The BoomCooler is one of the stranger mashups we’ve seen, with Sony’s Xplod audio system (600-W amp!) built into its cover. Oh yeah, it’ll store food too, but it’s gotta be dry.
Made Products’ no-nonsense, zipperless Seattle Sling is an impact-resistant bag that also keeps dirt, dust, sand and water out; it’s targeted towards globe trekking photographers.
Co-developed with MIT, Dainese’s highly mobile W-Frame racing suit features advanced ventilation tech, including a 3D bubble liner as well as intake and exhaust ducts.
With football season in full-swing, the Freedom Grill FG-900 is the perfect way to “cook” things off–this tow-behind trailer sports six burners with 99,000 BTU and two insulated storage bins.
Perfect for urban warriors, LA-based Freshjive’s Camo Backpack features a vertical shape and padded shoulder straps to spread the load. Available in regular and desert camo.
No, not Jedi Yoda–these awesome Yoda Skateboards are the work of Portuguese artist David Carvalho, produced in conjunction with Pop Cling. To preorder, email David here.
For fixie riders who demand technology along with speed, we suggest Trek Bikes’ District. It sports an ultra light Gates C-Drive carbon composite belt which is grease and lube-free.
What Motorola’s i576 cellphone lacks in looks, it makes up for with ruggedness. Military certified for dust, shock, vibration and extreme temps, it also includes Bluetooth and GPS.
Made for Alpine skiers, POC’s line of “sports armor” is patterned after insect exoskeletons. Pieces read like a medieval shopping list, with protection for the torso, spine and loin.
We’re really feeling the slick, two-toned semi-organic style of these All Mountain boots by Oakley. They’re waterproof and made with a full grain leather and microfiber upper.
These Vertigo Corsa boots look like something straight out of the future. Designed with Moto GP in mind, it features a thermoplastic ankle brace, shock absorbing heel cup and air vents.
Northwave’s Lizard Cycling Shoes are ideal for cross country and mountain bikers; their aptly-named “Jaws” soles have great grip, while triple velcro straps maximize support.
Traditional golfers tend to frown on Hybrid clubs, but most who try Adams Idea’s A3 Boxer Hybrids swear by them: they’re easier to hit with, and hit straighter, longer and higher.
So named because of its ability to boil two cups of water in two minutes with half the fuel, the Jetboil Personal Cooking System is portable and light, ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.
This is one deck you won’t thrash: DolceQ’s sexy skateboards are actually printed by Deckpeck. They allow artists to create their own custom decks and wheels as well as sell them.
It’s no coincidence that Becker’s 4.3″ Crocodile GPS unit (avail. 10/08) has a skin that resembles tire treads; it’s targeted towards motorcycle riders with a water resistant rubber coat.
Their ollie days are over, but these skateboards have found a second life as stairs; they’re found at the offices of Roarockit, a Canadian outfit that sells DIY skateboard deck kits.
The Asolo Flame GTX Hiking Boots get high marks, with an EVA midsole and TPU heel for comfort. The suede leather resists scuffing and water with the help of a Gore-Tex lining.
Skateboard packrats will dig Incase’s Skate Bag, which is a collab with pro-skater Paul Rodriguez. The bag not only has room for your board, but for extra decks, sneakers and more.
It ain’t called The World’s Handiest Ladder for nothing — this 12′ telescoping ladder can retract to the size of a small suitcase, making it extremely portable. It supports up to 250 lbs.
Outdoor seating doesn’t always have to be teak or cheap plastic; Egoparis’ aluminum and vinyl Kama Dyvan has a slick modular design that allows for multiple seating configurations.
Proof that companies have a sense of humor: above is EA’s response to a user who YouTube’d a video showing a Tiger Woods PGA Tour glitch where players could walk on water.
The Illum Cycling Jacket is a solar-powered safety jacket designed to light up cyclists on the road with electro luminescent panels. It’s surprisingly stylish too; we hope it gets made one day.
You can’t get much cooler than these Swany g.cell snowboard gloves, which feature a built-in bluetooth module, speaker and mic. In short, you can take phone calls directly from your hands.
The Stars Above is an inverted, semi-transparent 14″ globe that displays the major stars and the Milky Way. A calendar around its circumference makes this useful year round.
The Cockroach Artist Series is a collaboration between Zoo York and five renowned NYC artists. The subject: New York’s most infamous (yet resilient) resident, the roach.
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