New Balance offers a peek into its upcoming Ivy League Collection for Spring 2011. The collection will include mid and low top versions of its H710 hiker. The shoes are inspired by the Ivy League schools, which obviously include Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, and Yale. They’ve taken a classic approach with an “outdoors” feel. They feature buttery suede uppers with special laurel wreath tongue branding to mimic the schools’ crests. The release is expected to come in January 2011 via select New Balance accounts worldwide. Keep Reading…
The Ivy League has a deep lacrosse tradition. The league captured the first USILA championship in 1881, the first NCAA Championship in 1971 and remains one of the premiere leagues today even with the absence of athletic scholarships. As far as jerseys, there is an emphasis on the classic. Not surprisingly, some schools have remained very conservative in their attire, while others have broken the mold.
ESPN has been keeping up with Myron Rolle for quite a bit. You know who he is right? Former All-Everything at Florida State and current Rhodes Scholar. He gave up his Senior year at FSU to study abroad and mingle with other members of academia from around the globe. ESPN’s, Outside the Lines, has said that he, “is expected to be all things to all people.” More after the jump.
Brine has rolled out three more teams gloves: Air Force, Harvard and Salisbury. Shakedowns for Harvard and King II’s for Air Force and Salisbury.
If you haven’t heard of Miles Fisher, then you must live under a rock. The young and talented actor/musician/photographer has been on the scene for well over a year now. The Texas native has appeared on the big screen in the films Gods and Generals and Superhero Movie! Fisher has also acted in Mad Men, The Cleaner, and Gossip Girl.