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  • Nike Sneakerboots for Fall 2013

    Bringing more to those who want to up their sneaker game between seasons, the Nike SneakerBoot collection elevates classic Nike sneakers for cool-weather performance. Added height, traction, and weatherproofing evolve icons for lightweight functionality and rugged resistance to the elements. The SneakerBoot Collection will be available beginning in early October. Follow @nikesportswear on Twitter for more details related to release timing.

  • Maryland’s Uniforms Never Disappoint

    University of Maryland in true University of Maryland form has to attempt to out do every other team in college football. With all the hoopla surrounding College Football Uniforms these days, Under Armour’s baby has to be front and center. We’re used to seeing the Terps rock some crazy uniforms, but now they’re hand crafting these individually painted helmets. We get it Maryland. You want to be Oregon.

  • Top 20 Guitarists Who Aren’t Named Hendrix, Beck, Page, or Clapton.

    Since the 1960’s, there has been much ado about guitarists such as those in the “Yardbirds triumvirate”—Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. And, there has been even more acclaim surrounding the now-mythical guitar hero, Jimi Hendrix. However, the world of music is one of vast expanses. Hence, several musicians haven’t been given their due credit from the world of “mainstream” music—the world of Rollingstone, MTV—when the station actually covered music, and other widely viewed media. The famous musician, Frank Zappa once said, “Most people wouldn’t know good music if it came up and bit them in the ass.” As such, some phenomenal guitar players who seem to suffer from Rodney Dangerfield syndrome are, in no particular order:

  • Behind The Scenes of Melissa Bolona’s NFL Shoot For RSVLTS Magazine [Supercut Compilation]

    This week RSVLTS.com has been dominated by news of our newly released magazine, available now on iTunes and our NFL photoshoot with the new face of Beach Bunny swimwear Melissa Bolona (See below). Our story yesterday revealing behind the scenes photos from the shoot is burning up the web so today we decided to cut together a video. Everyone loves a look behind the scenes so we’re going to give you want you want.

  • A Masterful Redesign Of All 32 NFL Team Logos

    A creative guy on reddit went through and completely redesigned the logos for all 32 NFL teams. The Ravens (allegedly) stole their logo from a fan fan who faxed in a drawing. This led to a 15 year legal battle that the team eventually won but who knows, maybe one day a team will be using one of these creations.

  • The Truth Behind Fantasy Football (Infographic)

    SmartBear published some data from a series of benchmark tests that they ran against five popular fantasy football providers. All of the data was gathered between July 21 and August 31 – less than a week before the start of the NFL season – and gave them insight into which fantasy football service has the best average response time. Check out the infographic below, which delves into all of the data they gathered as well as some additional information about the people who partake in the world’s most popular fantasy sport.

  • Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Will Work, Says High-end Aviation software

    Elon Musk, the brilliant billionaire wonder boy, has created a transportation concept called the Hyperloop that we’re sure you’ve heard of already. Naysayers came out of the woodwork to scoff at the beautiful sketches that had no “substance”. The physical prototype is still years away, but Musk might be on to something. Ansys (ANSS), a maker of very  used to design planes, trains, automobiles and all manner of other things, has fed the Hyperloop specifications into a computer and come away impressed. “I don’t immediately see any red flags,” says Sandeep Sovani, the director of land transporation strategy at Ansys. “I think it is quite viable.” The Loop will shoot pods through a tunnel via air pressure at 800 MPH, bolting the pods from San Francisco to Los Angeles in 30 minutes. Tweaks, however, must be made in the design and bearings throughout the tube, but in an overall simulation the design and concept works. Advantage Musk.  

  • Lakers Unveil “Hollywood Nights” Black Uniforms

    The Lakers need a change. That’s apparent. You stick with what works, until it’s broke. Then you fix it. Easy, right? Sometimes. But every now and again a little mix-it-up does a team good. While these new “Hollywood Nights” jerseys might not fit the classic style of the Lake show, in my honest opinion, I think they’re straight fire. Somehow I think The Black Mamba had something to do with this.

  • Most Thoughtful Prank Ever. Guy Finds His House Plumbed With Beer

    Over the years, Russell Brown has played plenty of gags on his group of friends, so his brother Sean – with buddies in tow – decided to team up with the help of the Tui Brewery to get him back. Sean and his friends decided to plumb beer through Russell’s home in Auckland, New Zealand, tapping every faucet (even the shower) to pour cold beer – to the surprise of Russell and dismay of his wife.

  • Console Wars: The Playstation 4 vs. the Xbox One

    Since the end of the Nintendo 64’s lifespan, Nintendo has subsided in the gaming industry—occupying a separate, and more profitable, niche in the video game market. In fact, the Wii was the best selling console of the seventh-generation. According to VG Charts, the Nintendo Wii outsold its seventh-generation counterparts by a landslide of 22 million units. But, the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360 are the two consoles that possessed the most cutting-edge graphics and the best technology—overall appealing to the “hardcore” console gaming market.

  • Gilt + Infiniti Q50

    Gilt.com and Infiniti have teamed up with renowned designers, Thom Brown and Zac Posen to reveal two completely custom Q50′s. Both designers had a critical role in making the interior and exterior of the car completely their own. The two customs will go on sale December 12th and both lucky buyers will also receive $10,000 of Gilt.com shopping credit, as well as a style consultation at Gilt. Thom Browne 2014 Infiniti Q50: Mr. Browne’s Q50 exterior features a chrome – almost reflective – finish. The interior is accented with the Thom Browne signature red, white and blue stripe on the seats and in other areas to highlight the curves of the Q50, along with sterling silver elements to represent old world sophistication. Inside the trunk, Mr. Browne has also designed a luggage set that is custom fit for the Q50. Zac Posen 2014 Infiniti Q50: Mr. Posen’s Q50 exterior features an ombré effect, starting with light silver in a matte finish at the front and ending in dark grey with a high-gloss finish at the rear. The interior uses luxurious materials, including velvet, shagreen, and leather, in rich shades of red that evoke red carpet glamour, a signature of the Zac Posen brand.

  • 16 NFL Teams Who Have Less Rushing Yards Than Adrian Peterson

    Week 2 of the 2013 NFL Season is in the books. And, the reigning MVP of the NFL—Adrian Peterson– opened up the season for the Minnesota Vikings with sheer explosiveness. With a 78-yard carry for a touchdown, Peterson quickly made a case as to why he deserves to be considered the best player in the NFL. In fact, Peterson’s greatness is so apparent that he has—thus far— singlehandedly trumped almost half of league’s team totals for rushing. Coming only nine yards shy of Eric Dickerson’s seemingly unreachable record in 2012, Peterson is once again proving why he belongs in the pantheon of the NFL’s legendary backs. Before beginning the list, Peterson currently has 193 yards on 44 attempts—an average of 4.4 yards per carry. And, teams with fewer total rushing yards are as follows:

  • Mike Tyson Throwing Darts Blindfolded Does The Unthinkable

    A new segment on Fox 1 features the remarkable Katie Nolan playing darts with blindfolded athletes. Object of the game hit thethe dart board or just do everything not to look like a complete fool. For Mike, you would probably put your money on the latter. But Iron Mike has other plans. Athletes by the likes of Tiki Barber and Terrell Owens have made a run for the top spot, but it looks like Tyson is about to take the throne. Did we mention Guyism gal, Katie Nolan is in this video. Just Sayin’.

  • The Ultimate Bachelor Pad on Wheels

    Picture rolling up to your favorite tailgate in this Austrian made glorified palace on wheels.  Marchi Mobile has come up with a luxurious mobile home complete with a bar and a roof terrace. Appropriately dubbed the “eleMMent Palazzo”, this futuristic, diesel-powered vehicle is valued at US$3 million, and caters to the rich to quite rich. Some other amenities include a master bedroom, living room, a 40-inch widescreen television and a fireplace.  

  • 10 People That Would Make A Better Robin than Bieber

    Well word’s out. Looks like the Biebs is up for the role of Robin in the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie. Not the best compliment to accent Affleck if you ask me, but that’s Hollywood. Let’s face it, love him or hate him, Affleck was badass in both The Town and Argo (and Surviving Christmas, watch it) and in my eyes, redeemed himself for all his faulty past roles. All the critics who were up in arms about every role cast during the Nolan era were left silent after each movie was released. This is different. This is Justin Bieber. This is the kid who’s one shaved head away from a Britney Breakdown. This is the kid who peed in a wash bucket in the basement of a bar  before saying “F*ck Bill Clinton” not more than a month ago. The kid who Keyshawn Johnson, our favorite game time analyst, almost had to slap a biebs for acting a fool around his neighborhood. We’ve collected a list of ten people we think would make a better Robin than Bieber. Aaron Taylor-Johnson The kid proved himself as a certified superhero in the Kick-Ass franchise and we think he’d do a heck more »

  • The Underlying Meaning Of Sneakers Hanging From Power Lines All Over The World

    Murder, sex, drugs, art, politics… sneakers hanging on telephone lines have become a powerful urban symbol, inspiring genesis theories both hilarious and sinister. In an effort to get to the truth once and for all The Mystery Of Flying Kicks asked the people of Earth to help  solve this mystery. Using an on-line call out and a phone message bank, this documentary was made entirely from donated photographs, phoned-in theories, video, vlogs, and animation.

  • Why The Seahawks Have Best Home Field Advantage in America

    The Seattle Seahawks haven’t lost a home game since Christmas Eve 2011.  On Sunday night they broke the Guinness Book of World Records for loudest stadium in the world when they were recorded at 136.6 decibels against the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field.  It has become no secret that the Seahawks have one of the NFL’s best home field advantages, but how has a franchise that has never won a Super Bowl created the best atmosphere in American Sports? Mariners Decline It wasn’t that long ago that Seattle was a baseball city.  The Mariners had a lot to offer in 1990s with two “once in a lifetime” prospects in Ken Griffey, Jr. and Alex Rodriguez. They would knock on the door in the playoffs but could never breakthrough.  Ichiro Suzuki would follow those stars and would be an immediate hit on a team that won an American League record 116 games, but they too couldn’t find playoff success.  Since 2001, the Mariners have failed to reach the postseason. Only twice in the past ten years have they even had a sub .500 record.  As a result attendance has been on a steady decline from an average of 43,300 in 2001 to more »

  • Man Meal: Apple Cider Ribs

    The ultimate fall tailgate food. You can’t possibly say that reading this right now, your mouth isn’t salivating over the thought of apple cider flavored ribs on a Sunday morning minutes outside your favorite football stadium. That cool crisp air filled with that smokey goodness. Here is a recipe that only takes about 20 minutes to prep and just over 3 hours to cook. Your tastebuds don’t know the meaning of time, so what is a measly 3 and a half hours.

  • City As Canvas: New York City Graffiti From the Martin Wong Collection (Book)

    City As Canvas is Martin Wong’s take on the emergence of the emergence of graffiti & early street art through the eyes and accounts of the artists and people who were there. Referred to by the New York Times as an artist “whose meticulous visionary realism is among the lasting legacies of New York’s East Village art scene of the 1980s,” Martin Wong (1946–1999) was firmly entrenched in the NYC street art world of the late ’70s and ’80s. The book also contains previously unpublished art by Keith Haring, Basquiat, & Futura 2000. Exhibition Schedule: Museum of the City of New York: Opens October 2013. City As Canvas $32


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