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A week after unveiling a wretched redesign, you no longer have the worst uniforms in sports...The team showed off its new uniforms -- and they are something. The uniforms feature flames that start on the shoulders and go all the way up through the
A bar of soap wearing viking garb and performing Ride of the Valkyries in front of a huge soap audience...When pressed the butt disappears, then plumps up when turned on.
People can apply to test a Beta version of the helmet, which is expected to be ready this summer The P-1 claims to be the first motorbike helmet with a digital heads-up display built in, which is positioned outside a rider's primary field of view.
The Coroner's Court in Kirklees heard that 23-year-old Kulraj Singh Kalsi's 125cc motorbike struck a Volkswagen Caddy van, which was taking a turn into a complex on Thornhill Road in Dewsbury April 27 last year, The Examiner reported Thursday. Kalsi
Predators captain Shea Weber says he feels lucky to be skating again a week after taking a puck to the face that left him unable to see much at all until the next morning. "Definitely very thankful and lucky that it wasn't worse," Weber said. "It
The swollen bruise below his right eye might have indicated otherwise, but Sharks captain Joe Thornton said Tuesday his vision was fine after taking a puck above his right eye in Saturday night's win over the Anaheim Ducks. "Yesterday I still had
This German helmet, from the mid-16th century, has a rather unusual adornment on its mask...The six-pound, six-ounce helmet resides in the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Arms and Armory Collection. The museum includes this description: This helmet is
It consists of standard army helmet and features a see-through ballistic visor and a mandible face mask, which protects the user against 9mm ammunition and offers better eye, face and hearing protection than the existing ones. Another notable feature
Squat, visored knight, armoured in storied deeds, Uses his bat's butt-end to shift his box, Takes guard, gardens for invisible weeds, Looks up, thanks Dad, ignores two wheeling hawks No higher in their heaven than him on turf Buoyed by devotion's
Boston College running back Andre Williams has done everything his coach demanded of him to get his visor back. BC coach Steve Addazio told Williams that he could have an eye shield on his helmet if he ran for 200 yards in a game. Williams picked up