In a world full of flashy cleats everywhere you look, Nike has done everyone a favor and released some very, very elegant boots. Black is the new black after all. Don't get me wrong, the new Adidas Nemiziz have everyone swooning at the moment.
Images of Barcelona’s leaked 2017-18 home kit first began appearing in December of 2016. The jerseys, which will feature their new sponsor Rakuten for the first time, originally looked like all hell — like a printer trying to align its ink cartridges and failing.
Replica da possível camisa do Barça para temporada 2017/18. pic.twitter.com/kJ3XEDQt9E
We recently had a debate here at The18 about the best soccer commercials of all time. Of course, this isn't the first time we've tackled the subject. Early in 2017, we took a look at some of our favorite soccer commercials from the past year.
Sunday is a highly anticipated day for sneakerheads as it marks Air Max Day 2017. The Nike Air Max line of shoes was first released in 1987, and their instantly recognizable aesthetic with a large air cushioning unit and bold colorways quickly made them popular throughout the world.
In anticipation of Air Max Day, Nike have released some Air Max inspired overhauls to their Magista, Mercurial, Hypervenom and Tiempo boots.
Well folks, Nike really went all in on their latest jerseys for the U.S. Men’s and Women’s national teams. Now that Jurgen Klinsmann and his hatred for the color red is out the picture, the U.S. will rock their “Red to Toe” uniforms. Cool! Expect for the fact that three teams have already sported these same exact jerseys. See for yourself:
One of the most beautiful things about soccer, particularly from an American perspective, is the absence of being bombarded by advertisements for a duration as long as the game itself. But when commercials are done right, they can become synonymous with the event and sometimes even more memorable.
Here are five commercials that made us laugh, marvel and feel inspired over the course of the last year.