They might not be the most visible things you wear, but when you have a new pair of underwear and socks on, you feel better and more confident. The world's first matching sock and underwear company, Related Garments, has just what you need to impress your significant other. They make simple, coordinated, comfortable options that look great and feel even better. Each set comes with casual sock no-shows along with a matching boxer brief. So instead of just grabbing whatever is clean — or looks clean — consider a more organized approach to your undergarments with Related Garments.
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So you want a website. Maybe you need a domain, or just a design. Maybe you've got a client who wants more for his home than a generic listing on Zillow. Squarespace has all three covered. Their domain service includes privacy, a flat yearly rate, and a handsome parking page until you're ready to launch. Their designs are top-tier, image-rich, and move from desktop to mobile with ease, making it easy to highlight any property with great photographs and even fly-through or outdoor aerial videos. All accessible from an interface even a luddite would love.
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The Treadwall ($TBA) is exactly what it sounds like — a treadmill for wall climbing. The standalone device offers auto-stop technology for self-paced climbing, adjustable angles and holds to diversify the experience, a Polar heart-rate monitor, and built-in safety — since you're never more than a few feet from the floor, you simply hop off when you're finished. American Gladiators, here we come. [Thanks, Jeff]
Enjoy a new seaside activity with the Waboba Ball ($10). Made from a mix of polyurethanes with a Lycra coating, the ball both bounces and floats on water, crucial properties for the ball's game, in which two teams of three attempt to bounce the ball off the water to their teammates without having the pass intercepted. Sure, it's not the most intricate game, but simplicity is nice when you're trying to play a drunken game without getting sucked out to sea by a rip current.