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There are countless methodologies for filling out your bracket. Why not skip the stats and base your choices on which team’s mascot is most convincing with a martini in his, her, or its hand? We made our NCAA tournament picks this year on the grounds of each mascot’s style and grooming, and we couldn’t have scripted the Cinderella story that unfolded if we’d tried.
As a tribute to Nerlens Noel’s high-top fade, we present the best college basketball cuts of all-time. From military-style buzzes to shaggy mop-tops, these guys’ coiffures are the stuff of NCAA legend.
We asked you how you planned to #gothedistance in your college basketball brackets. You responded. Here are some of the best—and funniest—pieces of advice we got.
Those keg-tapping, face-painting college days are (most likely) well behind you. While this doesn’t exclude you from getting in on the hoops action, it does mean enjoying it like an adult. Here’s our 5-step play for adding some sophistication to this year’s tournament.
Bracketology is serious business. We asked Brooklyn Nets announcer and basketball fanatic David Diamante for tips on how to win your office pool.
Clean up like a champion with this all-star roster of our favorite sports songs.
Some recent epic free throw fails—the Appalachian State center’s shot that fell 10 feet short and the Georgia College guard who got a finger caught in her nose—have inspired us to return to the fundamentals. We believe the textbook free throw is a skill every guy should have. Here’s how it’s done.
Known as “the man with the golden voice,” David Diamante is the official announcer for the Barclays Center and the Brooklyn Nets as well as a fixture in primetime boxing. Here the charismatic court man talks boxing, the benefits of custom suiting, and how a love of cigars led him to open a lounge in his native Brooklyn.
The sports pundits can talk passer ratings and completion percentages until they’re blue in the face. Here’s the real question come Super Bowl Sunday: Which QB’s style is superior? Birchbox Man investigates.