Burton Love Snowboards

Burton Love Snowboards

Centerfolds meet extreme sports on the Burton Love Snowboards ($430). Each Love board features a different babe minus all that unnecessary clothing, making each just as enjoyable parked in a corner as it is on the slopes. Features include a Park Fly II Core, Park Edges with Rail Ready Tuning, a mid wide shape, and twin tips. Love, indeed. [via]

  • TaylorMade r7 Limited Driver

    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.

  • Swany G.Cell Glove

    If you spend more time on the slopes than off, maybe you should consider ditching your current cell for the Swany G.Cell Glove ($500). These first-of-their-kind gloves house a Bluetooth-capable cell phone with controls built into the back of the hand, a speaker and microphone built into the palm and thumb, and a vibrating wrist for incoming call notification. Just don't be surprised if you get some odd looks as you talk into your hand. [via]

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