The best Valentine's Days end with an extended stay in bed. Make sure yours is ready for action with Sheex. This high-end bedding combines unmatched softness with sport apparel-like capabilities to keep you comfortable no matter how much things heat up. The secret is the company's breathable performance fabrics, which wick moisture away to keep you dry while letting out the heat that leads to wetness in the first place. They also stretch in four directions, satisfying even the rowdiest sleepers, and retain a slight sheen that makes them even more inviting. Available in a rainbow of colors.
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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.