Take aim on the greens like never before with the TaylorMade Corza Ghost Putter ($160). The Corza Ghost is a mallet-style putter that features a striking white body that works together with three black alignment lines on top and a circular hole in the back that helps you line up your putts visually, eliminating potential distractions and maximizing contrast to draw you in. Once you're all lined up, the high-MOI head helps the ball along its intended path while an AGSI+ insert on the face helps to promote smooth forward roll. $160 isn't cheap, but it's a bargain compared to the season's worth of bar tabs your buddies will be picking up once you start busting them on the course.
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Inspired by professional mountaineer Ueli Steck, these new Wenger Titanium Knives ($140-$200) promise maximum utility in a lightweight package. The blade on all three knives is 50 percent thicker than standard blades and offers six functions, while — depending on the model — you'll also get extra appendages like a wood saw, bottle opener, file, wire stripper, can opener, and key ring.
Normally when we hear stories about luxury cars and soccer, they're about pro players and their fancy new rides — so the Audi Design Soccer Table (€12,900; roughly $18,300) is a nice breath of fresh air. Bringing its considerable design chops to the game of foosball, Audi created a table worthy of its name, with a sleek brushed aluminum frame, high-end table components, slick integrated score markers, and an eye-grabbing glossy green pitch.
Did your gas grill arrive without the wood chip box you crave? Rectify the situation with the Smoker Box ($40). Made from heavy gauge stainless steel, it can be filled with a wide variety wood chips or herbs that sit in the bottom of the box while your meat sits on top of a perforated tray, ready to soak in the flavor. A must have for summer.
When is a jacket not a jacket? When its a sleeping bag and tent as well. The JakPak ($250) combines a waterproof rain jacket, sleeping bag, and tent into a single piece of clothing, made from 3.1 oz urethane coated ripstop nylon, with the sleeping bag folding down from the inside of the jacket's rear, the tent folding out of a pocket on the back, and your traditional hiking backpack looking forlorn as its reason for being slips away.
You'd better be pretty confident in your product to name it "King," but we're guessing that's not a problem with the Thermos Stainless King ($20-$25) line. Available as a travel mug, beverage bottle, or food jar, these hardcore containers feature unbreakable stainless steel interiors and exteriors, leak-proof lids, the ability to handle both hot and cold items, and a gorgeous blue finish worthy of royalty.
Imagine being able to get up to speed on a skateboard without the need for a ramp, hill, or push-off. Now imagine that you could control the throttle with a simple controller. What you imagining is one of these Fiik Skateboards ($TBA). Powered by magnetic motor and a rechargeable lithium battery, they feature a digital wireless trottle control system, ABS brakes, oversized trucks, and a variety of wheels and decks, and the ability to zoom at over 20 mph without so much as touching the ground.
Sure, the Vespa scooter holds a certain place in the minds of urban dwellers, but if you want a real piece of two-wheel history, look no further than Lambretta — and then grab one of these Heritage Helmets (£150; roughly $240). Designed to compliment classic Lambretta scooters but stylish enough to work with any design, these official Trade Marked Lambretta helmets will add that last little touch to your eco-friendly ride.
No, not the history of snowboards — history on snowboards. These Great Dudes Of History Snowboards ($400) by YES feature the visages of some of modern history's most noteworthy dudes, including Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., Einstein, Haile Selassie, John Lennon, and JFK, while offering plenty of performance thanks to a power wood core, an asymmetrical shape, and a stone and diamond structured base for maximum glide and durability.
You don't have to be a college-age drunkard to enjoy a spirited game of beer pong, but the required furniture tends to expose the game's juvenile roots. Until now. The Custom Beer Pong Table ($750) takes the tailgating favorite and moves it into lounge territory, with a seamless poplar wood exterior, red plexiglass triangles lit from underneath by LEDs, detachable rear panels for easy maintenance, and a great-looking curved body that's more at home in a swanky home bar than in a frat house basement. [via]
Hedonism is all about pursuing the pleasures of life, and it would definitely be pleasurable to sail away aboard the Hedonist Yacht ($TBA). This 63-foot vessel screams luxury, with a solid mahogany hull, three Rolls Royce Kamewa waterjets good for a top speed of 40 knots, the latest in navigation equipment, a build so solid that no screws or plastic is visible at point, and an interior that rivals those of even the swankiest hotels. [Thanks, Evan]
Warmer weather is on its way — time to bust out the grills, drop-tops, short sleeves, and bikes. The James Perse Cruiser ($2,500) is a fine example of the latter, mixing classic mid-century design with modern looks and materials, including a hydroform steel frame, hand-aged leather seat and grips, extra wide 2" rims and 2.125" tires, and a one-speed coaster brake hub that's perfect for cruising. Choose from matte black, dark orange, khaki green, or antique white.