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The 2021 French Open Poster Is Gay

Naomi Osaka takes a complicated stand

What If Pro Sports Leagues Were Controlled By Their Players?

The Brain-Changing Magic of New Experiences

Tony Hawk’s Greatest Trick? Becoming a Middle-aged Skateboard Star

The Best Time to Exercise During the Day for Metabolic Health

In a healing forest, the Space Out Competition determines who’s the most chill

The Plot to Kill the Olympics

Has anyone actually summited the world’s 14 highest peaks?


LeBron James’s Agent Is Transforming the Business of Basketball

Introducing TOTAL BODY

We’re excited to welcome a brand new product to our line-up. Developed in collaboration with Urban Outfitters, WeedSport TOTAL BODY is an all-purpose CBD Body Stick made to be used at any time of the day, anywhere on your body. (think: skin hydration and barrier protection, after-sun, anti-chafe, and so much more!) Featuring a rich infusion of Calendula, Jojoba Oil, and rejuvenating Sea Buckthorn Oil, TOTAL BODY is formulated to give your skin the nourishment and attention it needs. The 1oz stick is golden in color with scented notes of sandalwood, eucalyptus, and patchouli. TOTAL BODY is finished with 200mg of hemp-derived cannabinoids in packaging made of 100% paperboard. Retailing for $24, it’s a valuable product that will keep you fresh and golden.

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Meditation in Motion

Directed by Irene Angelico – 1978

From the streets of China to the forests of North America, this short film documents the practice of Tai-Chi and accentuates meditation through movement.


Maverick: More than a Game

If you ever stumble across this book in a bookstore, buy it. Phil Jackson’s rare Maverick: More Than a Game chronicles the early playing career of the “Zen Master” and NBA Hall of Fame coach. Beyond just basketball, Phil Jackson describes his quest to find spirituality and balance while playing with the New York Knicks, and candidly speaks of his exploration into cannabis and LSD. One of the few active vegetarians in pro sports at the time, Phil Jackson approach to life and the game is only now becoming commonplace. A Maverick, indeed.


Spring Gear Guide

Spring is here, and with fresh air activities on the horizon, we’ve gathered some of our favorite items for spending time in the great outdoors.

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Victory Lap

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The Super League: 12 of Europe’s Legendary Soccer Clubs go rogue

An Homage To Skaters Who Are Aging Like Fine Wine

6 Hiking Exercises for When You’re Too Busy to Work Out

Trans Girls Belong on Girls’ Sports Teams

The Mirnavator: Outrunning Stereotypes With Endurance Athlete Mirna Valerio

Justin Williams has a Bold Plan to Make Pro Cycling Cool Again

How to Improve Your Mind With Visualization

An Ode to the People in My Workout Video

How Fit Can You Get From Just Walking?


What Should We Do if Extraterrestrials Show Up?

Introducing DUNK ZERO

This is not forest bathing, but it might as well be. For DUNK ZERO, we have collaborated with Outdoor apparel brand MATEK, and reimagined our DUNK muscle soak as a product that, along with its packaging, can disappear. With a scent inspired by Coastal California forests, fresh notes of evergreens and eucalyptus are infused into a custom blend of hand-harvested Sel Gris Salt, mineral-rich Dead Sea Salt, and magnesium-rich Epsom Salt. Finished with 150mg of cannabinoids, DUNK ZERO is a restorative bath product with an eco-conscience.

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The Zen of Running

If you’ve ever imagined yourself really embracing a back-to-earth lifestyle while still logging miles, then Fred Rohé’s contemplative running book from 1974 will be your guide.

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10 Independent Sports Magazines to Check Out Now

By Nicole Campoy Jackson

In recent years, we’ve seen a boom in athletic aesthetics, with small, independent sport-focused publications growing both in readership and in number. Where once Victory Journal held the niche, it now has company. These ambitious magazines bridge the gap between extraordinary professionals, fans, and the everyday athlete. More than that, they elevate what’s on offer far beyond box scores and memorabilia. Some are focused on sports as they connect with music, photography, and culture at large. Some are focused on a single pursuit, diving deep into the people and places of tennis, golf, and skateboarding. All clearly have design sensibilities more esoteric than those of Sports Illustrated. So, get ready to make some room on your coffee table, here are 10 titles that we’re currently spending time with.

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