Multi-tools are a staple of nearly every EDC kit. They also take up room in your pockets. The Leatherman Tread Wearable Multi-Tool moves the tools — and the ensuing bulge — from your pants to your wrist. Made from high-strength 17-4 stainless steel, it features multiple individual links that perform two or three jobs each, giving you a total of 25 tools including drivers, a cutting hook, box wrenches, a glass breaker, and the obligatory bottle opener. Available with a natural silver or black DLC finish.
Before the ump yells "Play Ball," every major league baseball has to be de-slicked with Lena Blackburne Baseball Rubbing Mud ($20). This famous New Jersey mud has been used by pro teams for nearly three quarters of a century, breaking in balls and dulling their shine like no on-field muck could. [Thanks, Chris]
Want the ability to really shape your shots out on the course? Try the new Taylor Made r7 Limited Driver ($500; September 2008). This successor to the immensely popular r7 SuperQuad offers 35 yards of side-to-side trajectory change, using movable weights of 16 grams, 1 gram, and 1 gram. A longer head give the r7 Limited a deeper center of gravity, making launch easier, and is paired with a new high-performance graphite shaft to reduce twisting.