Ball Boyz are back and looking at all things sports and fashion. To kick things off, co-hosts Kyle Hodge and Ian Servantes recap the biggest news of the week including Ralph Lauren's 50th Anniversary capsule collection with the New York Yankees, and Kanye West sharing the first look at the highly anticipated YEEZY basketball sneaker.

Last week, we took a closer look at our favorite on-field custom cleat moments in the NFL, this episode is no different. Odell Beckham Jr. and Nike team up again for a pair of track cleats inspired by American track star Michael Johnson, Carson Wentz proves he's Tim Tebow 2.0 with custom cleats spreading the Lords word, while Atlanta Falcons receiver Julio Jones pays homage to his teams rival city of New Orleans with mardi gras-inspired cleats.

For our New Era Recap Moment of the Week, Wesley Woodyard gets roasted by his Tennessee Titan teammates for a questionable "Narc" looking post-game outfit. Watch the video above, to see how the Ball Boyz react.

Also, we have to give a big thanks to New Era for hooking up the Ball Boyz with their new NFL Home and Away collection. This is the first year the NFL will be sporting Home and Away caps to celebrate all 32 teams. The "Home" edition features a side panel detail of the team’s uniform, while the "Away" edition unite fans with a rubber team crest on the front.

The collection is available right now on New Era's website. Grab yours, and go route for your favorite NFL team.

After, watch our previous episode as ‘Ball Boyz’ talk Jordan x PSG collab, Ryan Fitzpatrick stealing outfits,& more


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