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FansEdge expands into Skate and Surf Apparel!

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

FansEdge adds new products all of the time – every day, actually – but for the first time starting today, you will now be able to purchase casual surf apparel including board shorts, beach apparel, casual backpacks and so much more! Not only that, but we are proud to also offer Skateboards and casual Skate clothing as well. We have added the biggest brands in the Action Sports apparel market, including:

It doesn’t stop with great apparel however, as we now carry Oakley Sunglasses, Vestal Watches, and even Skateboards by Plan B, Blind, Element, and Enjoi among others!

We are very excited to add all of these products to the FansEdge lineup, and look forward to bringing in even more exciting products in the near future!

The USA Hockey Team Has Been Announced! Gear Up for the Winter Olympics with Olympic Hockey Gear from FansEdge!

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Shop Winter Olympics Team USA Hockey Gear

Shop 2014 Team USA Hockey Gear


The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are just around the corner and the USA hockey roster has been set as they get ready to defend and possibly improve upon the silver medal they brought home in 2010. In just over a month, 25 of the best American NHL players will be taking the ice in an attempt to bring home the gold. There is no better way to root on these American hockey stars than with any of the officially licensed Team USA Olympic Hockey Gear available here at!

Browse our selections of great USA Hockey gear and merchandise and find everything from t-shirts and jerseys to collectibles and accessories. Also, be sure to bundle up for the cold winter conditions that the Olympics will be played in with Team USA sweatshirts, knit hats, and more. Our collection of gear and apparel is available in all sizes and styles for men, women, and kids, so you can always find the right gear for any U.S. Hockey fan out there. Get your favorite Olympics gear from FansEdge today and be sure to keep checking back for new arrivals as the games get closer!

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Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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With the Red Sox taking home their World Series rings, the NFL season reaching its midway point, the NBA and NHL seasons just getting underway, and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi a few months on the horizon, we have reached a very busy and exciting time in sports. No matter what teams or players you root for, show your support for them with collectibles, tailgating gear, home & office merchandise, and accessories that are available at 15-40% off right now for only a limited time here at!

Browse through thousands of products, merchandise, and accessories in every league and sport that are branded to feature your favorite team’s colors and logos. Whether you’re looking for autographed memorabilia or decorations for your entire home, you can find anything you’re looking for from all your favorite athletes and teams. This offer will not last long so don’t wait! Submit your order today!

2014 Winter Olympics Preview

Monday, November 4th, 2013

In three months, we will witness the opening ceremonies and the start of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia! Come February 7th, the USA will square off against over 50 different nations in 98 events across 15 different sports.

Make sure you’re prepared to show your country’s pride while you root them on with the all the latest Olympic gear and merchandise from! Whether you’re supporting team USA or another country, we have all the gear you are looking for.

Team USA enters the 2014 Winter Olympics as the reigning overall medal leader (37) from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. However, they will try to improve one their Gold medal total (9) where they placed third behind Germany (10) and rival Canada (14). Specifically, the USA men’s and women’s ice hockey teams hope to find redemption against Canada after both teams lost in them in the final gold medal games.

Because nearly 150 NHL players will be participating in the Olympic events, the NHL season will pause on February February 9th and resume again on February 26th. The men’s Olympic tournament in Sochi will only run from February 12th through February 23rd, but the few extra days will give the players time to relax, practice with their teams, and enjoy the great city of Sochi.

Other top headlines for Team USA at the Winter Olympics include alpine ski racers Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn defending their Olympic gold medals in the men’s combined and the women’s downhill, respectively. Meanwhile, Shaun White will try to take home his third gold medal in a row in the snowboarding halfpipe event, while the men’s Bobsled team will attempt to win their second straight gold in the four-man event.

Support all of your country’s athletes with 2014 Winter Olympics shirts, hats, sweatshirts, mittens, merchandise, and much more! is your one stop shop for all of your 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics gear, offering all the merchandise and apparel you need from all participating countries.

Top 5 reasons to Watch the NFL Draft

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

The NFL Draft is one of my favorite times of the year. I listen to draft coverage all of April. I make my own mock draft. I’m even wearing a suit and Chicago Bears hat to work today (don’t judge me). Even if you aren’t as extreme as me, there are still plenty of reasons to watch the NFL Draft on Thursday night. Here’s a list of the top 5 reason to watch:

5. Draft “Experts”

Unlike other league’s drafts, the NFL Draft is extremely unpredictable outside of the top couple picks. Teams do a great job of disguising who they are targeting, and the draft is full of trades. This recipe makes it almost impossible for the best draft experts to get even 50% of their mock draft correct. Want to feel better about your last place March Madness bracket? Print off a few mock drafts from several experts and get your red marker ready.

4. Mispronounced names

Just like last year, the 2nd round of the 2012 NFL Draft will have former NFL Players announcing their team’s selection. With NFL alumni like Terrell Davis, Barry Sanders and Eddie George reading off their past team’s pick, there are sure to be some brutal pronunciations. Early favorites to have their name butchered on Friday night are Kelechi Osemele, Amini Silatolu, and Alameda Ta’amu.

3. Fashion Nightmares

Bow ties and draft hats are an amazing combination. Unfortunately the only events that these two are an acceptable combo are drafts. The NFL Draft always has its fair share of questionable fashion choices. The NFL draft will make everyone feel better about their wardrobe.

2. Watching the Last Player Left in the Green Room

I like to refer to this as the “train wreck pick”. You can’t help but feel bad for the player that is left staring at his phone waiting for it to ring. Aaron Rodgers is the most memorable individual to go through this painful experience. With 26 players invited to this year’s green room, there’s sure to be a few players left at the end of the first round.

1. Watching Dreams Come True

This is by far the best part of the draft. The real emotion that is displayed when these young men embrace their family members when they get that phone call saying they’ve been selected. The countless hours of training and sacrifice made by each player, and their supporting cast, culminates in this one moment. In my opinion the NFL Draft is the best reality television in existence.

And your Heisman Trophy Winner is….

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Robert Griffin the 3rd…when you first hear this name you might be asking yourself, who? Well wonder no more college football fans as Robert Griffin 3rd is your 2011 Heisman Trophy winner. The Junior quarterback from Baylor was an unknown pick this year, as many pundits believed he was a dark horse candidate to win this year’s Heisman. When the 2011 Vegas Heisman odds were posted back in July, Griffin wasn’t on the list and Baylor wasn’t expected to do much in their conference during the 2011 season. Even as mid-November rolled around, the Baylor quarterback was still not expected to come close to finishing first for the Heisman, especially because he faced some stiff competition this year.

Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, whom Robert Griffin almost played with a few years ago, and Alabama running back Trent Richardson were rumored favorites to win the coveted award but Griffin overcame the odds and put up some impressive stats to boot. The junior threw for 3,998 yards with 36 touchdowns passes, rushed for 644 yards and put up an additional nine touchdowns. Pretty good numbers for a kid who tore his ACL back in 2010.

It’s beyond amazing the Griffin could come from being so far behind in the race to winning the prestigious Heisman award. How did he do it? Perhaps his speech perhaps his acceptance speech said it best when he urged people to believe the impossible and go for it. “This moment…here is unbelievably believable,” Griffin said during his acceptance speech “but, it’s believable because great things don’t happen without hard work.”

Robert Griffin III accepting the Heisman Trophy

Robert Griffin III accepting the Heisman Trophy

Congratulations on your hard work and 2011 Heisman Trophy win, Robert Griffin. You earned it!