Callaway’s Ft-IQ Driver hits balls faster, straighter and farther, thanks to a hyperbolic face, high moment of inertia and precise center of gravity which reduces backspin.
Sure, you say you’re buying Porsche Design’s sled for the kids, but with an aluminum frame, stainless steel runners, faux leather seat and “Porsche” stamped on top… stop kidding yourself.
Fight Night Round 4’s trailer is an aspiring boxer’s dream, pitting Muhammad Ali against Mike Tyson; imaginary matchups aside, it’ll feature more realistic knockouts and fighting styles.
Skate 2’s intro movie is a who’s who of pro skateboarders, with everyone from Rob Dyrdek and Big Black to Jerry Hsu; it’s pretty well directed, even with the quirky prison setting.
Add inches to your leap and shave seconds of the dash with STS’ Strength Shoes; their frontal platforms plyometrically work the calves by putting 100% of your weight on them.
Bicyclists need not be excluded from the ski slopes with Ktrak’s Rear Drive Kit; it’ll bolt onto your existing mountain bike frame, adding a ski up front and a track system behind.
Perfect for those with thrill-seeking Type T personalities, The Sharp End is an exhilarating rock climbing video with everything from free solos and high-lining to BASE jumping.
Skatiens is a French troupe that literally upends the idea that skateboards are for feet only; although they’re not skating per se, the tricks they do with their hands are pretty cool.
Forget HDTV: the NFL and 3ality Digital will show next week’s Raiders vs. Chargers game live in 3D at three theaters in LA, New York and Boston. Too bad it’s not open to the public.
Quick Fire Pool does away with opponents and pits you against the timer; basically, pocket as many balls as you can in a given time, with extra time and points for special moves.
It looks like an 8-bit NES game exploded in your pants, but Burton’s Pixelated Waterfall One Piece has been getting rave reviews for its heat retention, breathability and 10k waterproof rating.
It doesn’t get much more real for skateboarders than these two Steiner Sports decks, hand signed by pro legend Tony Hawk and Bam Margera of CKY and MTV’s Jackass.
Based in Costa Mesa, CA, skate company Cyanide has a style that’s “dead” on for us: their skateboard decks (printed by Deckpeck) feature the Four Horsemen; the line art is killer.
Even those who don’t skate will find Touchgrind to be worth some “air”-time; it’s a simple iPhone app that uses your fingers to ride the board. The game will be available late November.
There are RVs and then there’s the Nike 6.0 ill Mobile Truck; this skate ramp on wheels comes with a BBQ and camper shell; it’s also armor plated and based off an Adam Haynes design.
Manchester United fans, your watch has come: Hublot’s Red Devil Bang sports a red and yellow colorway on a black ceramic case; the 45 min. timer equals a soccer match half.
Made with solid oak + stainless steel and fitted with a chunky glass top, this Offside Football Coffee Table’s dual functionality is designed to minimize any objections of the feminine kind.
Sportline’s Heart Rate Watches mesh analog design with an LED ECG display; far from being a boring medical instrument, these watches are actually pretty stylish for a heart monitor.
Adidas and the NBA have teamed up to release Team Signature kicks for players like Kevin Garnett, Dwight Howard and Tracy McGrady; they’ll be dropping throughout the next few months.
For golfers who like high-tech, Ogio’s Anomaly Golf Bag features a lightweight exo-skeletal frame, a 10″ Uniter 15 club top, 3-point ergo handle and 13 accessory pockets. Thanks, Ben!
K2’s Auto bindings feature a cable fed tow strap, eliminating the need to use two ratchets and ensuring an even hold across the entire foot: in short, very shreddable. Thanks, Ben!
There’s nothing like a Darth Vader bowling ball rolling down your lane to force push those pins into submission; made by Vis-a-Ball, there are other notables like Yoda and Boba Fett.
We’re always a fan of epic football movies, and The Express seems to be no exception. Starring Dennis Quaid and Rob Brown, it’s about the first African American to win the Heisman.
World Golf Tour is a beautifully rendered golfing sim, all the more amazing that it’s free and playable online. Based on the Bali Hai course in Vegas, it uses Google Earth-like tech.
The Skate Pack is Incase’s latest collab with Paul Rodriguez. Although made for skateboards, generous padding, airflow channels and a wealth of pockets make it great for laptops, too.
Just in case you haven’t picked up your copy of NBA 2K9 (which arrives today), this launch trailer (go Baron!) should seal the deal: those graphics looks damn near realistic.
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