Gamer Grub is an unusual energy drink that sounds like a geek’s typical diet; with flavors like Action Pizza, Strategy Chocolate and Racing Wasabi, we really hope this tastes good.
We love multifunction gear, which is why we like Suunto’s Core Watch: designed for outdoorsy types, it packs an altimeter, barometer and compass. Oh, and it tells the time, too.
Skate 2 isn’t just another skater game; it frees the player to get on and off their board at any time. Feeling obnoxious? You can even kick your skateboard at innocent passersby.
Just in time for winter, Nike has launched a Snowboarding line. Above, their Zoom Force 1 boots are designed in collaboration with Stash and styled after their Air Force 1 shoes.
Delta 7 Sport’s Ascend mountain bike features an “IsoTruss” lattice that isn’t just for show; it’s made with carbon fiber and kevlar, allowing for a frame that weighs just 1.8 lbs.
Brunswick Billiards’ Manhattan Pool Table is designed for the billiard elite, with Ebony or Mother Of Pearl sights, 1″ slate and stainless steel legs. Available in both 9 ft and 8 ft. sizes.
Fellow man cave dwellers: this Viper Football Table is metal-riffic, with solid metal robot players, stainless steel action poles, metal cup holders and a mirror black on chrome finish.
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.
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.
Using a motion sensor a-la-Wii, the Fitbit tracker can monitor your exercise levels and the quality of your sleep. The portable clip-on form factor and Wi-Fi syncing are tres cool, too.
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.
This latest trailer for the upcoming Pro Evolution Soccer 2009 shows off its Teamvision system as well as more realistic physics; they’ve got Ronaldo’s famous free kick down cold.
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.
It’s not as lux as the bespoke Opus Football, but the Diamond Plate Foosball table is still extra swank with diamond plate accents and a built-in MP3 player dock with speakers.
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.
It’s not quite Monday Night, but you can catch Sunday Night Football with Madden and Co. for free online; now if they could only get Frank Caliendo in on the action, we’d be good.
We like the Halex Wireless Phantom Dartboard’s detachable scoring unit; mount it to a portable display stand to keep track of scores from the toe line. Handles both soft and steel tip darts.
These Original 1892 Basketball Shoes replicate the design of the first basketball sneakers ever, albeit with modern niceties such as a built-in arch and cushioned insole.
Basketball games have come a long way on the consoles, enough so we had to do a double-take on this NBA 2K9 teaser. It’ll be on store shelves in October for Xbox 360, PS3 and PS2.
The possibilities are endless: a fake shark fin, beginner’s swim class at the local YMCA … all jokes aside, Sea-Doo’s Seascooters are ideal for divers with a max depth of 50m and speed of 3.3 mph.
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