11 cool Stranger Things products to turn you Upside Down for season 3

With the Netflix sci-fi hit set to return July 4, you can bring Hawkins home with everything from a bike like Dustin’s to a handheld unit that plays ’80s games. Come July 4, season 3 of Netflix supernatural thriller Stranger Things will bring Hawkins, Indiana, and its creepy monsters, spooky parallel dimensions and bad ’80s mullets back into our living rooms — and nightmares. To prepare for the return of Dustin, Lucas, Mike, Will, Max and crew, here are 11 (make that Eleven) products we spotted online that will get you in a Strange mood.  If you have a Mind Flayer to burn, you’ll want to get to it fast. Try a Schwinn bike modeled after the one Lucas Sinclair rides around Hawkins, Indiana. A headlight mounted to the handlebar gives you extra visibility while you’re out solving mysteries, and it even comes with a camo bandana like Lucas wears.  These baseball bobbleheads officially licensed by Netflix, MLB and the represented teams blend your favorite sci-fi show with your favorite sport. We can all agree a Demogorgon holding a San Francisco Giants jersey is the best kind of baseball fan, right? The bouncing baubles are expected to ship in Sept...

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Adidas headlines didn’t end with the brand’s failed bid to trademark its three stripes in the EU Wednesday. It has allegedly been hiding racial inequality in its workplace behind ad campaigns dominated by black celebrities, according to a report by the NYT. Adidas’s share of the North American sports footwear market has grown from 4% to 11% since 2015, bolstered in part by partnerships with black athletes and musicians including James Harden, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, and Kanye West. But fewer than 4.5% of the nearly 1,700 employees at its U.S. headquarters are black, while nearly 78% of employees at the company headquarters are white. Black employees anonymously told the NYT that they’re often discriminated against at the office. Adidas counts on influential black celebrities to market its products, but its representation gap has led to several public missteps reinforcing racist stereotypes. One example: It pulled a pair of white sneakers, meant to commemorate Black History Month, off the market earlier this year after customer backlash. It’s not just Adidas. Behind-the-scenes homogeneity has led to controversies in the broader fashion industry. Cabinet Drawer Slides Suppliers f...