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Nike Vapor 360 Baseball Glove

One of the subtle joys pains of buying a new baseball glove has always been trying to break it in, but with the Nike Vapor 360 Baseball Glove, there's no need for any of that. Thanks to an engineered perforated pattern on the leather palm, the glove is ready to use out of the box. Other features include a Flywire lacing system with tunable inserts for a customized fit, TrueAdapt heel construction that eliminates unnecessary layers, and soft Poron foam to enhance breathability and comfort. Oh, and it does look too shabby, either.

  • Frescobol Carioca Beach Bats

    Created on Ipanema Beach, Frescobol is an ideal way to pass some time in the sand. It has no scoring system, with the only point being to hit the ball back and forth — getting you some exercise without the potential for hyper-competitive blunders. These Frescobol Carioca Beach Bats are an ideal way to get into the game. Handcrafted in Brazil from carefully selected off-cuts of wood, each bat has its own look and feel, and is finished with a colorful neoprene grip and a special surfboard resin coating. Even better, they're sold in sets of two, so you don't have to worry if your playing partner didn't bring theirs.

  • Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Tennis Racket

    Tennis followers know that Roger Federer has been seen playing with a mystery racket this year — and now we know why. The Wilson Pro Staff RF97 Autograph Tennis Racket is the 17-time Grand Slam champ's new signature tool, developed over three years in a close collaboration between Federer and Wilson. Features include a 97-inch head that provides outstanding feel, a 26-percent wider racket beam for more power, a 10 percent larger sweet spot, and a matte black finish. Still not sold? Well, consider this: the RF97 will be Wilson's first Autograph racket in 30 years, and the last one, the Jack Kramer, was the best-selling racket in history.