Iron Mike sits down to talk about his troubled youth that lead him to become The Badest Man on the Planet. Hear the stories of other boxing greats like Smokin' Joe and Tommy Morrison for EA Sports newest game Fight Night Champion, in stores now.
Just when you think you've seen all the trick shot videos around, someone else gets trickier. NFL-drafted Zach Enyeart proves that snappers can rock down to Electric Avenue with the best of them.
Most portable chargers are only wireless until it's time to charge their own batteries. Courant's Carry does away with them altogether by supporting wire-free charging for both your devices and its own battery. Qi-compatible, it's good for up to two full charges and supports fast wireless charging as well as stacked charging, so you can charge it and your phone simultaneously while on top of one wired charger. It also has a USB-C port for even faster charging of compatible devices, and is wrapped in pebble-grain Italian leather so it won't distract from the rest of your ensemble.
Length: 5.5" / Width: 2.9" / Depth: 0.7"
Input: 18W USB-C, 5W Wireless / Output: 18W USB-C, 10W Wireless / Capacity: 8,000 mAh / Included: Carry, USB-C Charging Cable, Dust Bag
The MA-1 silhouette got its start in the mid-1950s when it became the flight jacket of the U.S. Air Force, Navy pilots, and ground crews. The originals removed the fur collar of the B-15 which came before it due to interference with parachute harnesses. This bomber adds to the legendary jacket's history with poly-fill, orange lining, and a modern cut for a slim fit. Details include two lower flap pockets, two interior welt pockets, as well as a utility pocket on the sleeve and knit ribbing on the collar, cuffs, and waistband. The timeless look is finished with a signature red "Remove Before Flight" flag and is available in black or olive.
During the qualifying round at Vikersund, Norway, Johan Remen Evensen rubs everyone's face in his greatness by soaring past his previous world record to set a new one for the longest ski jump. There's no such thing as breaking too many records.
Jacob Tucker is taking a page out of Jennifer Aniston's book in hopes that a good viral video will win him a spot in the 2011 NCAA dunk contest. With his 50-inch running vertical and sick dunks, we figure he should be a shoe in.
Already known for their toughness, the latest addition to the I.N.O.X. line adds a carbon case for a new level of strength. The lightweight, space-tested carbon composite is highly resistant to both scratches and heat and houses a highly visible face with luminous hands and indexes protected by scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The timepiece is powered by Swiss-made automatic movement Sellita SW200 with a 38-hour power reserve, visible through the titanium exhibition case back. Each watch finished with a black rubber strap and is delivered in a special packaging that holds an exclusive Spartan PS knife with matte black handles and a black protective bumper.
Diameter: 43mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 200 meters / Weight 3.6 oz
A third grader from Portland sinks a last-second shot from well behind the half-court line, bringing his team to victory. For all of you calling traveling, you better check yourself before you wreck yourself.