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The fashion of tennis players is getting more sexy and stylish (Part 1)

Tennis sportswear is stylish, stylish and sexy over time. Many athletes of this discipline have skillfully created their own fashion style and imprint with the seemingly very dry outfits.

In 1949, female athlete Gertrude Moran was the first person to bring to the Wimbledon arena the ultra-short length competition skirts, to the point where the shorts of the inner underwear were exposed. The “brave” of Gertrude Moran has created a revolution in clothes when playing tennis, making the trend of other female athletes using skirts or extremely short pants increasingly popular.

Pioneer athlete Gertrude Moran wears a super short skirt

Not only is she promoting a 5cm skirt, but Moran also stylizes short pants with underwear underneath. She did not use ordinary slippery pants, but rather a pair of very frilly pants.

At the time, Gertrude Moran received a lot of criticism. She was condemned by the British Tennis Commission as “bringing vulgarity and guilt into tennis.”

However, it seems that Gertrude Moran is not guilty of other female tennis players. She helps the juniors confidently follow the path of liberating the body and affirm the personal fashion style.

Female players are not afraid to show off their physical beauty

The love between tennis and fashion meets a lot of obstacles. At the Wimbledon tournament in 1958, female athlete Karol Fageros was nearly banned for wearing short skirts with yellow shorts. She was only allowed to continue the contest after changing her striking yellow pants to a solid white pants.

Over time, with the more openness of the tennis federations as well as the audience itself, the athletic outfits became more and more stylish and sexy. Many brilliant and stylish tennis matches are like a fashion catwalk.

There are many moments of tennis fashion ever in history. For example, American athlete Bethanie Mattek-Sands walked into the field wearing a Lady Gaga-style shirt with a 2011 tennis ball, or Serena William’s super-tight outfit at the Pants tournament. US Open Tennis 2002.

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Interesting things about football uniforms throughout the history (Part 2)

With the development of television, marketing, sponsors began to print their logos on shirts from the 80s. Cotton was gradually changed. substituted with polyester fabric, this makes the jersey lighter and the design and printing of textures also become more popular. Spacious designer tops began to be popular in the ’90s.

In recent years, along with the development of technology, costumes have been studied in such a way that the players can move in comfort, best support for competition. The lightest, coolest materials are studied and put into production.

Puma is a leader in popularizing tight-fitting shirts to optimize the players’ athletic ability. These shirts are very beautiful but with “thin” players, wearing such tight shirts is really a disaster.

Football goalkeepers fashion

It was not until 1909 that the goalkeeper was able to wear costumes with different colors to distinguish them from the other players on the field. The goalkeeper is the most different position on the pitch, and many goalkeepers also impress the audience with their special outfits.

Goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly may not stand out by his expertise, but every time he plays he impresses the audience. The Hungarian goalkeeper became famous when he wore a long-sleeve shorts while playing at EURO 2016. Kiraly shared that he wore these pants because it brought good luck to him and his teammates.

Goalkeeper Kiraly is famous for wearing sweatpants when playing football. Suggest goalkeeper Soviet legend Lev Yashin is not only famous for his talent when he once won the European golden ball, but he is also famous for the hat. The pot has become the brand. Another goalkeeper famous for his helmet on his head was Petr Cech. He started wearing a helmet since he had a head-on accident in 2006, and the helmet has also become Petr Cech’s signature.

We have just learned the interesting things about football players’ costumes. There are still a lot of interesting things coming from the king sport.

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Interesting things about football uniforms throughout the history (Part 1)

In addition to professional factors, football also attracts the audience with elements outside the pitch. In this article, let’s learn about interesting things about the football uniform throughout the history.

Football players’ outfits not only distinguish between teams, to protect players from injuries, but now they have become fashionable outfits.

The beginning

At the beginning of the sport, the players still do not have the current neat clothes, instead they play with long clothes. The designs at the time were also very simple, without the diverse patterns or colors to distinguish the teams. The first shirts were sewn with wool and sometimes the players came out with shirts.

Football outfit in the early 20th century

Today we get used to the players playing with the numbers on their backs. But before, players had never thought of printing numbers on the back of their shirts. In 1928, English coach Hernert Chapman was the first to propose the idea of ​​printing numbers on the backs of players’ shirts, initially used only on the training ground.

It was not until the 1938-39 season that all clubs in the English Football Federation were required to wear a number. Fixed numbering for each player during the tournament is only applied from the 1954 World Cup.

The German team at the 1954 World Cup (Source: Internet) The number of shirts apart from distinguishing the players on the pitch is also something for them to assert their own personality. In addition to the number of shirts that have become a brand such as Ronaldo number 7, Messi number 10 or Kaká number 22, many players impress with special numbers like Ivan Zamorano with 1 + 8 or Bixente Lizarazu with shirt number 69.

For a long time in the 20th century, the image often seen on the world grass was the players playing with very short shorts and short-sleeved T-shirts without textures. At that time football outfit was really very simple with traditional cotton fabric.

Arsenal is probably the special team of the Premier League right now, when it witnessed the change of captain position, which could become a turning point for a new dynasty: Mikel Arteta replaced Unai Emery.

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Famous sports athletes as fashion models (Part 3)

Tom Brandy, rugby player

Model of UGG Australia, Under Armor from 2007 to the present.

In 2011, this player became a model for the new product line of UGG and this is not his first model. In 2007, he participated in an advertising campaign for Stetson’s product line. In 2012, he continued to become the representative face of Under Armor. This model and player has appeared on the covers of many famous fashion magazines such as GQ, Esquire, V Man and Detail in 2007 and 2009.

Andy Roddick, Tennis

Model of Lacoste from 2005 to the present.

After terminating his contract with Reebok in 2005, Andy Roddick became Lacoste’s model when the company began to enter the US market. Since then, he has been the official face of the Challenge of Lacoste perfume.

Nacho Figueras, Polo

Model of Ralph Lauren from 2005 until now.

Joining Ralph Lauren’s Polo Black Label in 2005, this guy changed his career from a professional polo athlete to a top model. He modeled for many Polo product lines, from costumes to perfumes for men.

Pat Rafter, Tennis

Model of Bonds from 2001 to the present.

In 1997, Pat Rafter won the US Open, becoming the first Australian tennis player since 1973. Four years later, he retired and became the face of the Australian fashion brand Bonds.

David Beckham, football player

Models of Emporio Armani, H&M, Breitling, Adidas from 1999 to the present.

In 1999, the football superstar retired and had a big wedding with Victoria Adams. At the same time, he also signed a contract with Adidas. However, it was not until 2007 that the player officially started his modeling career when he joined Armani. From that moment, he officially became a style icon of the company.

David also modeled for H&M and luxury watch brand Breitling. Father like that, his son, Romeo, was only 10 years old and became an ambassador for the Burberry brand.

Michael Jordan, basketball

Models of Hanes, Nike from 1990 to present.

The name Michael Jordan must be extremely familiar to each of us. In 1989, he became an ambassador for the Hanes brand, after which he continued his modeling career when signing with UNC Chapel Hill.

In addition to being successful in the field of basketball, this superstar is also the dream of countless models when more than 30 different fashion brands have signed with him.

Above are the most famous sports athletes as fashion models in the world.

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The “legendary” sports fashion shoes of football (Part 3)

5. Puma Kings

Just like its name, Puma Kings product line is favored by the “King of football” as Pele, Maradona or Johan Cruyff.

First released in 1968, the Puma King is the shoe used in the sport of the longest surviving to this day. With the upper natural leather, the seam and shoelace layout system gives the user a smooth and comfortable feel as possible.

With waterproof soft leather, heavily protected heels and precisely designed toe caps, the 1970 Puma King shoe helped Brazilians win the 1970 World Cup.

6. Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III

As one of the product lines that made Nike a successful era, Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III made it possible for the stars of 1998-2002 like Luis Figo and Roberto Carlos to feel comfortable to show their skills on the field. grass during more than 90 minutes of play. By 2004, this product line was “crucified” with the names of Paulo Maldini, Rooney, Henry and even Messi.

The Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III is the first line of sneakers that has no tongue and is one of Nike’s final products that aren’t specifically designed for a spot on the field. From defenders, midfielders to strikers, you can use Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III shoes.

7. Adidas Copa Mundial

With an unimpressive design, if not simple, the Adidas Copa Mundial has survived, even in the top of the best selling shoes in the world since 1979, when this product was released. debut for the first time.

100% Kangaroo leather material helps the user to get the great ball feeling, suitable for all playing positions on the pitch, whether defender, midfielder, striker or even goalkeeper. Although the design is quite classic, Adidas Copa Mundial continues to be the preferred choice of many players.

Many legends of the football world around the world consider Adidas Copa Mundial as the launching pad in their careers such as “Emperor” Franz Beckenbauer, Eric Cantona, Michel Platini, Paolo Rossi or Mario Kempes.

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The “legendary” sports fashion shoes of football (Part 1)

Recently, the football website Dream Team FC has launched a list of the best quality and most popular shoes in football history.

Among the 7 shoes voted by Dream Team FC, Nike contributed the most with 3 product lines, followed by Adidas (2), Puma and Lotto Stadio (1).

1. Adidas Predator Mania

Adidas has officially launched the Predator Mania product line at the same time the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea. With design style “Far East”, Predator creates attraction thanks to the angular lines but no less subtle.

Besides the traditional red – black color, Predator Mania also has many versions with different colors such as Champagne (white wine), Champagne Gold (yellow and white).

What makes this shoe different from all other Adidas products is that the red tongue is designed quite large. This keeps shoelaces always neatly aligned, helping the player to touch the ball with the optimum contact surface. In addition, the cushioned mouth on the heel helps the players can protect the ankle and heel at most regardless of the direction the opponent is “swept” from.

This is the favorite shoe of David Beckham, Alessandro Del Piero and Raul. According to the statistics of the World Cup 2002 organizer, at least 10 players use Adidas Predator Mania shoes in every match. However, Adidas officially stopped producing this product line in early June. The rare player to use the Adidas Predator Mania pair is Metz’s Benoit Assou-Ekotto.

2. Nike Mercurial R9

This is the shoes made by Nike for “Aliens” Ronaldo and was used by the striker during the competition at the 1998 World Cup. It can be said that this product line has created a revolution. for world football by bringing a brand of speed for the strikers and winger at the time.

“These shoes are super light (200 grams). Therefore, you absolutely can reach the speed that previously appeared only in the imagination. Ro “fat” is about shoes “parcel” for their own.

In May 2013, Nike decided to “revitalize” this product line with the Nike Mercurial IX Special Edition. In particular, only 1998 shoes were made, representing the year of the debut of the first Nike Mercurial shoe.

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5 sports brand ambassadors who have “changed their hearts” (Part 1)

Brand Ambassador is a form that has been around for a long time, even though traditional forms of advertising and marketing are still prevalent.

Nowadays, when it comes to small and large sporting goods manufacturing companies in the world, cooperating with a brand ambassador has a healthy lifestyle, good image, a special personality.

Sometimes, sports idol plays the most important role in the campaign to promote products and improve the name of the company, it can be said to account for 8/10 success of the brand campaign. This is due to the development of technology that has created a younger generation who is always interested in what “idols wear” and hype storms.

Today, when it comes to sportswear companies from small to large in the world, relying on a brand ambassador to have a healthy lifestyle, beautiful image and a special personality Many people “idol” play an extremely important role in the campaign to promote products and promote the company’s name, accounting for 8/10 success of the brand campaign.

However, the sudden “jump” to the new dock is not uncommon or impossible. With rumors that Drake is about to leave Jordan Brand to join the Adidas rival, let’s SNKRVN check out which entertainment industry superstars who have been really for many reasons “change their heart” and return to the same roof with “Rival” of old lover.

1. Kanye West left Nike, coming to Adidas

As the owner of the tycoon of collaborative concerts, with Kanye West, Adidas convinced the rapper to come to him from the hands of rival Nike. Has been influencing the worldwide shoe-lovers over the past 10 years with designs with Louis Vuitton, Bape, Reebok and, more recently, this multi-talented but sultry rapper agreed to sign a contract partnered with Adidas in 2013 after disagreements over a portion of the Nike deal. In 2016, Kanye also kicked Nike on Twitter. New love with Adidas has released the legendary Adidas Yeezy version.

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Overview of Reebok – the reputable sports shoes brand from England (Part 2)

With ZigTech technology, Reebok shoes with shoe sole designs are made up of creative and unique Zig Zag shapes.

With the Zig Zag shoe sole design, it helps absorb the impact on the heel of the shoe when it comes in contact with the ground and creates momentum for the next steps, making your movement more flexible.

With modern technology, Reebok DMX sports shockproof air bags inside the sole and this is considered a formidable point for other famous brands such as Nike Air Max shoes. From its inception until now, Reebok DMX is still a pair of shoes used and loved by sports lovers.

How much is Reebok shoes?

With the convenient features for travel and activities that Reebok shoes are sought after by many people, the price of a Reebok shoe will range from a few tens of dollars to a few hundred dollars, depending on the style, design, model. code that user wants to buy.

Each Reebok shoe will have different designs and designs so that users can freely choose a product that suits their style and budget. However, there are now many places that sell Reebok shoes at a price higher than its actual price.

Reebok shoes are loved and hunted by many people, which also means that there will be many places taking advantage of this opportunity to produce poor quality Reebok shoes. Therefore, you need to carefully study reputable addresses to avoid buying at high prices and buying poor quality goods.

Where to buy Reebok shoes?

Currently, when consumer demand is increasing, there are many places selling Reebok shoes. You can easily find it in shoe shops from small to large, from affordable to high-end, from shoe shops to electronic websites, etc.

However, if you decide to buy a genuine and quality Reebok shoes, you should avoid websites without a location only the basis is clear as it will not guarantee the shoes they sell you are quality or not, avoid being scammed without knowing who to petition to.

In addition, Reebok shoes have a lot of fake products, so you should be careful, do not buy shoes at market stalls with high-quality Reebok shoes but very low prices, should not be because of “cheap ham”. but wearing an inferior product will make it more difficult for you to travel and exercise, especially those who often wear shoes to practice sports.

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Overview of Reebok – the reputable sports shoes brand from England (Part 1)

For those of you who are passionate about shoes and have learned about shoes, you probably heard of the name Reebok. Reebok shoes are considered a popular brand in the sports industry and are hunted by many young people.

However, for those of you who have not learned or only know about the shoes, this is indeed a relatively new brand. In today’s article, we will help you find out about Reebok shoes, Reebok shoes, and how much they cost.

Reebok is a company under the Adidas brand (Germany), is a manufacturer of shoes, apparel and sports accessories. This is a famous brand in the sports world with creativity and potential. Reebok is famous for quality sports shoes with many unique designs and designs.

Wishing to make a pair of shoes for his son, JWFosrter & Sons in England founded Reebok United International Limited in 1895. After a while, he changed the company name to Reebok – the name of an agile antelope in Africa.

Although the Reebok shoe brand achieved success after sales statistics, the path to a famous name was difficult. Until 1979, Paul Fireman saw the potential of the brand. Reebok shoes should have signed a contract to distribute Reebok shoes freely in the US market.

Although Reebok shoes are sold at a high price, Reebok shoes have been sold a lot of times. However, in the early 90s, Reebok shoes brand increasingly developed and dropped, losing its leading position.

Nike shoes returned and regained the leading position, Adidas with the desire to compete with Nike shoes acquired Reebok shoes, however, the results achieved completely failed and led to losses that caused the Adidas brand also goes down.

Is Reebok shoes good?

Think about why in a short period of time that Reebok shoes have grown better than the famous Nike brand and while it seems to be bankrupt due to losses, it is adept by Adidas despite everything. possessed? This question seems to be difficult to answer but really easy to understand.

Reebok shoes always create quality products with leading development technology and designs of unique and innovative Reebok shoes that make a famous brand such as Adidas despite the fact that it is losing money to own.

Although the end result made Adidas go down, we still can not deny the success of Reebok shoes. Reebok shoes possess the most advanced and modern shoe technology that admires other famous shoe brands.