Do we ever outgrow sledding? Nah. Now, get serious and bomb the hills on a Hammerhead Pro XLD. This isn’t your childhood sled. With a flexible steering system, mesh bed and swappable ski rails, this snow jumper boasts super bike handling, BMW comfort, and Ferrari speed. Let it snow.
Created by athletes interested in improving their gear, Spy’s Optic Zed Snow Goggles push eyewear’s technological limits. A durable, uni-body frame construction and patented Scoop ventilation system eliminates fogging and provides 100% UV protection. Slip these on and focus on your view rather than your vision.
Nike’s Total 90 Ascente Ball isn’t just a ball – it’s a technological masterpiece. With a 360 degree sweet spot, this sphere is engineered to fly faster and more accurate than any other. Even better – spectators will marvel at the flickering graphic image left behind as the ball hits the back of the goal.
Two centuries ago when MLB was comprised only of the National League, northpaw pitcher, Albert Spalding, and short stop power-hitter, Ross Barnes, were tossing stones resembling the Lemon Ball. For the die-hard fan, this vintage-style baseball is the cornerstone of your memorabilia collection.
Finally someone has designed a boot that’s actually comfortable and easy to walk in. Apex’s Alpine Ski Boot features a light-weight, carbon chassis built around a boot that heat-molds to the foot. It’s boa lacing system allows for infinite adjustments, staying secure even when hitting the bumps. Most notable, the “A-flex” system, corrects the forward lean – no longer will you look like you’ve got something up your seat when walking to the lodge.
With the PDW Poco Pump in your pocket, no longer will a flat bike tire kill your ride. That’s right – a tire pump in your pocket. Toss the pump head onto your schrader/presta valve, twist the lock-lever, and pump the bamboo handle. In a race? Screw a CO2 cartridge into the top – you’ll be up and riding in a matter of seconds.