If you're serious about skiing, you know how important the right pair of skis is for your next trip down a Black Diamond slope. Wagner Custom Skis are made to line up with your exact skiing needs, using an algorithm that takes into account height, weight, and ski preferences from a consultation. They take that information and choose the best materials to produce your skis, which typically are finished in two to three weeks. Then, they use a design-and-build process that blends 21st-century technology with old-world craftsmanship. The result is the best pair of skis you've ever had, with improved balance, comfort, control, power, and efficiency.
One of Nike's most iconic silhouettes comes to the course for the first time with the Air Jordan 1 Golf Shoe. The waterproof leather and textile upper performs in less than ideal conditions, and six rubber and TPU spikes combine with a Free-inspired flexible outsole to ensure stable footing on any surface. Available in two classic colorways.
When Nike announced it was no longer making golf clubs, one of the first questions people had concerned what Tiger Woods would use instead. Now we have our answer. Starting this week, Tiger will join thousands of golfers around the world by adding the #1 selling TaylorMade M2 Driver to his bag. The 2017 model offers several improvements over last year's, including a Geocoustic design that has a sunken sole made from 9-1-1 Titanium. The move freed up extra volume, which was then used to make the head and face larger, making the club look and feel more forgiving. The design also results in a fantastic sound, and the newly-designed, more flexible Speed Pocket ensures performance, whether you're a 14-time major winner or an occasional winner of your weekly skins game.
Rolling a ball with your hand is generally more accurate than hitting it with a board. It's a simple observation, but one that the Odyssey O-Works Microhinge Putter applies to golf for the first time. Its special insert is covered with tiny hinges that flex and rebound independently, sending the ball on a smooth roll just like an army of tiny hands. Behind it sits a layer of soft thermoplastic elastomer for outstanding feel, and the bottom is home to two weights that help keep your stroke on line. Available in four blade models, as well as four mallets.
Long name, long drives. The Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver is the company's newest flagship, using clever technology to improve performance. During impact, a typical wood's crown bulges upwards while the sole moves downwards. The Epic and its Tour-ready Epic Sub Zero counterpart use a pair of parallel bars — dubbed Jailbreak Technology — to keep these pieces from flexing, instead transferring that energy to the face for faster ball speeds, added distance, and lower scores.