The Vapor Speed Driver was designed by and for Tiger Woods. This driver combines Nike’s FlyBeam-reinforced Covert Cavity Back design and a new Compression Channel all packed into a smaller head shape; a design that creates more stability, better launch conditions and faster ball speeds.
The electric wakeboard has arrived. This new carbon-kevlar watersport vehicle combines the speed of wakeboarding with the freedom of surfing—but you don’t need waves, this board has a built-in jet-propulsion motor that reaches speeds up to 25 knots. The battery lasts 30-minutes running at full speed and re-charges in just 1 hour.
Clean lines and a smooth, uncluttered exterior make the Thousand bike helmet a standout. The decidedly lo-fi look belies the tech: Seven air vents, a vegan leather chin strap & a pop-out port that allows you to lock it up with your bike.
This new runner’s watch from Garmin features a super-accurate built-in heart rate monitor designed by Mio. It is also equipped with a whole arsenal of activity tracking technologies. Yeah, now you can run without the awkward chest strap.
Endorsed by Superman/Super Surfer Laird Hamilton & designed by the founder of Bally Fitness Don Wildman, Golfboard is a hybrid blending the electric skateboard with a mountain board, a golf cart & a Segway. Powered by an efficient electric motor, this radical new golf course vehicle will carry you and your clubs like never before.
Constantly updated with current surf conditions delivered via bluetooth from the world’s leading surf forescaster, Surfline, Nixon’s new Ultratide watch is billed as the smartest surf watch ever, offering up-to-the minute reports from over 2700 global surf spots.
Small enough to fit in your hydration pack or seat bag, this cycling-specific multi-tool from Crank Brothers will solve your broken-bike roadside blues. It includes: a storage container for personal items, a patch kit, hex wrenches: #2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 8 plus phillips #2, & flat #2 screwdrivers & Torx t-25, & t-10.
Logic suggests that a bigger, heavier bike lock is a better bike lock. But if you’re carrying an 8-pound U-Lock in your pack, the 2.2-pound Litelok will sound pretty good. It also looks cool. Litelok’s creators used multiple innovative lightweight materials to create the composite strap, a material they call Boaflexicore. This material can withstand sustained attacks from hacksaws, bolt croppers & cable cutters. A funded Kickstarter project.
This electric bike seems like a real humdinger. It cruises along at 55mph & its Li-Ion battery boasts a 60-mile range on a full charge. It features electronic suspension, disc brakes, 26” Carbon wheels, plus an integrated iPhone holder & iOS app helps you track your ride routes as well controlling power/pedaling modes.
Bike thieves will steal any part of your bike that isn’t locked down; which means you basically have to disassemble it to lock it up. Security Wheelnutz will now let you leave the wheels on—they’re locking axle nuts that will only loosen up when the bike is 180º upside–down, so if you’ve got the frame locked up, you’re good. via