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Coach Heritage Baseball Bats & Gloves

They're obviously not the first company you'd think of when it comes to sporting goods, but given their reputation for rugged, quality leather goods, we suppose these Coach Heritage Baseball Bats & Gloves ($250-$350) make sense. The bats are made from American maple, dip-dyed by hand and wrapped with artisanal leather at the handle, while the gloves are crafted by hand in the USA using Coach's colorblocked glove-tanned leather. Crafted in collaboration with Warstic Wood Bat Co. and Insignia Athletics, respectively, these goods are available in a variety of colorways — but remember, they're limited edition, so if you're looking for a specific color, you'd better move quickly.

  • Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder

    Unless you're playing the same course over, and over, and over — and where's the fun in that? — odds are you could use some help making sure you've got just the right club for your next shot. The Bushnell Tour V3 Rangefinder ($300) can certainly provide some. Featuring a one-hand-friendly design and 5x magnification, it uses the company's Pin Seeker and Jolt technologies to can find targets as close as 10 yards or as far away as 1,000, and can give you flag positions up to 300 yards away within a single yard of accuracy. It's also legal for tournament play, so you won't have to worry about having to give it up when you need it the most.

  • Nexersys Boxing System

    Boxing and MMA training is one of the best workouts you can get — but not everyone has the time and/or fortitude to head to the local gym. The Nexersys Boxing System ($3,000-$7,000) lets you get all the benefits of a personal trainer without the face-to-face interaction, thanks to a integrated monitor and seven strike pads with accelerometers to measure your performance. The home unit offers a 19" screen and a base that should be stable for most normal folk, while the Pro version features a 21" monitor and a base that's built for more extreme — think Anderson Silva — use.