Let's see: it's the world professional standard, it's not too big, and it costs less than a nice Blu-ray. As such, there's no reason not to own a Discraft Ultra-Star 175 Ultimate Frisbee ($6-$18). Introduced in 1981, the Ultra-Star 175 has since become the official disc of the USA Ultimate Championship Series, thanks to it contoured grip, great aerodynamics, and consistent performance.
The days of boring golf shoes are apparently over. Looking like something more suited to the hardwood than the green, these Puma Cell Fusion 2 Golf Shoes ($145) pack an impressive amount of tech into their vibrant orange — or, for you party-poopers, black and silver — bodies, including forefoot and heel iCell technology for maximum comfort and stability, a TPU outsole with Smart Quills and teeth for a secure grip, a treated footbed to fight off heat and general stinkiness, and a waterproof microfiber synthetic leather upper with welded quarter panels in the saddle and heel area. Just choose your accompanying attire wisely — we're not sure they go so well with plaid pants.
"Playing pool inside a pool? That's just silly." That may be, but that's also exactly what the Waterproof Pool Table ($6,500) was designed for. Custom built and installed in any outdoor location you want — in or out of the pool — it lets you apply your hustling skills to your opponents outside of the traditionally smokey, biker-filled environment.