We're certainly no experts when it comes to winter sports, but we do know one thing — these are some seriously cool goggles. The Anon Realm Goggles ($160) feature de-centered spherical lens technology and an interchangeable air mesh ventilation system, which amplifies your field of vision and lets you control your ventilation levels. They come in several different styles and colors, but we're big fans of the Black Leather/Gold Snake combo shown here. Hit the slopes in style.
Even if you sometimes need help opening the pickle jar, this new gear from Gold's Gym is still definitely worth a look. We got our hands on their Track Jacket ($40) and matching Track Pant ($35) and were really impressed with the quality and fit. Made of 100% Polyester Brushed Tricot, the jacket sports a full-zip front, zip pockets, a "Joe" logo on the left chest and "Gold's Gym" in script embroidery on the back of the right sleeve. We also got a Gold's Gym Burnout Tee ($30), which is just about the softest T-Shirt our feeble bodies have ever touched. It's been put through an extreme weathering process that put its on the verge of disintegration and gives it an authentic vintage look.
Keeping your golf game sharp during the winter months can be easier said than done, at least in colder areas. Now with the Golf Launchpad USB Golf Simulator ($250), you can get in practice on matter where you live. The USB accessory hooks into Tiger Woods PGA Tour from EA Sports, allowing you to play on some of the world's best courses with your own clubs. It works with PCs or Mac (a PS2 adapter is also available), but unfortunately doesn't guarantee to fix your slice in time for Spring. [Thanks, Larry]