Leatherman’s latest stainless steel multi-tool is made with snowboarders in mind, so it has a beer opener. There are also some other tools somebody might need. And unlike your 5-oz. tube of personal lubricant, this tool is TSA compliant.
Shoveling up your own dirt trails requires weeks in the woods. And nobody’s got time for that. Shoretrax makes getting your pumptrack fix much easier. They created a portable, modular track system you can pull out of the back of your truck & set up anywhere.
The Xensr+ is a little puck you stick on your skis, snowboard, surfboard or whatever-board that tracks & accurately measures speed, route, distance, and jump height. Get rad & it’ll keep score. It just won the “Best In Show Award” at the Outdoor Retail show.
This is the first bike computer Polar has ever made and by the looks of the V650, they’re killing it right out of the gate. It computes & displays various ride data like heart rate, speed, distance, and altitude. It navigates and delivers more accurate GPS-powered speed and distance data and syncs with compatible accessories like your HR strap.
If you think your golf obsession is unhealthy now, wait until you’re up all night reviewing the stats that your Game Golf tracking system will generate. Using digital tags for your clubs, it tracks every stroke & club selection; it also displays your game on a map viewable via web or mobile, that you can share & compare with your computer friends.
When you’re all packed into your spandex for a ride, you want to keep your cargo to a minimum but you always want to be equipped for the inevitable flat. Here’s what you need: the lightest bike pump ever made. It’s made of carbon fiber, features a Presta tip, and weighs only 21 grams. Unfortunate name though.
Nothing says “I’m serious about this” like a custom-made, boutique roadbike. And in terms of technology, The Carby Road is legit: carbon frame & fork plus DT Swiss wheels & an Sram Red 22 group make it an easy choice for the hardcore cyclist. The spillover coolguy points that the Deus nameplate brings are an extra bonus.
You know you should always wear your helmet when you’re skiing or snowboarding but when you’re packing for that trip, the helmet is always a pain accommodate. Carrera solves the problem with their new foldable snow helmet. It features a smooth, low-profile design that is also EN1077-B certified for impact safety.
You might want to get out there and explore the winter wilderness before the snow stops falling forever. And when you go, you could bring no better snowshoes than these. Designed and built in Norway, they feature a unibody honeycomb design and a rocker profile that makes traveling by foot in deep snow easier than ever.