2010 MLS All-Star game, which takes place tomorrow night in Houston. The boots will boast all-new colorways, as well as the initials and numbers for each player...More »
Reebok realllllly likes assigning metaphors to their running sneakers all of a sudden.
"GearHead, why does the RunTone bring sand to the streets," you may be asking...More »
Samsung's new Android phone is so loaded with quality features it's almost silly.
Kindle e-reader? Slacker radio? MobiTV (which allows you to watch live television on your phone)? Already on the phone before you perform your first download.
But... as cool as those features are... there's one pre-load in particular that pushes this smartphone into "put it on your Christmas/Birthday wish list now" territory...More »
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After you're done soaking up all the Jordan'y goodness (Carolina-blue gummy soles? Sold!) -- or if you've already seen these -- you should sit down, because I've got some good news and some not-so-good-news...More »
When you play your college football in the same conference as Tim Tebow, it can be pretty tough to get the attention you deserve – even if you pick off the Heisman Trophy winner and return it 96 yards for a touchdown.
Make no mistake about it: former Tennessee Volunteers’ safety Eric Berry is the real deal.
In 2009, he was a unanimous All-America and won the Jim Thorpe Award, which goes to the nation’s top defensive back. Considered by many to be the top defensive back in last April’s NFL Draft, Berry was selected fifth overall by the Kansas City Chiefs. And there is little doubt Berry will have an immediate impact in K.C.
SIKIDS.com had a chance to catch up with the sensational safety at photo shoot for the new Adidas Scorch adiZero football cleat (Berry will sport the new shoe as he strikes fear into opposing wide receivers this season). Berry talked about everything from his college experience to his expectations for the NFL….More »
This post's for all you surfers.
And for everyone else out there like me... aka, people that can't surf a lick but still enjoy styling and profiling while trying...More »
There’s no busier time in professional tennis than the summer months. Between Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and World Team Tennis, it’s the most important time for players to train and compete.
That isn’t stopping tennis star Andy Roddick from giving back to the community.
This past weekend, the top-ranked American men’s player traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska to run a tennis clinic for athletes competing in the 2010 Special Olympics.
SIKIDS.com had a chance to catch up with Roddick before he took to the court. Check out what he had to say…