Gold's Gym Gear

Gold's Gym Gear

Even if you sometimes need help opening the pickle jar, this new gear from Gold's Gym is still definitely worth a look. We got our hands on their Track Jacket ($40) and matching Track Pant ($35) and were really impressed with the quality and fit. Made of 100% Polyester Brushed Tricot, the jacket sports a full-zip front, zip pockets, a "Joe" logo on the left chest and "Gold's Gym" in script embroidery on the back of the right sleeve. We also got a Gold's Gym Burnout Tee ($30), which is just about the softest T-Shirt our feeble bodies have ever touched. It's been put through an extreme weathering process that put its on the verge of disintegration and gives it an authentic vintage look.

  • Starbury

    Sick of seeing kids being forced to pay $150 for superstar-endorsed basketball shoes, Stephon Marbury has launched the new Starbury line of affordable gear. The line consists of almost 50 items in various colors, including Marbury's Starbury One game shoes ($15), casual sneakers ($10), jackets ($10), hoodies ($10), jerseys ($10), and pants and shorts ($10). Everything is available exclusively at Steve & Barry's stores nationwide.

  • Everlast Boxing Gear

    Boxing is a great a way to get in shape and work out some office stress. But nobody wants to go to the trouble of mounting a punching bag. Enter the Everlast Freestanding Heavy Bag ($85). With its heavy base, spring-action bag, and adjustable height, the bag can be easily set up and used just about anywhere. It's covered in Nevatear, a new leather-like, vinyl material that will outlast you. And don't forget to order the Rocky-style Stars and Stripes boxing trunks ($50) and Everlast Professional Fight Gloves ($80) and Hand Wraps ($10).

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