We're not 100% convinced that shaving an ounce or two off your feet is going to make a difference in your performance, but if you're willing to give it a try, these Adidas F50 AdiZero Prime Soccer Cleats ($300) should do the trick. Weighing only 5.1 ounces, these boots are the lightest on the market and feature a single-layer synthetic upper for increased feel and reduced weight, internal support bands and bottom frame made from TPU, two sockliners, and a Traxion outsole for grip and comfort.
For years, golf ball innovation has revolved around changing the number and type of materials wrapped around the solid rubber core, or else modifying the dimple patterns on the outside of the sphere. Apparently the folks at Nike weren't happy with this snail-like pace of progress, and went back to the drawing board for their Nike 20XI Golf Balls ($45). Built around a revolutionary resin core, the 20XI offers greater speed, better perimeter weighting, a higher MOI for reduced driver spin, softer cover materials for a steeper spin slope and more spin off the wedge, and all-around world-beating performance. [Thanks, Edwin]
Whether you're walking or riding, Ogio UltraLite Golf Bags ($160-$220) can save you — and your back — some trouble. Using high tensile and lightweight materials, this new line of bags ranges from 3.3 pounds for the lightest carry bag to under five pounds for the largest cart bags, with plenty of pockets for keeping gear at the ready, the O-Shox Suspension Strap System with AFS-Air Flow ventilated straps for maximum comfort, a Diamond UltraLite Performance Top with 14 individual slots on the cart bags for maximum separation and protection of clubs, and plenty of other handy features to make your day at the links as enjoyable as possible.