Fishing cameras are nothing new. The GoFish Underwater Fishing Camera just updates the category for modern times. This cylindrical shooter attaches to your line and captures your angling adventures in 1080p, with built-in infrared lights to make sure you don't miss a shot due to darkness. The camera is stabilized, and has a 170° wide-angle lens, built-in microphone, and a rugged body that's waterproof down to 150m. All your footage is saved to a microSD card, and when it's time to head to shore, there's built-in Wi-Fi so you can easily offload and share your best clips.
Legend has it that modern skateboarding was invented by surfers in California who wanted to continue shredding even when there were no waves to be had. The Iris Surf Board honors this tradition with its construction. Made by covering a recycled foam core with a veneer of recycled skateboard decks, each board has a unique look all its own, and is made custom to your preferences. Available in several shapes and styles, each with a coating of bio-based resin for protection.
FIRST SEEN IN UNCRATE MAGAZINE — Drawing on the legacy of René Lacoste, who invented the polo shirt, tennis-ball-machine, and the metal racket, the Lacoste LT12 Tennis Racket is handmade by a craftsman in Albertville, France, from a combination of three types of wood and graphite. Limited to 650 pieces.
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