You don’t play tennis with a wooden racket or catch fish with a wooden rod so why take to the hills for the extreme winter sport of sledding with toboggan technology from a hundred years ago? You shouldn’t. The Snolo is a high performance carbon fiber sled that glides and corners like a rally racer. Fold it up, strap it to your back and hit the backcountry.
With snow already on the ground in places like Tahoe, Colorado, and Washington, winter is rushing in. Before you know it, you’ll be freezing your ass off but if you get a pair of these heated, fleece-lined leather gloves, at least your hands will stay warm. Heating is regulated automatically and they recharge via a cable in the cuff, just like your phone.
Cruising around the ski resort with a camera suction-cupped to your helmet looks about as cool as those stripes shaved into the side of your head. Sure, YOLO but why not keep your video-selfies to yourself? These new goggles with a 170º fisheye HD cam built into the frame offer a more stealthy way to capture your POV pow-shredding.
The wall calendar you really want to hang in your office will get you an uncomfortable meeting with the lady in HR and some “sensitivity training.” Avoid that whole mess by hanging one of these vintage college football calendars up. If you can’t see some real skin, why not some classic pigskin?
TufRacks are made for serious bikers who don’t trust strapping they’re steed to a crappy sports store bike rack. They’re constructed of super-strong laser cut 16-gauge steel and guaranteed indestructible. The modular design makes it easy to set up a custom rack for your ride.
You know you’re a hardcore cyclist when a bike shoe modeled after an alpine mountaineering boot is on your wish list. Built to withstand deep snow with a Vibram sole, and keep you warm with 200g Thinsulate plus a Cordura outer, this SPD-compatible shoe could be the best winter bike boot ever. Available December 2012.
When your pals tell you your back swing is suspect or that your follow through is uglier than Tiger’s new girlfriend, it’s hard to know if they’re right or just bustin’ chops. The Golf Shooter gives you the truth. It’s a mount for your iPhone 4/4s that you stick right in the turf for filming, helping you honestly document and analyze your swing.
People have been golfing for hundreds of years. Honestly, it’s sorta sad it took so long for this thing to emerge. The Par 6 is a stealth cooler that hides in the shoe pocket of your golf bag. Holds a six-pack. Genius.
We all want to be better swingers. This is the world’s first 3D portable swing sensor. The small, lightweight sensor syncs with your smartphone via bluetooth & attaches to your glove (not your club) to generate rich, accurate swing data. It detects acceleration, velocity, tempo, position and posture of the device and the club by calculating sensor data at rates over 1,000 times per second.