In 2013, Mercedes held a golf cart design contest. The lead designer of high-end cart maker Garia saw it — and won. The result is the Garia Mercedes-Benz Style Golf Cart. This sleek course cruiser doesn't have the Tri-Star on its grille, but the Mercedes influence is undeniable. From the futuristic curves to the attention paid to the headlights, it's as much a car as it is a cart. There's a fridge underneath the seats to keep drinks cold, a Bluetooth sound system, and a touchscreen that shows everything from current battery life and speed to the layout of the course and your scorecard. Capable of hitting speeds of 19 mph with a range of nearly 50 miles, it's also road-legal, so depending on how close you live, it can get you not only around the course, but to and from it, as well. Hitting a fairway near you in 2017.
Swimmers spend a lot of time with their arms stretched out in front of them. So it's rather amazing that the Roka Maverick X Wetsuit is the world's first to be designed for arms-up use, freeing you from the restriction in the catch phase of your stroke. Described as the "fastest wetsuit ever built", the majority of it is crafted from nano-coated neoprene, while the forearms are made from Italian stretch woven textile to increase feel. The suit's buoyancy is designed to keep you in the optimal freestyle position, enhancing your technique and power while reducing drag. Finally, the independent neck panel helps to create a better seal while increasing comfort.
As long as you're okay with repeatedly punch the company's logos like they owe you money, the Everlast x Supreme Heavy Bag looks like a fashionable way to add some punch to your workouts. The bag itself weighs 70 lbs, and is clad in red leather, with a large Supreme logo on either side, Everlast marks above those, and the cheeky "Lights Out" script at the bottom.
It's important that your golf shoes are comfortable. Depending on your tastes, it's also important they look good. But arguably their most important function is to provide a rock-solid base for your swing. To help with this, the Nike Flyknit Elite Golf Shoe uses Articulated Integrated Traction technology, an all-new traction system with a series of ridges that help propel you through your swing while keeping your foot low to the ground. This revolutionary stability system is combined with a Lunarlon midsole for comfort, the first Flyknit upper ever developed specifically for golf, giving it a lock-down fit, and a mid-height collar to help prevent grass, dirt, or sand from getting inside your shoe. Available in two bold colorways.
Treat dear old dad to a day on the lawn with the Shinola Bocce Ball Set. Created in collaboration with St. Pierre, a family-run business that's been making horseshoes and other high quality leisure goods for nearly a century, this tournament-grade bocce set is crafted from thermoset resin for proper heft, balance, and roundness. Each ball is laser engraved and comes in the Shinola brand colors of cream and black, with a bright orange jack ball. The set is housed in a matte black pinewood case to keep this new Father's Day tradition intact for years to come.
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Table tennis is a lot of fun. Unfortunately, it's not fun to get beat all the time, and it's very hard to improve without someone else to hit the ball back to you. The Trainerbot Ping Pong Robot wants to change that. This robotic playing partner lets you adjust the incoming ball's spin, direction, and trajectory right from your phone, with a speed control to match your comfort level and the ability to hit anywhere on the table. You can program up to 30 shots in a row, letting you simulate something closer to a real match, and since it's roughly a foot tall and weighs under 3 pounds, it's easy to pack along to wherever your favorite table might be.