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Under Armour FTHR Shield TRC Storm Trail Running Shoes

They're not the most traditional-looking shoes around, but when you're confidently making your way along the trail, you're not going to mind. These Under Armour FTHR Shield TRC Storm Trail Running Shoes ($120) are designed to give you complete stability even when you're running your hardest, thanks to features like mountain bike-inspired micro-lugs, CompFit ankle construction for a lock-down fit, MicroG cushioning to help keep you comfortable over rough terrain, and P2i technology in the upper that works to keep your feet dry while allowing them to breathe.

  • Game Golf

    One of the biggest problems amateur golfers have when trying to improve is a lack of accurate performance data. Game Golf aims to fix that. This Yves Behar-designed set includes a device that you clip to your waist that offers GPS, NFC, compass, accelerometer, and a gyrometer, and a set of club tags, one for each club in your bag. When you hit the course, simply tap the club tag against the device and go — the system will do the rest, recording every club used, swing made, yard covered, scoring, number of putts, greens in regulation, driving accuracy, and more, all of which gets loaded onto your smartphone or computer and into a social app that lets you analyze your own performance and compare it against both your friends and some of the best golfers in the world.

  • District Skateboards

    Skateboards don't need outlandish graphics or big logos to be cool. Take District Skateboards ($120-$215) for example. Handmade in downtown L.A., each of their boards features a custom shape that's been tested and honed by the craftsmen themselves, is made using the most eco-friendly processes available, and boasts a handmade reclaimed barn wood veneer and maple core. Just don't order one to act as a cool display piece for your living space — as the company founders say, they're made for riding.