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Snap Skateboard

Tired of wearing funky backpacks or otherwise lugging your lengthy board around? The Snap Skateboard ($120) has you covered. Made from three separate pieces of high-grade aluminum, the Snap's deck folds up via patented hinges to go from 32 inches to 14 inches for maximum portability, snaps together using high-strength steel support pins, and sports regular griptape. In addition, the bearings, wheels and trucks can all be easily removed and replaced with standard skateboard parts, so you can make it your own should the monotone look not rock your boat.

  • Ross F1 Fly Reel

    The timeless sport of fly fishing is about to get a high-tech slap in the face with the Ross F1 Fly Reel ($445-$625). This revolutionary reel uses copious amounts of carbon fiber in the drag system, spool stabilizer, handle, and spool release for increased rigidity as well as decreased weight, and also features a Ross original clutch bearing, ten separate o-rings to seal out water, and your choice of black, silver, or guide finishes.

  • Rogue Bearing Speed Rope

    Doing a little speed rope is a great addition to any workout routine, but the design of traditional ropes can end up draining the "speed" out of the equation. The Rogue Bearing Speed Rope ($22) overcomes this limitation by using four cartridge ball bearings per rope to allow for unmatched speed, while the coated cable adds speed, and the six-inch rotating handles make sure you can find a grip to fit your form. [Scouted by Adam]