Intersport Elverys’ Workout In The Reebok Everchill TR

Reebok kindly invited 22 Intersport Elverys’ staff over to Manchester to push their limits in a special fitness class to test the new Everchill TR 2.0 training shoe – exclusive to Intersport stores!

It proved to be a fantastic opportunity for our staff to get hands-on with the new shoe and apparel range all while challenging themselves to push their boundaries. Also present was Irish influencer and Personal Trainer, Maeve Madden.


About the Everchill TR 2.0

The Everchill TR 2.0 – the ultimate all-round training shoe. With its versatile and supportive qualities, it’s built for any and every kind of training at the gym from lunges, burpees to push-ups and more!

A special liquid foam provides a lightweight fit and great cushioning while a rubber outsole delivers traction and durability.  The 360 ventilation system keeps your feet cool – even during the toughest kind of workout.

The perfect accompaniment to the shoe, is the Reebok apparel range, which you can see is here ->


You can shop the women’s and men’s Everchill TR2.0 shoe and training range HERE

Nike Mercurial Superfly CR7 Chapter 5

The Real Madrid icon’s newest CR7 series boots are back and the latest instalment are called ‘Chapter 5: Cut To Brilliance’. They pay homage to his records of becoming the fastest player to score 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 La Liga goals.


The design inspiration? Well it’s goals, goals, and more goals. Nike have also included the date of Ronaldo’s Real debut with the words “El Sueno Del Nino” which translates to ‘the dream of the child; that is how the Portuguese forward described the feeling of joining the Madrid giants in 2009.

Ronaldo added; “The details of the white boots – the colour, the diamonds – they are beautiful.

I am sure, 100 percent, people are going to like it”. 

You can expect the Portuguese superstar to be wearing his new wheels in time for Real Madrid’s upcoming Champions League games against Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur.


The new ‘Chapter 5: Cut to Brilliance’ boots arecavailable now online and in-store.

Check them out HERE




Get Marathon Ready With Intersport Elverys

You can get very attached to your running shoes, but with the Dublin marathon just around the corner, it might mean that it’s time for a new pair. When you’re choosing a new pair of shoes, your pronation level is one of the most important aspects to think about, but you shouldn’t forget the fit of the shoe, your speed, weight, running style and preparation. To ensure you’re ready for the race with the right running gear, call in-store at Intersport Elverys to talk to our expert running staff where we have our hugely popular Footbalance service.

Some marathon runners are just looking to complete the course – others are targeting a time. Depending on your goals, you’ll need a different shoe. To check out our HUGE range of running footwear, for the expert or the novice, click here ->



To help with choosing the right shoe, Asics are offering you a risk-free opportunity to try ASICS footwear for 60 days so you can try ASICS footwear for a period of at least 30 days and let you feel the difference their footwear provides.

If you buy any pair of Asics runners, online or in-store, we will refund consumers who have purchased and have been testing ASICS footwear for a minimum of 30, and up to a maximum of 60 days. Consumers who are not 100% satisfied with their choice during this period will be eligible for a refund on their purchase.

To be eligible for the ASICS’s 60 days Money Back Guarantee, you must have bought ASICS footwear between 1st September and 31st October. From there, you can register your dissatisfaction and be refunded via ASICS 60 days Money Back Guarantee website. Consumers only need to tell ASICS – in more than 15 words – why they did not like the product. The money will be then refunded into the consumer’s bank account. Click here for more details.



The ASICS 60 days Money Back Guarantee claim form will be available on this website from 1st October 2017.

If you bought the product via an ASICS official retailer, and if you are not 100% satisfied with your choice, please complete the claim form on this website with your correct personal details (after minimum of 30 days and up to a maximum of 60 days after your purchase).

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Adidas Launch New Z.N.E Pulse Collection

Last month, adidas Athletics debuted its new Z.N.E. Pulse collection in London and Intersport Elverys went along to witness the unveiling. The new range of apparel was inspired by athletes—specifically, their increasing heartbeats before a game.

In order to get the best results possible, adidas worked directly with their athletes during the development process. Designers picked the players’ brains about what they wanted the pieces to look like, what materials were most comfortable, and any innovations they wanted to see.

“In Athletics, we constantly aim to enable athletes to give their best, by providing them with apparel that makes them feel comfortable and allows them freedom of movement without distraction,” said Christina Schramm, Senior Design Director.

The collection includes the new Z.N.E Pulse 2.0 and the Z.N.E Pulse Knit hoody and tapered sweatpants for men, as well as sweats and a long cover-up for women—all of which were made with breathable merino wool. Each piece has features made to fit the lifestyle of an athlete. The slightly oversized hoodie, for instance, was designed to help athletes block out paparazzi camera flashes. The fabric used for the knit hoodie also ensures the wearer stays cool.

The collection will be worn by a selection of leading athletes from across a range of sports. This includes Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, basketball stars James Harden and Jamal Murray and leading tennis player’s Angelique Kerber.


The collection feels good,” says Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray, who was one of the adidas athletes present at Z.N.E. Pulse collection launch in London. “I can wear it any time, whether I’m training or not. I can wear it to all my events. I like it. It’s comfortable.

The adidas Athletics Z.N.E. Pulse collection will be available at Intersport Elverys ->



What The Supporters Mean to Mayo’s Brendan Harrison

Mayo are just one win away from making history and are aiming to end a run of three All-Ireland defeats since 2012 but more importantly, they are hoping to bring home Sam Maguire for the first time since 1951.

Intersport Elverys are proud sponsor of the Green and Red and it’s great to see the player’s passion and dedication to the game translate into winning momentum. We are also delighted to be the player’s destination for GAA boots, supplying them with the latest and greatest styles.

As part of our #WherePassionsUnite campaign, we caught up with All-Star corner-back, Brendan Harrison, to hear what motivates the Mayo man and what the supporters mean to him


Talk to me about the Mayo supporters and how it affects your game?

The Mayo supporters, they’re like no other supporters, they’ll follow you all over the country, they’ve gone through a lot of disappointment, they’ve gone through a lot of ups a lot of downs but they’re always there. They’ve always got our back. They’re always there to cheer us on or when we’re down they’ll try and urge us on. Any time, like homecomings after losing All Irelands or after losing games, they’re there to pick us back up again and I don’t think there’s any supporters out there like them.


What do you love about football, where does the passion come from?

Representing my county, my parish, the lads that I grew up with, when they’re wishing you luck, they’re the guys that you worked hard with when you were younger before you got onto the county scene. We’re family, all the good luck messages. Look it, when you’re in the middle of it, it’s tough going and it’s tough getting to all the training sessions and getting out in the hail and the rain and when you look back on it and look over the year that’s when you can kind of put a smile on your face and say it was all well worth it.


What was a career highlight in your life and what you specific memory about that is?

One of the ones I was thinking of, was marching around All Ireland final day, with the people that you’ve gone through hell with, you remember when you were a kid being in the stand looking down on these guys marching around in front 82,000 people and now you have the opportunity to be out there with them and then the guys behind you, you’ve gone through hell and back with them throughout the year, good times and bad times and you’re ready for battle, and that would be a big highlight for me. Thinking back how proud I felt to be out there to put on the Mayo jersey, I suppose and represent my county.


Describe to me how that feels?

You feel confident, a little bit nervous about the game ahead but you still have a smile on your face going around thinking after all the work you’ve gone through over the years to get to that position and now you have your opportunity to go out and do it. It’s a feeling, like, I’ve  finally made it to the place where I dreamt about playing when you’re out your backyard pretending you’re out in front of 82,000 in Croke Park, it’s just a surreal feeling.


Describe to me what it’s like running out into Croke Park on All Ireland final day when there are 82,000 people there?

I suppose running out on All-Ireland final day, the noise you can’t hear 2 yards away from you, it’s electric. There’s a serious buzz, there’s music playing, it’s different to most other games but it’s a serious feeling but then saying that once you get into your warm-up and get going for all you know you could of been out in front of nobody, you’ve the blinkers on and you don’t realise where you are you’re just so focused on getting in and getting the job done


What’s your motivation that keeps you going?

For me, my main motivation, is pure competition, the guy I could be marking in a few weeks time, he’s probably out running or he’s getting into the gym so if I want to compete with him I need to be going into the gym and maybe doing a bit more, run a extra kilometre, do the extra work, to win your battle on the day. I wouldn’t visualise a specific person, more so, my opposite number, just thinking about a guy I could be marking is out there right now working right now so If I have any chance of competing with him I have to get off the couch or get out of bed and get out there and work hard


Is there something in particular that you love about the game that most people might not enjoy?

I love the feeling after working hard, after a real tough session, where you slogged it out when you get into bed that night after the training session you lie down and you have a sense of satisfaction that your got something done today and worked hard and it will help you later on in the year when you have to go to the reservoir for it again. Especially on game days you’re thinking about it, different training sessions that you went through or the days when you were nearly getting sick trying to get yourself up to the standard. They’re the things that are going through your mind when you’re going onto the team bus to a match, thinking about all the work you’ve done that it’s in the bank and you can do the miles when you start the game.

On that what motivates you to keep going? There has to be a core belief that you can go and win the All Ireland?

I think it’s just pure competitiveness, if you’re in the sport, if you’re in any sport, no one likes to be losing so you’re going to keep at it, you’re going to keep working and you’re going to work harder than you did last year to try to get there. I don’t think the people in Mayo will ever stop; we’ll keep going at it. I wouldn’t be in it if I didn’t think we could win an All Ireland.


From everyone at Intersport Elverys, we wish Mayo GAA the very best of luck in the upcoming All Ireland final. We’re behind them no matter what.

Get geared up for the final – shop MAYO GAA here

Henry St: An Entirely New Intersport Elverys Experience

New store, new staff and an entirely new Elverys Intersport experience.

Opening a new store will always be cause for excitement, and when that store is going to be a company-first, state-of-the-art shopping experience, that excitement sky-rockets. Henry Street is going to revolutionise the sports offering on Dublin’s North Side and our team could not be more eager to hit the ground running. We decided to talk to some of our new team and find out what they are most excited for, what sports they play and what they can bring to the table in terms of knowledge, experience and brand enthusiasm.


Sinead Quinn and Shane Gore: Our Football Experts


What advice would you give to someone just starting out?

Sinead:  Train as much as possible and workout every day to keep on top of your fitness.

Shane: The best advice I could give would be to listen to your coaches, improve your skills through the drills and information you learn in training. Most of all, enjoy yourself!


If you had to wear one brand for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sinead: Nike- They are a fashionable brand and leaders in sports, running and training clothing.

Shane: Nike


What are you most looking forward to in Henry Street?

Sinead:  I’m most looking forward to the new technology in store and working with a great, new team.

Shane: I am most looking forward to working in one of Dublin’s busiest shopping streets and being able to deliver amazing customer service with an excellent team.


David Mongey: The Gaelic Football Go-To

What advice would you give to someone just starting out?

David: Start with the basics. Learn how to pick up, bounce and solo the ball correctly. When these are mastered, move on to the more difficult skills of kicking, handpassing and fielding the ball. Try to watch as much of the sport as possible and pick-up skills from that.


What are you most looking forward to in Henry Street?

David: The Nike football boot wall! It is supposed to be one-of-a-kind and I am looking forward to seeing it in person.


If you had to wear one brand for the rest of your life, what would it be?

David: Adidas


The Golf Guru: Sarah Lacey

What advice would you give to someone just starting out?

Sarah: You will only play good golf, if you are in a good mood, so just go out there and have some fun!


If you had to wear one brand for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sarah: Nike


Niamh O’Brien & Sarah Mahoney: The Gym Fitness Fans

What advice would you give to someone just starting out?


Niamh: Always push yourself and your limits, it’s all worth it in the end, for a better you.

Sarah: Starting off in the gym can be daunting and I was quite nervous that all the more experienced people would be judging me. Having a personal trainer gave me confidence to go to the gym and feel l knew what I was doing, so I’d recommend a session or two with a professional so you can be confident and so you don’t injure yourself.


If you had to wear one brand for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Niamh: Under Armour all the way! I don’t think there is another brand out there that is as comfortable, well fitting and stylish.

Sarah: In terms of sports brands, I would struggle to pick between Nike and Adidas as I love them both for different reasons. However, I would probably choose Nike at this current moment.

What are you most looking forward to in Henry Street?

Niamh: I’m most looking forward to the new experience, starting a fresh new project with a great team.

Sarah: I’m looking forward to seeing the new layouts and ideas Elverys have for a new more modern store. I am also looking forward to seeing the wide range of Nike stock we will have, with them being our biggest brand in the store and Nike being my current favourite!


Sean Carey: A head for Hurling

What advice would you give to someone just starting out?

Sean: Be very confident in your ability.

What are you most looking forward to in Henry Street?

Sean: I am most looking forward to working with a great team.

If you had to wear one brand for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Sean: Under Armour


Be sure to check out the new state-of-the-art store, opening on Henry St on Monday, 11th Sept.