This backpack designed for cycling is lightweight and it will stay that way because your laptop won’t fit in there. What will: a pair of shoes, a change of clothes. There’s also a little pocket for your phone, keys, and the like. Just the essentials for that ride in to the office.
This heavy-duty U-Lock style bluetooth bike lock reads a signal from your mobile device and is truly keyless; it unlocks when you get within 3-feet. Faster, easier, and one less key to lose.
Like every other new golf product that hits the market, these new putters from Nike might be that one magic ingredient that improves your game. But you’ll never know unless you buy one. They feature classic designs with modern technology, like Nike’s polymetal groove technology and they come in a variety of weight-balanced options to fit your needs & particular style of play. Available November 1st.
Why Garmin made their new S4 golf watch waterproof to 10-meters is a bit of a mystery but luckily it has a bunch of features you’ll actually use out on the links. It gives you daylight readable views of over 30,000 courses, calculates exact distances and gives course details and tracks all your shots and scores.
Adidas knows sports. That’s why their new touchscreen running watch does what it should. GPS mapping of runs & routes, heart rate monitor, music & real-time coaching on your wrist. Available November 1st.
Cheating your Nike Fuel Band for a fake high score is right up there with buying Instagram and Twitter followers. Shame-shame. But because it’s so easy, it’s rampant. That’s why Nike redesigned their new Fuel Band SE to be harder to cheat. They also offer several new functions like a sleep tracker and Bluetooth 4.0 plus they added some color.
In just one run down the bunny slope your Google glasses will be fogged up and iced over, so if you crave the same sort of heads-up display & data for your on-hill adventures, the Oakley Airwave 1.5 is the ticket. These goggles deliver legendary Oakley optics plus trail map display, GPS, MFi Bluetooth, and more.
Push tracks force, power, and velocity then analyzes these metrics so you know if your workouts are actually working. It also allows you to download workouts or create your own and share your amazingly in-depth strength data through social media, where hopefully it will not be ignored.
Continuing their tradition of following in Nike’s footsteps, Adidas just jumped into snowboarding with a line of boots developed with the sport’s top athletes. The Jake Blauvelt Pro Model boot takes style cues from the OG Samba, featuring the classic 3 stripe vamp and tech features like Recco rescue technology, Aerotherm thermal barrier, and natural odor-neutralizers.
Fortified Bike Lights was born when one of the brand’s founders had his bike light stolen & then got nailed by a car. The MIT grads at Fortified set out to design & develop a super-bright, anti-theft bike light & that’s exactly what they’ve done. Their Li-Ion powered headlight & taillight system is simple, solid, and comes with a no-questions-asked lifetime warranty.