Due out Spring 2010, Nike’s Method line of putters is official; it consists of 5 models, all with polymer grooves that dampen vibration and put forward spin on the ball.
Oakley’s Tool Pocket 2.0 sports a 70 oz. hydration system and anti-microbial protection; the top-loading mid-sized backpack weighs in with 250 cubic inches of space.
Other than hoisting young cows, weightlifting doesn’t get much more old school than kettlebells; Weider’s Powerbells is a modern take with adjustable weights that range from 5-40 lbs.
Made specifically for skiers, Oakley’s Hounds Mountain Glove features grippy silicone on the palms, a 5,000mm waterproof rating, 3M Thinsulate, antimicrobial lining and goggle wipe.
Cowboys are sadly a dying breed, with well-dressed ones even more so: The Cowboy in the Continental Suit is a wordless, slickly shot film featuring real-life rider Rocky McDonald.
Lineaus Athletic Company’s footballs and punching bags may be pricey, but they’ll last forever; each is made with chrome tanned leather and double lock-stitched polyester thread.
It’ll be hard getting guys to sign up for a “safety” helmet, but Rawlings S100 withstands baseball impacts of up to 100 mph thanks to its polypropylene and composite insert structure.
Any Skate player who has spent hours perfecting tricks will appreciate this Best of Skate Highlight Reel; it’s put together by the devs and features the best and worst player clips.
It’s not exactly the kind of exercise couch potatoes need, but this Popcorn Basketball Bowl lets hard core sports junkies get in a game of hoops in between gorging on butter and salt.
The 2010 Polaris 600 Rush is a tough snowmobile to miss: a unique, progressive-rate rear suspension that won’t bottom out along with a stiffer chassis makes it a potential game changer.
Used by NASA in the 1960s to condition astronauts’ bodies for space travel, the Spaceball Trampoline mixes volleyball and basketball and features elastic vertical and horizontal walls.
Consider Nixon’s Outsider Tide watch future proof: it has tide info for 200 beaches for the next 15 years, a digital dual time display, stopwatch, countdown timer, and wave counter.
You’ll look like a floating hamster, but this Walk on Water Ball features inset cups that grip the water so you can race across pools like a rodent Michael Phelps; it inflates to 6 feet in size.
Leica lends its pricey and prestigious name to the Pinmaster, a laser rangefinder that can “pin”-point the distance to a pin; it’s good up to 820 yards with 7x magnification and auto-dimmer.
Underneath King Arthur’s Court was also King Arthur’s lesser-known bowling alley: Bowling Knight tasks you with taking out the roundtable’s finest without knocking over the princess pin.
If you’re picky with your putters, Tom Slighter’s Slighter Golf Company will custom make a putter just for you; customers choose everything from the length and weight to sight alignment.
We’d prefer ninjas, but this Pirates vs. Castle Foosball table is an awesome alternative to run-of-the-mill sports tables; it’s almost entirely made of LEGO pieces, down to the handles.
Shaped by Rodney Smith and Chuck Hults, Element’s Travel Well skateboards are clearly vintage-inspired, with hard top edges, retro-style trucks and 50s-60s era graphics.
Diddo’s Shark Attack Wetsuit gives new meaning to carving the waves: it’s part of a series of texture-mapped suits that include anatomic musculature, rust and whale shark patterns.
Due out July 15th, the new Nike+SportBand features a high-contrast screen with white background, improved water-resistance with a welded seal and compatibility with iPods and iPhones.
Promoting Red Bull’s upcoming X-Fighters, FMX legend Robbie Madison takes on London’s Tower Bridge; not content to merely jump the span, he does a no-handed backflip.
Designed for surfers, Nixon’s Ground Swell Backpack features a water-resistant shell, wetsuit pocket, front organizer, waterproof wax pocket and a padded, reinforced back panel.
Perfect for frat houses and college dorms everywhere, Tobias Franzel’s Ping Pong Door turns every knock into an opportunity for a neighborly paddle-on-paddle buttwhoopin’.
And a thousand Penny Arcade fans squealed in delight: Cardboard Fighting League is a real-life Seattle-based group that’s heading to the East Coast 7/11 and 7/12 to recruit new members.
Limited to 3,000 pieces, Suunto’s Core Extreme is a premium version of their flagship multifunction watch; it includes an altimeter, barometer, compass and chrono in a black case.
Resembling a sleek Stormtrooper helmet, Lazer’s Tardiz Helmet his US shores this summer; a two-piece design releases hot air while its Aquavent uses water to cool your head.
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