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Garmin Approach S3

We've seen several GPS-enabled golfing assistants, but the trouble with those is often simply remembering to bring them along. The Garmin Approach S3 ($350) alleviates this problem by taking the form of a touchscreen GPS watch, giving you handy access to data for over 27,000 courses worldwide — including distances to doglegs, layup points, and pins — a rugged, waterproof body, and a "digital caddy" to keep track of your strokes.

  • Dual Snowboards

    You'd think that with a name like that, Dual Snowboards ($265) would be something akin to a snowboard cut in half. And you'd be right. These unique fiberglass and poplar boards come in sets of two, attaching to each foot independently, allowing you to perform a myriad of tricks — including basically anything you can do on a traditional snowboard — all while having the freedom to walk and maneuver like a normal human.

  • Subwing

    And you thought water skiing was cool. How about using that boat to drag you under the water instead? The Subwing promises exactly that. Available in fiberglass, glossy carbon fiber, and matte carbon fiber models, the Subwing is actually two wings connected to a detachable center swivel, with rubber grip pads on each wing, a rear rubber triangle for one-handed use, and ropes that attach to the wings. All you need now is a diving mask — and a boat, of course. [Scouted by Chris]