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Warriors unveil Chinese New Year jerseys (PHOTOS)

The Warriors have unveiled a special Chinese New Year jersey that the team will debut on Friday, February 20 when they play the San Antonio Spurs at Oracle Arena. 327 more words

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NHL’s Stars at Night are Big and Bright

Generally speaking, the All-Star game is usually the ideal place for teams and companies to try out new looks and potential jersey designs. In fact, the 1997 ASG jersey became the eventual template for the Dallas Stars the following season. 318 more words

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Uniforms that fit

I am a small person, but I think I’ve probably made that pretty clear in the past. There are, of course, the normal challenges that come with being smaller in the fire service, but for the most part I figure out a way of overcoming my size. 439 more words

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Otomix Opens in Henderson, NV Just 10 Minutes from Las Vegas Airport!

Owner and founder of Otomix, Mitchell Bobrow opens new showroom and store in Henderson, NV. Otomix still maintains a manufacturing facility in Los Angeles. The new Otomix showroom carries the complete Otomix Brand. 21 more words

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Sugar Bowl Uniform for Alabama Crimson Tide

My #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide have their College Football Playoff semifinal against the Ohio State Buckeyes coming up next week in New Orleans, so here is a quick reminder about what they will be wearing on January 1st. 108 more words

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All the Kings’ Men

 

The LA Kings unveiled their Stadium Series jersey last week and it’s pretty similar to the San Jose versions: two-tone jersey with a stripe in the middle; elongated numbers on the back and sleeves. 154 more words

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Uniform Supplier Partnership Between Nike and University of Miami May End Soon

The University of Miami may be ending its 26-year partnership with sportswear giant Nike as being the official uniform supplier of the Hurricanes. The current contract between the two parties is set to expire on August 31, 2015, and the University of Miami has yet to renew the contract. 61 more words

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