You may have seen some nice ping pong tables before, but you've never seen one like this. The TravisMathew Glass Ping Pong Table is what it says on the tin, and even more striking than you'd imagine. The playing surface is a 300-pound sheet of polished edge glass, with service lines on the bottom as to avoid interrupting the smooth top. It's held up by a frame made from 1/8-inch wall structural steel, with milled joints and an auto-quality black paint job. It comes with two custom rackets, a wine bucket, 100 balls, and the satisfaction of knowing that your custom table was handmade and built-to-order in sunny Southern California.
It may have taken 20 years, but a legit hoverboard looks like it's finally here. The Hendo Hoverboard isn't another hoax, it's an actual hoverboard, complete with 4 hover engine housings on the bottom that help respond to your movements. The high-performance design makes this a smooth ride that currently relies on magnets to levitate the board over a metal surface, but the tech continues to improve, and could be ready for other surfaces soon as well.
Don't fear running out of juice on your next adventure — just pack a Brunton Revolt Power Bank along and you'll be fine. Powered by a massive 9000mAh lithium polymer battery, it provides up to six full smartphone charges from a compact body that's both shockproof and waterproof. A silicone exo-shell adds added protection against bad spills, an included 3-in-1 adapter lets you charge up via Micro USB, 30-pin, or Lightning, and Vibram undercarriage grips keep the device in place even on smooth surfaces.
It might feel a little unfair using high technology to hunt down and kill your obviously overmatched target, but when you bag that trophy kill, you'll be glad you're wearing these TrackingPoint Shotglass Shooting Glasses. Like Google Glass for the outdoorsman, these precision optics boast an integrated HD camera and wide-screen WQVGA display, and are powered by Android for easy video recording. But they're far more than just a face-mounted GoPro — when used in conjunction with the company's Precision-Guided Firearm systems they can provide you with two unique fields of view on every shot, and even the ability to shoot around corners (!) by leveraging the digital optics mounted on the gun.