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Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver

Long name, long drives. The Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver is the company's newest flagship, using clever technology to improve performance. During impact, a typical wood's crown bulges upwards while the sole moves downwards. The Epic and its Tour-ready Epic Sub Zero counterpart use a pair of parallel bars — dubbed Jailbreak Technology — to keep these pieces from flexing, instead transferring that energy to the face for faster ball speeds, added distance, and lower scores.

  • Strike Smart Baseball

    Unless you have expensive pro-level hardware, you're probably not getting as much out of your pitching sessions as you could. The Strike Smart Baseball gives you access to a wide variety of stats using nothing more than some sensors tucked inside the ball. With a full-grain leather cover and the exact same size, weight, and number of stitches as an official MLB ball, it feels just like any other. But when you throw it, it collects metrics like speed, spin rate, location, and rotation axis, then uses all this to give you a 3D trajectory of each pitch. It charges wirelessly, connects over Bluetooth, and lasts up to 12 hours per charge, so your arm will wear out long before it does.

  • Thousand Bike Helmet

    We know how important it is to wear a helmet while biking, but most are ugly, cumbersome, and uncomfortable. As a result, your helmet often gets left at home instead of keeping you protected. The folks at Thousand Bike Helmet have created a helmet you'll actually want to wear, featuring two sets of interior padding for a custom fit, a great looking rubberized matte finish, and eco-friendly leather fit straps with a magnetic lock. But what might be most impressive is the PopLock technology and their bike thief guarantee. When you leave your helmet behind, just pop the top and lock your helmet to your bike, and if it's stolen while locked, Thousand will replace it.

    Presented by Thousand.