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BYU x Nike Deal

BYU and Nike have inked up a new 7-year contract to continue their all-sport footwear, apparel and equipment partnership through 2025-26. The new agreement between the two will more than double the annual value of the previous Nike agreement and will include annual cash compensation for BYU Athletics.

“We’ve had a relationship with BYU for nearly 40 years now. We don’t have a better relationship in the country, than the one we have with BYU. We are very proud of it. We love the relationship and the program.” - Phil Knight Nike Co-Founder.

BYU was one of the first universities in the country to join the Nike family back in the late-1970s. The partnership with BYU football dates back to a friendship between BYU football coach LaVell Edwards, Nike executive Bill Kellar and Nike co-founder Phil Knight.


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Nike Rivalry Gear

In honor of Rivalry week Nike has created a special Rivalry line for its top teams that will be squaring off against their rivals. The line includes special hoodies that feature each taem’s rally cry along with special jackets and polos. See the collection below.

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NFL Crucial Catch Gear

The NFL, its teams, players, the NFL Players Association, and the American Cancer Society are committed to the fight against cancer with this years Crucial Catch campaign. The NFL has expanded its work with breast cancer to address multiple types of cancer. Each team will wear special hats, shirts, and hoodies pregame and during the game on the sidelines.


Crucial Catch Hats

Crucial Catch Hoodies

Crucial Catch T-Shirts

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Athleisure Picks of the Month

With the "Athleisure" trend on the rise, our team has gathered some of our favorite pieces. This top 10 list will be updated monthly to include some of the latest releases from the big brands and more. 

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