Kastle makes high-end skis with an artisan purpose. And skier Chris Davenport knows all about the importance of it. Read about Davenport’s role in Kastle and the Austrian artisan ski-making process via my Sports Illustrated feature. The link is here.
My Sports Illustrated Stadium Spotlight series continues this week with Mississippi State’s Davis Wade Stadium. Take a look at how a recent expansion gave the 100-year-old stadium new cowbell-ringing life. My SI article here.
Want to stay warm when its wet, then join the club. As companies clamor to come up with the best warm-wet option, PrimaLoft put a focus on the situation with a new goose-synthetic down hybrid. Check out the science behind it via my Sports Illustrated article here.
I go behind-the-scenes to look at how adidas has opened up their imaging process to let users create custom shoes with their own images. Learn more via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Sugoi wants to be seen, but, more importantly, have you be seen. The new cycling jacket uses glass-bead woven fabric for crazy-bright reflectivity. Learn about the technology via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium has plenty of history. But it doesn’t have as much as you might think. Take a look at how this storied football powerhouse created a relatively new stadium tradition in Tuscaloosa via my Sports Illustrated series.
I take a look at some of the fanciest suites and clubs in our stadiums. Take a gander via my Sports Illustrated article here.
As if there was any mystery anyway, but the new New York City FC club unveiled its City Blue MLS kit today. Read more about the look via my Sports Illustrated post here.
Spy Optics wants happiness a central theme of your lenses. They have used technology to achieve that goal, creating a Happy Lens that welcomes long-wave blue light and all its benefits. I chatted with snowboarder Louie Vito about the lenses. Check it all out via my Sports Illustrated post here.
When all that matters is speed, designers can get fancy, creating a superyacht formed of carbon fiber cured in place. The technology behind a new yacht set to race for the first time next month is designed for record-breaking speed. Learn more via my Popular Mechanics article here.