Let’s get one thing out of the way first: If you’re taking sartorial advice from the likes of Kevin James or Adam Sandler, you have a big, big problem. These guys are showing up to movie premieres in T-shirts and flip flops, and The Cut says it signals that we’ve hit a schlubby period in fashion. Have some…
Peyton Manning broke the NFL touchdown pass record tonight, and we get this. What is this shit? This isn't clever! Someone just figured out that a "1" and "I" are similar enough, and didn't care about the rest. Manning made HIBTORY tonight. Cool.
Whatever the planned apparel for tonight's Clippers game at Staples Center, these shirts probably aren't part of it. But you can still pick one up outside of the arena (while supplies last). Entrepreneurship is alive and well.
On the right, we have the famous photo of Johnny Manziel partying with some ladies while on spring break. On the left, we have Drake hitting the town on Super Bowl Sunday in a shirt that everyone in College Station is now desperate for an opportunity to purchase.
The thing with talking about (let alone selling merchandise hyping) a 40-0 season is that perfect seasons very rarely work out. It's exceedingly more likely that you'll lose, then everyone will point out the fact that you sold t-shirts, and you'll become a punchline. Like those shirts over there!
As we've discussed before, there is something truly endearing about Joe Flacco's willingness to present himself as the most boring man in the NFL. And if you don't think he's embraced his bland persona, please look upon the shirts pictured above, which are now available for purchase at JoeFlacco5.com.
No! Bad shirt! Bad shirt.
Reddit user shreaderman posted this photo of Jarron Collins, brother of Jason Collins, who came out last month. Being identical twins, he now gets mistaken for his more famous brother, which can be a hassle when trying to get through airport security, or when he just wants to go out without getting hit on. (Jarron is…
If this is meant in an existential sense, then yes, Eric Gryba will die someday, as will we all.
This amazing picture comes to us courtesy of the Wall Street Journal's Chris Herring. That's Knicks head coach Mike Woodson wearing a shirt that bears his own stoic visage above the word "Coach." It's so simple yet so hilarious, and it's the best wardrobe decision that any NBA coach has ever made.
We asked you to point us in the direction of some cool sports shirts, and you did not disappoint. Here's what to buy people who like sports and shirts for Christmas.
Buying apparel for the sports fan is a slippery slope. You know they want to show loyalty to their team, but wearing a jersey outside the stadium or sports bar isn't acceptable once they're 18. We've put together some options that manage to ooze fandom and class.