The Most Can’t-Miss Remaining Sports Days of 2015

The year we've learned to call 2015 has already been a wonderful one in terms of sports.

We've seen Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors win an NBA title and the New England Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX in dramatic fashion. After months of speculation, The Undertaker finally returned to face off with Brock Lesnar.

With only a few months left to go before we turn the page on another calendar year, we decided to list the best remaining sports days in '15.

Spanning the vast and complex universe of sports, here are the gems we came up with. 

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The Most Can’t-Miss Remaining Sports Days of 2015

The year we've learned to call 2015 has already been a wonderful one in terms of sports.

We've seen Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors win an NBA title and the New England Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX in dramatic fashion. After months of speculation, The Undertaker finally returned to face off with Brock Lesnar.

With only a few months left to go before we turn the page on another calendar year, we decided to list the best remaining sports days in '15.

Spanning the vast and complex universe of sports, here are the gems we came up with. 

Begin Slideshow

Chesters Tennis Flops: I’m Walking On Tennis Balls

Chesters Tennis Flops

You can walk on sunshine, and you can do it while walking on tennis balls, too. Well, not on actual balls per se, but with Chesters Tennis Flops, your soles will be resting on the same felt material that the balls are made of. In case you’re worried about the slippers getting dirty from the rain and from the typical wear and tear that flip flops are normally subjected to, don’t. They’re covered with a non-toxic protective silicone-based coating which makes them resistant to water, sweat, and dust.

Chesters Tennis Flops are available for $27.

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