From PF Flyers taking you higher to the classic Converse sneakers to getting great Yankees or Jets sports memorabilia to running App trainer, Harlem World Magazine offers great sports options and practical fitness that is cool, sexy, and #harlem health!
Champion is the premium athleisure destination rooted in original and authentic design. The home of the hoodie, origin of the sweatshirt, pioneer of the Reverse Weave, Champion has always had innovation at its core. Original designs are elevated with superior craftsmanship and fresh details to become premium athleisure icons. Built on a century’s worth of heritage, Champion constantly regenerates itself for today. The signature ‘C’ is a symbol of authenticity, worn by artists, athletes and creatives worldwide. The original, heavyweight and understated line of Sweatshirts, Tee Shirts, Sweatpants and Shorts, all bearing the iconic Champion “C” logo, were introduced to a new generation of consumers proving yet again that there can be many contenders, but only one Champion.
Converse has a long tradition in America as a shoe company that primarily produces skating shoes and lifestyle brand footwear and apparel. Founded in 1908, it has been a subsidiary of Nike, Inc. since 2003. During World War II, the company shifted its manufacturing from the public and instead made footwear for the military. It was one of the few producers of athletic shoes and for over a half-century, the company dominated the American court shoe market. From the 1970s, the company lost its dominant position after other companies presented their own styles. Converse shoes are distinguished by a number of features, including the company’s star insignia, the All Star’s rubber sole, smooth rounded toe, and wrap-around strip. Converse manufactures its products under the Cons, Chuck Taylor All-Star, John Varvatos, and Jack Purcell trade names. In addition to apparel and footwear, the company sells other items through retailers in over 160 countries and through approximately 75 company-owned retail stores across the United States and employed 2,658 in the U.S. in 2015.
Lululemon is a self-described yoga-inspired athletic apparel company for women and men. The company makes a variety of types of athletic wear, including performance shirts, shorts, and pants, as well as lifestyle apparel and yoga accessories. The company was originally based in Canada but has expanded to sell its products internationally in both storefronts and online. their key competitors include Athleta, Zella, Adidas, Alo Yoga, Fabletics, Nike, and Under Armour.
MLB.com is the official site of Major League Baseball and is overseen by Major League Baseball Advanced Media, L.P. (a subsidiary of MLB). MLB.com is a source of baseball-related information, including baseball news, statistics, and sports columns. MLB.com is also a commercial site, providing online streaming video and streaming audio broadcasts of all Major League Baseball games to paying subscribers, as well as “gameday”, a near-live streaming box score of baseball games for free. In addition, MLB.com sells official baseball merchandise, allows users to buy tickets to baseball games, runs fantasy baseball leagues, and runs auctions of baseball memorabilia. In association with HB Studios, MLB.com has also developed recent R.B.I. Baseball installments.
Modell’s Sporting Goods is America’s oldest, family-owned and operated retailer of sporting goods, athletic footwear, active apparel and fan gear. They are committed to providing a convenient and compelling shopping experience for the athlete and fan in all of us. Founded in 1889 by Morris A. Modell, the first Modell’s store was located on Cortlandt Street in lower Manhattan, NYC. Four generations of the Modell family have developed the family business into a chain of over 150 stores throughout the Northeast. Modell’s Sporting Goods represents a tradition of shopping with one of the most trusted names in the business.
O’Neill Surf, sand, and your board. That’s all you really need. O’Neill clothing is tailor-made for the beach bum in all of us. Since its humble beginnings as a surf shop out of a garage, O’Neill swimwear & street clothes have always had the reputation for making waves with its core values of innovation in style and technology. They offer a surf lifestyle in the form of boardshorts, wetsuits, ladies swimwear and accessories like O’Neill backpacks, hats, stickers & more. Every item of clothing from O’Neill jackets to dresses are designed to push the limits of all board sports. For more quality swim and skatewear, check out our RVCA collection.
PF Flyers is an American brand of lifestyle shoes manufactured by New Balance. Founded in 1937, as one of the original American sneaker brands. In 1933, canvas footwear pioneer B.F. Goodrich patented the “Posture Foundation” insole, and began adding the new technology to its shoes. B.F. Goodrich shoes with Posture Foundation became known simply as “P-F” in 1937. In 1935, Canadian badminton player Jack Purcell designed a low, white-bleached badminton shoe made of canvas-and-rubber for B.F. Goodrich. By 1944, PF Flyers released their first kids collection of shoes, with the slogan, “Run Faster, Jump Higher”. In the 1940s PF Flyers expanded from gyms and ball fields to become fashionable active footwear. “Everything you do is more fun with PF” read one 1950’s magazine ad. By the 1960s, PF was one of the most popular shoes in America, they continue that tradition with new designs with American craft.
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