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Knox Handroid Gloves

Knox Handroid Gloves

Despite the name, these aren't some crazy Andriod-based Power Glove replacements — in fact, they're about the farthest thing from it. Knox Handroid Gloves ($TBA; March 2010) are designed to protect your pinchers when riding dirt bikes, ATVs, or other high-speed, minimal-protection vehicles. They accomplish this by offering exoskeleton protection, a system for stopping scaphoid injuries to the bone connecting the thumb to the wrist, honeycomb gel impact protection, wrist guard shrouds, and a BOA lacing system. [Thanks, Eric]

  • TaylorMade 2009 Burner Iron Set

    Improve your game from fairway to green with the TaylorMade 2009 Burner Iron Set ($700). With separately engineered long-, middle-, and short-irons, the 4-GW set features Inverted Cone Technology for an extra-large sweet spot, a multi-function sole to lower the center of gravity and reduce turf drag, and a multi-material cavity badge to dampen vibration while improving feel. We've been using these irons for most of the summer and, not coincidentally, had the best outings of our not-so-illustrious golfing careers. The Burners not only look better than any other irons — they play better too.

  • Lineaus Medicine Balls

    Whether you're training for a sport or simply getting in shape, Lineaus Medicine Balls ($260-$4,800) can help you on your way. Available in standard, heavy, football, rugby, squat bar, and punching bag varieties, each Lineaus is custom-made and numbered, with velvety chrome tanned leather exteriors that will last a lifetime.