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Oakley Airwave Goggle

Who needs touch-friendly gloves when you can wear the Oakley Airwave Goggle (£500; roughly $800). Apart from sporting Oakley's best goggle technologies, the Airwave also features GPS and Bluetooth to let you record and view speed, jump analytics, and other stats, and connects to you iPhone via an app to control your music, view text messages, and manage incoming calls. All of which lets you keep your phone where it belongs: in your pocket.

  • ZEAL iON HD Camera Goggle

    Why strap a camera to your head when you can simply wear it instead? The ZEAL iON HD Camera Goggle ($400) puts an eight-megapixel sensor and a 170-degree wide angle lens right between your eyes, capturing 1080p video or full-quality stills directly from your point of view — and letting you review your shots via an in-goggle viewfinder. They still have to work as actual goggles, and they don't disappoint there, either, with a high-density, anti-fog infused Optimum lens, impact resistant frame, and dual strap adjustments.

  • Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Plus 2012

    Upgrade your game by picking up a Babolat Pure Drive Roddick Plus 2012 ($160). The same model being used by Andy Roddick to storm this month's US Open, the Pure Drive Plus features embedded graphite and tungsten for a crisp response and added stability, the Woofer system to cushion ball impact on your strings, Active Cortex vibration dampening technology, and 100 square-inch head that provides an ample sweet spot.