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Shoeless Joe Golden Era Baseball Gloves

You don't have to mow down your cornfields to get a little bit closer to a baseball legend, you just need one of these Shoeless Joe Golden Era Baseball Gloves ($140). Even though he was banned from the game for his questionable involvement in the Black Sox Scandal at the height of his talent in 1920, Joe Jackson still went down in history as one of the greats. These reproduction baseball gloves (hand cut and sewn from original patterns and components) let you feel what it was like to field a pop fly in the early days of the game — best yet, you can actually play with them.

  • Trace Action Sport Monitor

    If you've always wanted a way to track, measure, and share everything you do on your skateboard, surfboard, or snowboard, look no further than the Trace Action Sport Monitor ($150). It uses a combination of GPS and inertial sensors to record tricks, map out runs, and provide tons of useful data that you can share with the included sport-specific apps for iOS or Android. This hockey-puck-like device is about the size of a peanut butter cup, and attaches to your board of choice with a rugged mount — it's also durable and waterproof, so it will stand up just about anything.

  • TaylorMade SLDR Driver

    Add some serious distance to your drive with their longest driver ever, the TaylorMade SLDR Driver ($400). A low, forward center of gravity helps you hit straighter, longer, faster drives, and is fully adjustable thanks to a 20-gram sliding weight on the sole. Simply loosen the screw, slide the weight, and tighten the screw again — shifting the center of gravity horizontally towards your heel helps promote a draw, while shifting it towards your toe promotes a fade. All of this can be done in just seconds, so you can get right back to your game.