This smart basketball from Wilson tracks your stats. Inside, there’s a Bluetooth radio, low-power processor, and three-axis accelerometer that uses algorithms to track your baskets and bricks. Unlike other smart basketballs, the X Connected ball never needs a recharge; its battery is good for 100K shots or about 2 years of heavy use.
Misfit’s Speedo Shine is the world’s first activity tracker designed for swimmers. Inside the lightweight, aircraft grade aluminum case, motion-sensing algorithms track lap count and distance no matter what stroke you swim. It also works on land tracking walking, running, cycling, & sleep.
Made with leather from the rare Black Komodo dragon or even the elusive White Alligator. Nah, just kidding. Unofish offers premium basketballs handcrafted using deluxe Italian and imported leathers.
The handle of this bat is shaped like an axe handle. Testing and studies have shown that the patented handle improves bat control and power transfer, and also promotes safety. The bats are approved for official use by the USSSA & NCAA and are available with both composite and wood barrels.
This bluetooth & app-enabled smart soccer ball contains sensors that track your play data & sends it to your iPhone or iPod touch. Tracking flight trajectories, how hard the ball has been kicked, plus free kicks & corners, gives you lots of info to help focus your training.
The Huntington Baseball Co. makes classic baseball equipment. Their Burley Bat No. 5 is handmade from kiln-dried Northern White Ash and weighs in at 2.5lbs. For home-runs or self-defense, nothing beats the “crack” of a real wood bat.
The Brazuca is the official FIFA match ball for Brazil 2014, featuring a seamless construction and boasting FIFA’s highest performance rating for predictable trajectory, better touch, and low water uptake. If it works for the pros …
This is an easy one, the One World Futbol Project has teamed up with powerful partners to develop the world’s most durable soccer ball. It’s indestructible and never needs a pump. And for every ball you buy, one is donated directly to disadvantaged children worldwide through a vast network of global organizations aimed at improving the lives of kids through sport and play.
You could encourage your kid to put down the football and try a sport like fencing, kiteboarding, or tennis. Or, you can get them this impact sensor to wear under their football helmet. It measures and tracks impacts to the head, allowing players, parents, & coaches to monitor the damage without guesswork. When the light is red, it’s time to hit the bench.
Nike’e new Incyte ball is so good it was quickly put into play for pro league games in Spain, Brazil, Italy, & England. It strikes cleaner, travels faster & with Nike’s RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) visibility technology, the Incyte ball is even easier to see.