Sports Equipment

Sports equipment help athletes compete more safely and effectively. Tools that athletes use on a regular basis include baseball bats, football helmets, gloves, mitts and more. Get information on the leading equipment and learn how to benefit from them to improve your athletic performance.

Latest in Sports Equipment

How to Pick Out the Perfect Pair of Swim Goggles

For you elite swimmers this little guide to swim goggles won't really be of much benefit to you, but for those athletes and beginner swimmers looking to...

By: Olivier Poirier-Leroy

Why Swimmers Should Train With a Pull Buoy

Along with the kick board, the pull buoy is one of the most common pieces of swimming equipment swimmers roll with. While there are downsides to using...

By: Olivier Poirier-Leroy

You'll be in Hockey Heaven With CCM's Cutting-Edge Super Tacks Skates and RBZ Revolution Stick

CCM has an impressive lineup of hockey gear for the 2016 holiday season. I had the opportunity to test two of their latest products to see if they a...

By: Andy Haley

An Athlete's Guide to Baseball Glove Sizes

Is Every Baseball Glove The Same? Not all baseball gloves are the same size. Glove sizes and shapes will vary depending on a player's age and po...

By: Brandon Hall

Basketball Sizes: A Quick Guide for All Levels of Play

Basketball sizes vary by age, gender, and level of play. The official size of the basketball used by the NBA is 29.5 inches in circumference. That's t...

By: Jordan Zirm

Latest Videos in Sports Equipment

2016 Holiday Gift Guide: The Original Hockey Sauce Kit

This off-ice hockey game is great fun and can help you hone your stick skills while challenging your friends.

Game Changers: Testing Powerhandz 'Extreme Grip' Football Gloves

STACK's own Brandon Hall and Jordan Zirm push the limits of the Powerhandz Extreme Grip Football gloves to find out if they are a game changer for performance athletes. You can learn more about Powerhandz at www.powerhandz.com

How Brad Marchand Stays Safe on the Ice

Pro hockey player Brad Marchand recognizes that the game he plays is fast and dangerous. He also understands the value of protecting himself with premium gear from Unequal.

How Evan Gattis Stays Safe Behind the Plate

Foul tips can cause concussions, and MLB catcher Evan Gattis gets hit with several foul tips per game. To stay protected, Gattis lines his helmet with an Unequal helmet insert.

Dwyane Wade: Still Think I Lost a Step?

Has Dwyane Wade lost a step? The 3-time NBA champion is ready to prove his critics wrong.