For all of Ping's drivers — and they do make some great ones — there's been a noticeable hole in their lineup: an adjustable model. The Ping Anser Adjustable Driver ($440) fills this gap, offering a low-spin, 460cc head crafted from Ti 8-1-1 — a light, low-density alloy with a matte black finish — and the ability to add or subtract half a degree of loft using the adjustable hosel. Available with your choice of four high-performance shafts.
Sure, a lot of the team might get wiped out in the movie — we know you watched the trailers, so it's not like we're spoiling anything — but that doesn't mean you can't show your Dark Knight spirit by sporting some Gotham Rogues Under Armour Gear ($30-$300). For a fictional squad, they've got some swank getup, including adjustable caps, tees, hoodies, varsity jackets, and, yes, a jersey, complete with field-ready embroidered numbers, stretch side panels and shoulders, and the signature moisture transport system to wick sweat away from your body, lest the action scenes turn you into a cola- and grease-soaked mess tomorrow at the midnight showing.
Ask any car designer and they'll tell you that less weight typically equals more speed — so when you hear that the Nike GS Soccer Boot ($300) is the company's lightest ever, it's worth taking notice. Constructed using renewable and recycled materials — including a sole plate crafted from 50% bean-based Pebax Renu and 50% TPU — it also features a solvent-free Kanga-Lite synthetic upper for greater feel and control, a chemical-free sock liner, and a Pebax Renu heel counter — making it not just the lightest boot Nike's made, but the most eco-friendly, as well.